I seem to have a little trouble getting powershell to work from within TCC 21. Powershell itself works: D:\bin\btm> powershell get-help get-help NAME Get-Help SYNOPSIS Displays information about Windows PowerShell commands and concepts. [… remainder of output elided …] D:\bin\btm> ver /r TCC 21.00.27 x64 Windows 10 [Version 10.0.15063] TCC Build 27 Windows 10 Build 15063 Registered to FKL Regrettably, the owners of IPworks somehow have their fingers in this pie, too: D:\bin\btm> echo %@pshell[get-help get-help] [Error message is displayed, see attached screen shot] D:\bin\btm> pshell /s get-help get-help [Error message is displayed, see attached screen shot; then:] PSHELL: Could not find a valid license for Scripting Integrator 2016 (PowerShell) in this system. For more information, please visit www.nsoftware.com. This happens after a number of attempts that just report the error "PSHELL: The library file is missing or specified functions can't be found." Soon after the license error pops up, TCC becomes unstable and crashes. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Felix.