ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 23-April-2021

In Case You Missed It

Topics include Script signing, Item Insights Security via Graph, Microsoft Learn and more…

Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux.

Unlocking PowerShell Secrets

by Jeff Hicks on 19th April

Using Secrets Management modules from Microsoft to handle secrets

How to Sign a PowerShell Script (And Run It)

by June Castillote on 22nd April

Do you need to ensure that nobody makes modifications to your scripts and pass them as the original? If so, then you need to learn how to sign PowerShell scripts. Signing adds the publisher’s identity to the script so that users can decide whether to trust the script’s source in this article, learn how to ensure that only trusted scripts are run in your environment by learning how to sign PowerShell scripts.

Using 1Password with PowerShell

by Darren J Robinson on 23rd April

Darren shows a PowerShell Module which is a wrapper for the 1Password CLI that allows full use of 1Password with PowerShell.

Altering Item Insights Security In Microsoft Graph Using PowerShell Commands

by Dipen Shah on 23rd April

Dipen Shah writes in the bloh on altering Item Insights Security In Microsoft Graph Using PowerShell Commands

Getting started and Learn PowerShell on Microsoft Learn!

by Thomas Maurer on 23rd April

Wanting to get started with PowerShell, well find out how with this informative post on the new Microsoft Learn modules to help you with exactly that

Reddit /r/PowerShell – Most Popular Weekly Post

Be nice to tech workers and watch what you put into someone else’s script as input.

Youtube: PowerShell File cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system

If PowerShell throws up an error message – File cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system, then you need to enable script running on your Windows 10 computer. The cause of this error comes to the fact that your user account does not have enough permissions to execute that script. This does not mean that you need to have an Administrator level permissions, it also means that you also need to be unrestricted to run these type of PowerShell scripts or cmdlets.

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