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sepago Spezialisten bloggen über Citrix und Microsoft

Hier bloggen sepago-Spezialisten über ihre Themen: Automatisierung, Cloud Solutions, IT-Security, aktuelle Entwicklungen rund um Citrix- und Microsoft-Technologien, Arbeitskultur.

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Verwenden des OneDrive PowerShell Moduls aus der PowerShell Gallery für den Zugriff auf OneDrive per Kommandozeile

Ich habe ein PowerShell Modul geschrieben, mit dem per Kommandozeile mit OneDrive gearbeitet werden kann. Das Modul verwendet die dokumentiert OneDrive API (https://dev.onedrive.com/README.htm). Wenn PowerShellGet bereits auf dem Rechner installiert ist, lässt sich das OneDrive Modul mit einem Befehl laden und installieren:

Install-Module -Name OneDrive -Scope CurrentUser

Ebenso lässt sich das Modul mit dem gleichen Befehl aktualisieren (bitte -force anhängen). Falls PowerShellGet aktuell nicht vorhanden ist, lässt sich dies hier nachholen: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/OneDrive – „Get Started“.

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Fast overview about your Azure spending with a windows tool for your subscriptions

Between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, I had a couple of days I had some time for hacking. So, I wrote a small windows tool which can display the Azure spending for my subscriptions and notifies me if one amount has changed.

The result is my tool “Azure Spendings”. You can enter up to three accounts. For these accounts Azure Spendings enumerates all tenants and assigned subscriptions. The costs (the same as on portal.azure.com) are displayed.

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Updated: Use PowerShell Module OneDrive from PowerShellGallery to work with OneDrive via command line

wrote a PowerShell module to work with OneDrive via command line. The module use the documented OneDrive web API from Microsoft (https://dev.onedrive.com/README.htm). If you already have the module PowerShellGet to access PowerShellGallery installed, you can easily download this module with a single command:

Install-Module -Name OneDrive -Scope CurrentUser

You can update the module to a newer version with the same command (add -force). If you don‘t use PowerShellGet currently,

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Updated: Use PowerShell Module OneDrive from PowerShellGallery to work with OneDrive via command line

21wrote a PowerShell module to work with OneDrive via command line. The module use the documented OneDrive web API from Microsoft (https://dev.onedrive.com/README.htm). If you already have the module PowerShellGet to access PowerShellGallery installed, you can easily download this module with a single command:

Install-Module -Name OneDrive -Scope CurrentUser

You can update the module to a newer version with the same command (add -force). If you don‘t use PowerShellGet currently,