Powershell as plugin monitor script


Can I use powershell to create plugin monitor script?



Yes, you can run basic powershell scripts but you have to run it through a wrapper batch file.

Here is the example wrapper code:

@echo off

rem This will create the drive, path and filename variable (e.g "C:\Program Files (x86)\Traverse\plugin\monitors\filecheck\isfile.ps1")
SET script=%~d0%~p0%~n0.ps1
rem Without the echo command below stdin seems to be held open causing powershell not to terminate echo . | c:\windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted "& '%script%'" %* 2> c:\users\public\dump


Attached the same example wrapper code.

- Replace 'script' with the right script name.

For more information about custom plugin please review:

TCP connections plugin monitor



All versions of Traverse


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