Microsoft AzureAD PowerShell V2.0 is GA
It’s Rob de Jong here and today I’m excited to let you know that Azure AD PowerShell v2.0 is now GA and to give you a quick tour of the changes we’ve made since the previous public preview. This release marks an important milestone in the Azure AD PowerShell because now you can leverage the new cmdlets in this module in your production environments.
One request customers have consistently made is that we make sure we maintain equivalent capabilities between our Graph API and our PowerShell cmdlets. To make sure that happens, all these new cmdlets are built on top of the Graph API.
Two important notes:
- The new Azure AD PowerShell v2.0 module don’t provide full functional parity with the older MSOL module yet. We’re working hard to make that happen in the coming months and will keep you updated on our progress.
- We are not planning to publish new functionality in the MSOL PowerShell module. Over time we will implement all the functionality of the old MSOL cmdlets in the new module, and this new module contains quite a few new cmdlets that haven’t been available before.
Changes since the preview
We’ve made a few changes to some of the cmdlets since the previous preview release of Azure AD PowerShell v2.0:
Read the entire article here, #AzureAD PowerShell V2.0 is now GA – Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog
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