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Windows store apps have a few quirks, but can be dealt with. Powershell refers to windows store apps as AppxPackages, but a package can have more than one app inside it, so we also need to check the AppxManifest.xml file to get more information. First you'll need the package name, you can find it by dragging a shortcut to your desktop, then checking the ...


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You can invoke a UWP Application like this: explorer.exe shell:appsFolder\<PackageFamilyName>!<PackageName> If you run the following command in PowerShell: Get-AppxPackage | Select-Object PackageFamilyName, Name You'll get the PackageFamilyName and the PackageName returned. which you then can use in the command mentioned above. For example if ...


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With WinSCP scripting, you can use the following batch file with the synchronize command: @echo off "C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\WinSCP.com" ^ /log="C:\writable\path\to\log\WinSCP.log" /ini=nul ^ /command ^ "open sftp://user:password@example.com/ -hostkey=""ssh-rsa ...""" ^ "synchronize ...


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