In October last year I authored this post that provided a getting started guide to using MSAL with PowerShell. That post also hinted at future posts expanding on additional functionality. Finally, I’m delivering on that with this post that will dive into using MSAL with PowerShell and delegated permissions.… keep reading
Previously in this post I detailed getting started with Local PowerShell Jupyter Notebooks. In this post I show how to take an existing Docker Community Reference CSharp Jupyter Stack Container Image and update it for Dot Net Interactive and PowerShell to enable containerized Docker PowerShell Jupyter Notebook.… keep reading
I’ve just published v1.1.0 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module to both GitHub and the PowerShell Gallery. Release 1.1.0 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module is the result of considerable effort by myself and Sean McGovern. Release 1.1.0 is a major update comprising updates to all of the cmdlets, at least 5 new cmdlets, bug-fixes, documentation updates and removal of a cmdlet due to a deprecated API.… keep reading
2020 was already an apocalyptic year here in Australia with epic drought and then much of the country on fire. Now with COVID-19 tightening its grip on the world, our socializing has moved online. Video social catchups are great, but during one of our catchups with friends we wondered if it was possible to play virtual Cards Against Humanity.… keep reading
Update 10 July 2020: See this post for how to run PowerShell Jupyter Notebook locally in a Docker Container or online using Binder. This post details how to run Local PowerShell Jupyter Notebook on Windows.
I write a lot of articles on Azure services such as Azure Functions, Microsoft Graph, and Azure Cognitive Services. Almost every post has a screenshot of the Azure Portal that needs some of the data to be obfuscated. It turns out I’ve been doing that all wrong with my manual efforts to mask Azure Portal Content.… keep reading
Azure AD Registered Applications are the Azure AD version of Active Directory Service Accounts. Over time, the number of them grow and grow, each having permissions to consume information from Azure AD and or Microsoft Graph. As an Administrator of Azure AD there is maintenance associated with these Registered Applications, namely credential validity and more important application validity.… keep reading