I’ve just finished my initial release of SkykickAPI for powershell.
Currently, i’ve mainly implemented the backup-part of Skykick, will give the migration part a go the next time i’m migrating someone.
Check it out on PowerShellGallery or Github:
Or just :
Now the fun part: in order to stay consistent between endpoints, and Skykick’s API actually blocking you if you login too many times while you have an active token, I’ve actually solved storing of credentials a fancy way:
Basically, whenever i need a cached variable, I check if UniversalDashboard is loaded. If UD is loaded then it will use the $cache, and if not it will use the $script.
I’ll throw in some UD Examples when i start implementing it in my dev enviroment.
I’m still waiting on the screen gif of your module working tomorrow my friend…as I tell my kids…all good things come to those who wait…it’s really not that exiciting mine, or as in-depth technically as yours…but it’s something