Download Deploying Your First Azure Virtual Machine with Azure PowerShell by 25+ year veteran of the IT industry, Thomas Mitchell. The content of this eBook has been excerpted from the book, entitled “The Azure PowerShell Quick Start Guide.” By following the exercises in this eBook, you will learn how to perform some basic PowerShell-based VM deployment tasks.… READ MORE
Last year, during our PASS Summit and SQL Bits precons, we highlighted the reasons that PowerShell is even more secure than GUI administration. I even created a cute lil logo for it 😁 Recently, our team had a discussion about security in #dbatools-dev and I realized I should probably highlight why PowerShell and dbatools are ideal for every organization, including security-minded organizations. If you’re… READ MORE
If you haven’t heard about Microsoft Graph API lately, you have probably been living outside of civilization. Graph API is Microsoft’s master communication service that connects and handles data between almost any Azure or Microsoft 365 service in the background. If you are already used to PowerShell and modules, the toolkits you use to work… READ MORE
Learn how to make your day to day work easier, more efficient, and as a result more fun! We’ll dive in to the basics, but will also go into deeper topics, like how to set it up for use in Azure Functions and more.
Azure AD PowerShell access Azure AD Graph Explorers Azure AD Graph Explorer Microsoft Graph Explorer How to blog access to Graph APIs Block users’ access to others information Disable Graph API Explorers By default, any user of Office 365 or Azure AD tenant can read the content of Azure AD using PowerShell and Graph API… READ MORE
Requirement: Generate a permission report to audit a specific user’s permissions in given SharePoint Online site collection, sub-sites, all its lists, libraries and list items. SharePoint Online PowerShell permissions report This PowerShell script checks user permissions and exports the findings into a CSV file. How to run this script? Just change the Parameters from Line#6 to… READ MORE
When it comes to running commands on Windows, PowerShell has become somewhat of an ace in the hole. For years enthusiasts were limited to the confines of the Windows command line but in 2006, PowerShell emerged as a powerful alternative. In this article we break down what PowerShell is, and provide you a definitive cheat… READ MORE
When it comes to automation, there are number of scenarios which come to your mind. It may be simply using PowerShell to manage your Azure Firewall (e.g. getting Azure Firewall resources information, retrieving rule collection, adding a new rule or so on). More advanced, it can be a scheduled automation job running to continuously maintain Azure Firewall.… READ MORE