In my backup program I want to run a pre-backup command that does a backup of my sharepoint site collection. The pre-command runs fine. However, powershell stays in memory after the script is finished.
Because of that, my backup program does not know that it is finished, and will not continue. (If I kill powershell.exe with task manager, the backup continues).
I use the following command: C:\Windows\System32\Window
e -NoLogo -NonInteractive -File "C:\backupAllSiteCollectio
The scipt is this one: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Backup-all-collections-in-726514cb
If don't want to run the script with the task scheduler (which works fine for the script), because if I use my backup program, I can track errors in the script.
I also have tried as a pre-backup command: schtasks /Run /TN "task name". This does start the task, but does not wait for it to finish.
Does anyone know how I can start the script as a pre-backup command, so that when it is finished, powershell.exe is unloaded from memory (exits)?