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Error when running PowerShell script in Task Scheduler

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When I run a Power Shell script in a Task Scheduler I get an error
"The PS1 file is dot digitally signed"

I have tried to use the command "-ExecutionPolicy Bypass" before the path to the PS1 file, in the action--> add arguments section.
Have also tried "-Scope Process -ExecutionPolicy Bypass" but still not working

does anybody have an idea to solve this problem?

/Jan Nielsen
System Admin

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