• Wow, this is great info, if only I had found it before I started doing the same thing in Azure Automation, would have saved me tons of time…..
    PS. You can specify the credential asset as a [PSCredential] parameter and pass the asset name when calling the runbook.
    Then you don’t have to use Get-AutomationPSCredential and save a line of code and makes it easy to specify another credential if needed 🙂

  • Great post Nickolaj,
    I am gonna circle back to this one for reference soon, when I run a runbook on Hybrid worker role for some ConfigMgr stuff.


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