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I'd like to run code against the Adaxes service but need to pass my Admin credentials.

How do I send different creds than the current user?

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Hello,

After connecting to Adaxes service, you can call the OpenObject method to bind to an object with the credentials of a specific user. If that is not what you need, please, specify what exactly the script should do and we will help you. If you already have the script and the credentials part is the only thing that requires updating, please, post the script here or send it to us (support[at]adaxes.com).

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When I run commands like Get-ADMUser I am running it the currently logged in user.

I guess I use the credentials switch.

I was wondering if there was an overall way of connecting to the Adaxes service first then all commands after were for that authenticated user.

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Hello,

I guess I use the credentials switch.

That should work just fine.

I was wondering if there was an overall way of connecting to the Adaxes service first then all commands after were for that authenticated user.

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility.

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