Add an executable file as a custom event
An EXE file is an executable program you can run in Microsoft Windows. It's made up of a coded set of instructions that the computer can start right away when the file icon is clicked on.
The binary machine code in the EXE communicates directly with the computer, instructing the central processing unit on how to run a program. The processor then commands the computer's hardware what to do.
Add an EXE file as an event
It is possible to create an event based on an EXE file you created. Depending on your script, the EXE file can or can not accept command line arguments.
This event is equivalent to running the sample.exe param1 param2 prior or post-build time depending on how you created the event.
In case your script doesn't require command line arguments leave the "Arguments" field blank.