gpg.exe --verify file.txt.sig

I need to verify a bunch of files using a powershel script. My problem is that i cant get the output into a variable and not even to a file.
I have been able to capture the output in a VB script but i now need more functionality so im rewriting everything in powershell.

PLease help this is driving me insane…


I got an answer to this question on the following forum: Sunbelt Software - NTSYSADMIN.

and search for “GnuPG gpg logging activity in batch mode”. There’s a description on how to get the output into a file.