This week as part of the SailPoint Developer Days 2023 conference the SailPoint Developer Relations team proudly announced the official SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell SDK. They also announced Typescript and Go, but I’m sure you’re here for PowerShell.
I was very proud to be included in the announcement with Jordan Violet the head of Developer Relations at SailPoint and then followed up by Philip Ellis who gave an overview of the SDKs.… keep reading
Yes, it is 2023 and you did read the title correctly. Searching LDIF Files with PowerShell. But why?
Something I learned a few decades ago in Identity Management is that when you go live with an identity solution that updates Active Directory, you will get blamed for changes you didn’t do.… keep reading
It’s not going to be a surprise that I’ve been working with Decentralized Identity over the last couple of years. A common thing I find myself doing is checking/debugging DID documents. Like many others I started with tools like the ION Network Explorer for the ION network and pasting in DID Web URLs into a browser.… keep reading
I’ve just published v1.1.6 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module to both GitHub and the PowerShell Gallery. Release 1.1.6 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module is the result of updates by Sean McGovern, Yannick Beot, David Minnelli and myself.… keep reading
In this post I detail a module I’ve just published that is another of those I’ve done this before, but how do I find it again moments. Converting from Windows and Unix timestamps with PowerShell. A number of the PowerShell Modules I’ve published do contain the Unix timestamp conversion, but I couldn’t find Windows timestamp conversion as a function that I know I’ve previously written.… keep reading
Approximately five years ago I rolled through a number of Identity and Access lifecycle management projects that used SAP SuccessFactors as the source of authority for user data. It isn’t uncommon to use a HRM solution to source identity data, but it is never a one way street.… keep reading
Today I was keen to try out some new ideas I wanted to explore in a Jupyter Notebook. I hadn’t used that environment for about six months so thought I’d grab the latest version of dotnet interactive before I started. Looking back at a previous post on updating dotnet interactive I jumped straight to dotnet tool search dotnet-interactive to find the latest version.… keep reading
This blog uses WordPress. Why WordPress? Well, it was the most prevalent platform when I started this blog back in 2016 and it was more powerful and extensible than Blogger which I had used previously. Anyway, that’s rather irrelevant for this post which about accessing WordPress APIs with PowerShell.… keep reading
I’ve authored numerous posts on using the Microsoft Authentication Libraries to connect to Microsoft Graph using PowerShell and Python. They cover using both public and confidential client methods. But what about a method that can be either? In this post I show how to use the Authorization Code with PKCE Flow and PowerShell to authenticate and authorize against Azure Active Directory for Microsoft Graph access.… keep reading
Proof Key for Code Exchange (PKCE) is a mechanism often used with an OAuth2 Authorization Code Grant flow to provide an enhanced level of security when authenticating to an Identity Provider such as Microsoft Graph to get an access token. In order to use PKCE a code_verifier is generated along with a code_challenge.… keep reading