Provides Cmdlets for connecting with Microsoft Cloud Services.

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Install-Module -Name CloudConnect -RequiredVersion 1.1.2

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Install-PSResource -Name CloudConnect -Version 1.1.2

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Package Details



O365 MFA ADAL Connection PSSession EXO ExchangeOnline SCC ComplianceCenter Azure Graph


Get-ServiceToken Get-TokenCache Connect-EXO Connect-EXOLegacy Connect-AzureGraph Connect-SCC Connect-SCCLegacy


Release Notes

       1.1.2 - Corrected issue where the version of the AzureAD module would not get loaded if a newer version was already installed.
       1.1.1 - Fixed issue with incorrect function name would connect to the wrong endpoint
       1.1.0 - Added connections to Security and Complaince Center
       1.0.1 - Added Msonline as a required module to get access to connect-msolservice
       1.0.0 - Added support for getting the Azure Graph Header
       1.0.0 - Now includes Get-ServiceToken for pulling a specific Token
       1.0.0 - Includes Get-TokenCache for showing the current in memory token cache        
       0.6.0 - Updated to remove sessions before creating new ones
       0.6.0 - Added Connect-EXOLegacy for using non ADAL connections to EXO
       0.5.0 - Support for Connection to EXO
       0.5.0 - Initial Release


Version History

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0.5.0 4,036 5/8/2019