Using Add-Type in a PowerShell script that is run as a Scheduled Task

I like using objects in PowerShell, they make management and scripting easier as your are dealing with named sets of information and not having to find objects in numbered arrays or use dictionaries. That means however that a lot of my scripts start off with a block that looks a little like this:

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IISCrypto – Making SSL/TLS Configuration Easier

Following the recent Poodle vulnerability, and the general best practice that you should always use the most secure protocols available, I have been spending some time reconfiguring servers. Setting the order of ciphers, and enabling Forward Secrecy in Windows requires editing the registry – a lot. This is susceptible to errors, as the process is
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