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SecretManagement and SecretStore are Generally Available
SecretManagement and SecretStore are Generally Available
We are excited to announce two modules are now generally available on the PowerShell Gallery: To install the modules, open any PowerShell console and run: Introducing SecretManagement The SecretManagement module helps users manage secrets by providing a common set of cmdlets to interface with secrets across vaults. ...
SecretStore Release Candidate 3
SecretStore Release Candidate 3
The SecretStore release candidate 3 (RC3) module is now available on the PowerShell Gallery. This contains an exciting new feature which allows users to non-interactively create, and configure a SecretStore. This feature was added to support CI systems and other automated scenarios. SecretStore is an extension vault module, for PowerShell ...
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SecretManagement and SecretStore Release Candidate 2
SecretManagement and SecretStore Release Candidate 2
The SecretManagement and SecretStore release candidate 2 (RC2) modules are now available on the PowerShell Gallery. These releases contain an exciting new feature which allows users to provide non-sensitive metadata for secrets (note: this feature may not be available for all extension vaults). For more context on these modules check out ...
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PowerShell for Visual Studio Code Updates – February 2021
PowerShell for Visual Studio Code Updates – February 2021
  We are excited to announce that updates to our PowerShell extension and PowerShell Preview extension are now available on the Visual Studio Code marketplace. This blog will explain what is new in these releases as well as what you can expect from the extension in the coming months. What's new in the PowerShell Extension release...