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.\script.ps1 does not work correct

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I have a batch file setup to write some mail statics to a csv file...pretty straight forward.

Scheduled Task->BatchFile->Script-CSV file to folder on the network....A little sorting in order to place the information in another format and done.

My problem is that when I get into the Exchange 2010 Management Shell and I go to the scripts directory and do a:

.\script.ps1

It just opens the script in notepad and doesn't execute. I just need that part to execute.

Any ideas why the '.\' isn't working for me?
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