PowerShell Script operation: remove script output
The PowerShell script operation always returns the entire script upon running.
In certain cases it is required to pass along extra sensitive information from OO to the operation.
In the case that the script fails, the operation returns the entire script with all variables resolved, including the sensitive ones, in plain text.
This is far from desirable, as the current options like setting the operation to concise or using the hidden input hideResults limit our capabilities of debugging the step in case of a failure.
So, please remove the script output or give the option to hide this output without hiding the other outputs. This will give us the means of returning/throwing a 'sanitized' error to OO.
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