Topics include SendAs, Intune, Hyper-V, Secrets Management and more…
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux.
by Kelvin Tegelaar on 29th April
How to Deploy Send as Alias for M365 using PowerShell
by Damien Van Robaeys on 29th April
In this post Damien shows you how to use PowerShell and MS Graph to locate an Intune device.
by Prateek Sing on 30th April
Azure Visualizer aka ‘AzViz’ – PowerShell module to automatically generate Azure resource topology diagrams by just typing a PowerShell cmdlet and passing the name of one or more Azure Resource Group(s).
by June Castillote on 30th April
Do you need to set up a lab that needs multiple hosts? Or test an application in an isolated environment? Hyper-V nested virtualization could be the right setup you need. Hyper-V is a built-in feature or role to Windows you only need to enable to start using. And it’s free! You will learn how to set up Hyper-V to enable nested virtualization using PowerShell in the post.
u/ZebulaJams created a script for his HR Dept and sharing with us.
PowerShell + DevOps Global summit 2022 Announcement!
In this video John explores a solution to the problem of handling secrets in scripts and having to use secret implementation specific code. The new Secrets Management module solves this.