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When running a PowerShell script as an action in a custom command, you can set the script to run as a different account and then use the RunAs property in the ExecuteScriptContext to access those credentials within the script which is super helpful. So if you needed to know the username in the script, you could do $Context.RunAs.UserName.

I'm curious if there's a way to do the same thing when the script is set to run as the Adaxes service account by default without setting it to explicitly run as that account such as in the screen shot below. image.png

When I try to do $Context.RunAs.Password and $Context.RunAs.Username when the sript is set to run as the Adaxes service account, they both resolve to null. Is there another way to get the Adaxes service account's credentials from within the script?

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Hello,

This behavior is by design. The only way to get the Adaxes service account credentials in a script is to first specify the credentials in the This account option of the Run as section just like you mentioned doing for other accounts.

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