Arguments before command


I want to create a new windows-powershell-based check.

If I create this command in director with a service, the order of the arguments are in the wrong order. The arguments are placed in the front of the powershell command.

Other commands that I created with services and arguments works fine!

I created it similiar to the old one…

Whats the problem, that the command to execute is build in wrong order?

the position field defines the order. you can also set it to 0

for example:
0 for command
1 for buyedLicenses

also the past tense of buy is bought

Thanks, that worked!

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