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    Anonymous commented  · 

    For unattended workloads, like automated reports and backup run from, or DTAP, with Powershell I think it's really needed to have an AppID + Secret/Certificate as login option for SG Powershell. Microsoft is more or less forcing tenants in using these and they are much safer than to store admin username/passwords in scripts.

    More and more clients have set their tenants such that the username/password simply returns 'You are not authorized', making the browser option the only option left. In unattended situations this is not an option..

    A workable alternative would be to setup a Connection in PnP Powershell and re-use that connection in SG Powershell

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