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How to enable Crowdstrike to allow remote code execution through Jenkins pipeline

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Jenkins pipeline is configured to connect to remote powershell using PSSession command and then trigger a powershell script on the remote machine to start\stop application. Whenever we execute this pipeline, the machine freezes and gives a black screen. On checking we see it is Crowdstrike which is locking the boot volume file system. How can we enable Crowdstrike to allow the remote execution of powershell command

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When i am trying to execute a Jenkins pipeline to trigger a PowerShell script on a remote windows server, the windows VM freezes as the Crowdstrike agent (AV) running on it thinks it to be a malicious activity and thus locks the boot file system of the VM. Have anyone of you come across a similar scenario, if so then what was done to resolve the issue ? 

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