Orchestrator API Edit Process Schedule (trigger) with Powershell


@Remus_Rusanu please can you help me with a question around using Edit-UiPathProcessSchedule in Powershell. I am new to Powershell, but trying to work out.

I am currently using two methods in UiPath HTTP requests, one is a PUT request to amend the Schedule (trigger) where I specify the Cron expression and Cron details, and the second one is the POST method to enable the schedule.

I am trying to replicate this in a powershell script but I can only see the Edit-UiPathProcessSchedule module which accepts a List parameter, but I don’t know how to use it or what goes in there.

I’ve authenticated myself successfully in powershell, and got the Process schedule object using Get-UiPathProcessSchedule.md and that contains the Trigger ID and Release ID, and other info available

Please can you provide an example how I can change the cron expression and then enable the schedule (trigger) via powershell?

Many thanks

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