PowerShell service Script has wrong characters

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DanielLeber
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PowerShell service Script has wrong characters

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Product, version and build: 5.7.174
32 or 64 bit version of product: 64-bit
Operating system: W10
32 or 64 bit OS: 64bit

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As you can see, the default "Powershell Service Script" template has a wrong character
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mxtrinidad
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Re: PowerShell service Script has wrong characters

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Thanks for reporting the issue. Our team will be investigating and getting back soon.

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brittneyr
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Re: PowerShell service Script has wrong characters

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I have been able to reproduce this issue and have corrected the issue in the template. This fix will be released with the next build of PowerShell Studio.
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