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@max-arnold Your first comment using cmd.powershell with encode_cmd=True works. I fixed the issue with the 2nd comment in the cmd.powershell function by prepending $ProgressPreference='SilentlyContinue' to the command before it is encoded.
With cmd.run and cmd.run_all however, that is impossible as the command is being passed to the function already encoded. So, I added some documentation about the need to prepend $ProgressPreference='SilentlyContinue' to the command before you encode it if you want to remove the raw xml data in the return.
As a note, this seems to only affect older versions of powershell. I don't get the raw xml data with Powershell Core, so maybe they've addressed that issue there.
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