Update: 22 June 2019 Windows Terminal Preview is now available in the Microsoft Store.
At Microsoft Build last week, one of the many announcements was a new Windows Terminal.
If you spend anytime as an IT Support Person/ DevOps type role and you checkout that second link above you’ll be mightily keen for this new Terminal.… keep reading
At Microsoft Build last week I was honoured to co-present the “Build apps that integrate, automate, and manage security operations” session on the Microsoft Security Graph with Preeti Krishna and Sarah Fender
The session was recorded and is available here
The PowerPoint presentation itself is here BUILD19_SecurityDeveloperPlatform
I provided a demo of my Microsoft U.S.E.R (User Security Evaluation Reporter) Application that leverages the Microsoft Security Graph amongst others.… keep reading
Today (27 April 2019) is Global Azure Bootcamp day. It is the 6th year for the free event that is run in communities all over the world to teach Azure Cloud technologies. This year is my second. Last year I presented on Creating the Internet of YOUR Things and today I’m presenting Building Apps in Azure with only Scripting Skills.… keep reading
Infrastructure-as-a-Service has provided the ability to quickly deploy hosts in Cloud environments such as Azure. However the certificate that comes with the host isn’t ready for Web Services. I hadn’t had to do this for quite some time and it came to my realisation again that whilst there are a few guides available they are for different scenarios than what I require.… keep reading
Today I was configuring an Integration Module for SailPoint IdentityNow. As part of that integration I needed the ID of an IdentityNow Virtual Appliance Cluster. It seemed I hadn’t previously documented doing this and I couldn’t find my previous script. So here’s a quick post for the next time I need to get info about the SailPoint Identity Now Virtual Appliance Clusters in my environment.… keep reading
Last week I wrote this post that detailed how to use the Azure Table Storage output binding in an Azure PowerShell Function. As part of the same solution I’m working on, I also need to get data/events into Power BI for reporting dashboards.… keep reading
Recently I wrote this post on using PowerShell to bulk load data into Azure Table Service. Whilst this method works great it does rely on the AzureRM PowerShell module to provide the ability to batch ingest data into Azure Table Service.… keep reading
This post is more a note-to-self for future me in case I’m in this scenario again. Today I encountered the error Attempted to access an unloaded AppDomain.
I have a custom Forefront/Microsoft Identity Manager Management Agent that requires multiple credentials for the Web Service it is integrating with.… keep reading
Over the last year I’ve been utilising Docker more and more. Today I needed to fire up an old virtual machine that I use a couple of times a year. The VM is in VirtualBox. It wouldn’t start. The error was;
Raw-mode is unavailable courtesy of Hyper-V.
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Recently the Beta of the AutoRest for PowerShell Generator has been made available. At the recent Microsoft MVP Summit in Seattle Garrett Serack gave those that were interested a 1 hr corridor session on getting started with AutoRest for PowerShell.
AutoRest is a tool that generates client libraries for accessing RESTful web services.… keep reading