I’m looking to replace Jenkins, in my company for some helpdesk tasks, with Powershell Universal and I had some questions about Universal.
Can someone tell me, if I can limit the access to Automation Scripts depends on the Active Directory groups of the user who logged in Powershell Universal?
For example, members of the AD group “TestAll” will see all scripts, and members of “Test1” will only see Test.ps1 script.
If not, maybe an alternative for me would be to match AD groups with Roles?
And grant Roles access to different Scripts. Is that possible?
If it’s not possible to apply security on Automation > Scripts.
I suppose the solution would be to use a Dashboard and to apply security access on it.
However in that case, when I’m integrating a script on the dashboard, do I have a way to use the response to feedback in the Dashboard too?
Thanks a lot for your feedback!
Product: PowerShell Universal Version: 1.4.6