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Problem: From the CMD or Batchfile, calling powershell and starting a process from a different drive or the -FilePath is failing.

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You need to quote the path to your executable:

powershell -Command "& { Start-Process -FilePath 'E:\Trunk Monkey\Utilities\SkypePortable\SkypePortable.exe' }"
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  • Excellent. While this was intended to be a KB type question, you provided an answer to my example question. Thanks! – semtex41 Dec 5 '14 at 17:56
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Solution: Use the following syntax, with Single Quotes Only (double quotes do not work)-

powershell start-process -FilePath 'E:\Trunk Monkey\Utilities\SkypePortable\SkypePortable.exe'

Details: I was having no luck with other parameters, to include...

powershell -Command "& {}

as listed here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh847736.aspx

Hopes this helps.

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