Standard Data Types

The following standard data types are used:

All these data types and their format are defined in the standard.

Note: if the data type is marked as type? (e.g. int?), it is nullable and can be empty.

Common parameters

Authentication Information

*These parameters are required (obligatory to input) in cmdlets, if the Set-ConnectionSettings cmdlet was not previously used. Otherwise, these parameters can be used to overwrite connection settings (and perform cmdlet under other account/user).

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Parameter
Type

Mandatory (R/O)

Description
Valid Values
1

AccountID

int R/O*

Account identifier. Inherited property*

 
2 Credential PSCredential R/O* Login/Password. Inherited property*  
3 CredentialType string R/O* The type of credentials. Inherited property*
  • User
  • Administrator

Force

Force parameter is used in some -Add, -New, -Remove, -Get, -Set, -Enable, -Disable, etc. cmdlets to skip the user's confirmation of the action (e.g. charge confirmation).  It can be used in addition to standard Confirm parameter (see risk-mitigation parameters) or separately.

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Parameter

Type

Mandatory (R/O)

Description

1 Force SwitchParameter O Parameter is used to skip the user's confirmation of the action

Example

Disabling user without confirmation:

Disable-User -Identity "1F172792-5DE0-438E-80FF-3B4ED35E4ED2" -Confirm:$false -Force