This blog post presents the implementation to query the Microsoft Azure Active Directory Access Control using an OData client written in PowerShell. The first step consists in retrieving a access token issued by ACS. Then, the retrieved access token allows to access the ACS Management Service entities.
This article presents a simple implementation of a custom PowerShell cmdlet for updating the display name of an attribute using Dynamics CRM Web service requests.
This blog post provides a few examples of how to use the high level methods provided by the Get-CrmConnection cmdlet of the Microsoft.Xrm.Tooling.CrmConnector.Powershell library in order to perform actions against a Dynamics CRM organization.
Sending requests using a Dynamics CRM organization or deployment service requires both user authentication and instantiation of a service object ready to send requests. This article presents a simple way to connect to a Dynamics CRM organization and deployment through PowerShell using a custom cmdlet.
The main design of these series of blog posts is to share my experience regarding PowerShell scripting for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Here is a description of software requirements and best practices.
The main design of these series of blog posts is to share my experience regarding PowerShell scripting for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.