Friday, January 10, 2020

Connect-Azure-PowerShell if there is no existing Connection.



By Using MsolService to connect to Azure PowerShell, could be annoying time to time if unable to validate existing connection. The simple function below will just do that. To make below function work, you will need to adjust “$company” variable to ensure it fits into your environment. Rest of the function is pretty easy to understand.



<#   

.NOTES

#=============================================
# Script      : Connect-Azure-PoWerShell.ps1
# Created     : ISE 3.0
# Author(s)   : Casey.Dedeal
# Date        : 01/10/2020 14:39:23
# Org         : ETC Solutions
# File Name   : Connect-Azure-PoWerShell.ps1
# Comments    :
# Assumptions :
#==============================================


SYNOPSIS           : Connect-Azure-PoWerShell.ps1
DESCRIPTION        : O365 Azure PS connect
Acknowledgements   : Open license
Limitations        : None
Known issues       : None
Credits            : Please visit:
                          https://simplepowershell.blogspot.com
                          https://msazure365.blogspot.com

.EXAMPLE

  .\Connect-Azure-PoWerShell.ps1


  MAP:

  -----------
  #(1)_.Check to see if any return for Valid cmdlet
  #(1.1)_.Connected to O365 Azure PowerShell Module
  #(1.2)_.Add Vars Modify $company Var
  #(2)_.Catch Errors

#>


function Connect-Azure-PoWerShell
{
   

# Connect Azure PowerShell with MsolService if ! Connected
Try{

 #(1)_.Check to see if any return for Valid cmdlet
 $session  = Get-MsolDomain -EA SilentlyContinue
 if ($session) {
    #(1.1)_.Connected to O365 Azure PowerShell Module
    Write-Host 'ALREADY Connected: Azure PowerShell' -f Gray -b DarkGreen

   } else {

    #(1.2)_.Add Vars Modify $company Var
     $company   = '@CloudSec365.onmicrosoft.com'
     $adminUser = "$env:USERNAME"
     $UPN =  $adminUser + $company
     Write-Host 'Connecting: Azure PowerShell' -f Gray -b DarkCyan
     $cred  = Get-Credential -Credential $UPN -ErrorAction Stop
     Connect-MsolService -Credential $cred -ErrorAction Stop | Out-Null
          }
}Catch{

 #(2)_.Catch Errors
 Write-Host "ERROR FOUND:$($PSItem.ToString())"

}
}


Casey, Dedeal
Azure Solutions Architect
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

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Connect-Azure-PowerShell if there is no existing Connection.

By Using MsolService to connect to Azure PowerShell, could be annoying time to time if unable to validate existing connection. The simpl...