PowerTip: Store PowerShell Credentials

PowerTip: Store PowerShell Credentials

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Summary: Store your Windows PowerShell credentials in a variable for later use.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question How can I store alternate credentials for repeated use in my Windows PowerShell session?

Hey, Scripting Guy! AnswerUse the Get-Credential cmdlet to prompt for a credential, and store the results in a variable:

$credential = Get-Credential

 

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  • Using this now to aleviate the multiple logon's with our functions-

    Example -

    $c = get-credential MyDomain\MyUserId

    # Load Lync

    function bsp-lync

    {

    $newlyncsession = New-PSSession -ConnectionUri mydomain-lyncpool.domain/ocspowershell -credential $c

    import-pssession -session $newlyncsession

    }

  • @Tim Bolton Thank you for sharing this. Awesome idea.