USing loop in powershell to run different .exe files at different locations.

Please check the below screenshot.

The first command in powershell is running fine, however I need to run the same command for 8 different .exe files. I have mentioned the paths where I need to run the command.

Assist if any idea how I can put those in a loop and run the script for all simultaneously.
myscript.PNG
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Aakash AggarwalAsked:
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ITguy565Commented:
@aakash It would be more helpful if you could paste your script content in code blocks rather than in a PNG format. This would make it faster to answer your question and not have to rewrite all the code.
ITguy565Commented:
You could try this :

 I am presenting the code untested.

$myscript =  "D:\script_run\mysql.xml"
$xml = [xml](get-content $myscript)
$EnvironmentCode = $xml.Synergetic.Parameters.EnvironmentCode
$SERVERNAME = $xml.$Envi.Synergetic.Parameters.SQLServerName
$LOGINUSERNAME = $xml.$Envi.Synergic.Parameters.LOGINUSERNAME
$LOGINPASSWORD = $xml.$Envi.Syergetic.Parameters.LOGINPASSWORD
$DBNAME = $xml.$Envi.Synergetic.Parameters.DBNAME

Function  invoke-script($Path){
        set-location $path
        & Synergetic.Application.CreateConfigCommandLine.exe /SERVERNAME = "$SERVERNAME" /LOGINUSERNAME = "$LOGINUSERNAME" /DBNAME = "$DBNAME" /CONSOLELOG=1

}

#invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\" 
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCore\OnlineApplication\BinConfig"
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCommunityPortal\BinConfig"
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCore\CoreAPI\BinConfig"
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCore\EventBooking\BinConfig"
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCore\OnlineApplication\BinConfig"
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCore\OnlineEnquiry\BinConfig"
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCore\SunAPI\BinConfig"
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\SynergeticCore\WebService\BinConfig"

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ITguy565Commented:
Changed the Code a little bit. I wasn't sure if you had an executable in "
invoke-script -Path "D:\InetPub\wwwroot\" 

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If you don't just remove the line or comment it out.

Please note: I typed all that freehand so there are probably some typo's
Aakash AggarwalAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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