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|Task Icon||Task Description|
|The PowerShell Task is a control flow component that executes a user-entered PowerShell script. Use the PowerShell Task to run PowerShell scripts directly in your SSIS package.|
|Command Window||Enter the PowerShell command you want to execute.|
Note: Variable replacements can be used with the following syntax: <@User::VariableName>
|Object Variable To Save Execution Results To||Select the Object Variable used to save your task execution results.|
Note: You can only select this option if your object is a datatype.
|Test Script||Select Test Script to display the Execution Output and Results Object Explorer data for the entered script.|
|Execution Output||Displays any execution messages associated with your PowerShell script (error messages, warnings, etc.).|
|Results Object Explorer||Displays the sample results of your PowerShell script.|
Additional Information: For information about using PowerShell Commands in SSIS, see the PowerShell MSDN documentation.