When configuring a PCM command, an error is being returned; the text of the error indicates that the executable can not be found:
The system cannot find the file specified. This initial program cannot be started: my_example.exe
The executable name has been entered, and the 'Working Folder' is the location of the executable.
Testing outside of TPAM using only MSTSC and the "Programs Tab" may be helpful.
If a program is in a location referenced by the PATH environment variable (such as "notepad.exe") then the "Command Text" field can be populated with only "notepad.exe" (for example) rather than the full path to the executable, such as "C:\windows\system32\notepad.exe".
If the executable is not in a location referenced by the PATH variable, then the "Command Text" must point to the executable including the full path such as this example:
c:\Program Files (x86)\my example program\bin\my_example.exe
The "Working Folder" may not be important; this will depend on the executable being called and the configuration that is required in this instance.