Configure the Powershell execution command Use the input variables you created to configure the command that Orchestration executes on the Windows target machine. Before you beginCreate the input variables you need in the Inputs form before you can advance to the Execution Command stage.Role required: activity_creator, adminNote: You can test the Powershell connection between the MID Server and the target computer without having to run the acvitity in a workflow context. For details, see Test Powershell activity template inputs. Procedure Drag variables from the list of inputs and drop them into command fields. The system formats the variable in the proper syntax for the command. Figure 1. Powershell execution command Complete the fields shown in the table. Table 1. Powershell command fields Field Description Input Input variable builder. Create variables to map to available fields. Target host Host name or IP address of the target server for this PowerShell activity. Script type Type of script to run on the PowerShell host. Available options are: Custom Powershell command MID Server script file MID Server script file MID Server script file to run. This field is available when the Script type selected is MID Server script file. Command Command that this activity runs on the target host. This field is available when the Script type selected is Custom Powershell command. You can drag and drop input variables from the variable builder into this field to create your command. Powershell variables Name-value pairs to pass to the host with Powershell. You can create these variables manually, or drag input variables into the Value field. Encrypted input variables retain their encryption, regardless of the data type settings in this field. If you type in a value and select the Encrypted data type, your value appears in plain text in this field and is only encrypted when it passes to the ECC Queue. Credential tag Specific credential tag this activity must use to run Powershell commands on the host. Required MID Server capabilities MID Server to use for querying Powershell, by capabilities. By default, the system selects a Powershell MID Server. Click Save. Click Continue to advance to the Outputs stage. Test Powershell activity template inputsYou can test the input parameters of a custom Powershell activity during its development without having to run the activity in a workflow context.