Previously I’ve written about using MSAL and PowerShell with Application Permissions and Client Credentials and Certificate based authentication. Also with Delegated Permissions and Device Code flow authentication. The one I haven’t written a post on is performing interactive authentication to Microsoft Graph using MSAL with PowerShell and Delegated Permissions.… keep reading
Last week Yubico announced the general availability of their desktop .NET SDK for YubiKeys. I jumped over to their GitHub repo to check out what functionality the .NET SDK exposed. The good news is that the Personal Identity Verification (PIV) slots used for certificates are accessible.… keep reading
This is the accompanying blogpost for my SailPoint Navigate Developer presentation DevOps for SailPoint IdentityNow with PowerShell from August 19 2021. If you are registered you can go direct to the presentation with this link.
A summary of what I showed in the demonstration is below.… keep reading
I’ve recently upgraded to the latest Windows Terminal version (1.8.1521.0). Today after a well overdue restart of my computer, opening Windows Terminal with PowerShell configured as my default profile presented me with [error 0x800700c1 when launching `C:\Program Files\PowerShell\7\pwsh.exe’].
UPDATE 13 July 2021: v1.1.5 is now available with a few enhancements and bug fixes.
I’ve just published v1.1.4 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module to both GitHub and the PowerShell Gallery. Release 1.1.4 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module is the result of considerable effort by myself and Sean McGovern.… keep reading
Welcome to my PowerShell Snippets Vol 4. A collection of PowerShell commands for tasks that I don’t perform often and can’t recall easily from memory. Those ‘I know I’ve worked this out before’ type moments. Volume 1 is available here, Volume 2 is available here and Volume 3 is available here.… keep reading
We’ve all been there. You’ve been working on implementing a solution in Azure and you’ve finally finished building it. It’s all working, and it is time to hand it over to someone else to support. The adage of a picture is worth a thousand words has always stuck in my head, and I always start with a diagram.… keep reading
Last week Søren Granfeldt released the first update to his hugely popular Granfeldt FIM/MIM PowerShell Management in over 2 years. This post looks at the latest release and using the new Granfeldt FIM/MIM PowerShell Management Features.
The new features are:
- A new option to specify an auxiliary set of credentials that is passed to scripts.