I think what was meant was that they wanted to insure that the
entire process associated with a command was complete before
allowing the next command to begin.
A PowerShell command like Invoke-Item or Start-Process
can begin activity that will overlap with the next command
unless some sort of check is available to stall the PowerShell
I can't readily tell from the original post how the user will
know when one patch is complete.
Maybe we need to see the PowerShell source code.
On 5/17/2010 10:26 AM, Justin Rich wrote:
> by default thats how ps and the command line work... it wont execute
> unless the previous is complete..
> "OlivierT" <OlivierT@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> Hi all,
>> Is it possible to execute command line by line ?
>> I need to execute the next line when the previous one is done. My
>> is to install patches but Windows Installer can execute only one
>> instance at
>> a time.
>> Thank you,