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Unblock the Chilkat .NET Assembly for use in Powershell

If you get the following error, it means Powershell by default does not trust a DLL (.Net assembly) downloaded from the Internet

Add-Type : Could not load file or assembly 'file:///C:\someDir\ChilkatDotNet46.dll' or one of its dependencies.
Operation is not supported. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131515)

Solution:

You can do one of two things:

  1. Unblock the content. Here's a guide with some elaboration on the problem, but essentially you just need to right-click on the downloaded file, select Properties, and click 'Unblock' in the general tab. You can unblock content directly from powershell by using the Unblock-File cmdlet.
  2. Change your execution policy. (This can also allow malicious scripts that you download to run).

Specifically reviewing and unblocking content you trust seems the better route, especially for your case since you seem like you would only be doing this once and you trust the package.

 

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