It’s possible to create a RES ONE Workspace (ROW) building block with PowerShell. You can do this for the following items:
My blog RES ONE + Powershell | RES ONE Workspace daily Back-up script uses all of these types in one script to create a back-up.
For this blog I created a RES ONE Identity Director service to request one type of building block at a specific path.
Download the RES ONE Automation Runbook here : Download
Download the RES ONE Identity Director Service here : Download
When importing the ROA Runbook you must supply credentials of an account with admin rights in ROW. You will be asked for an agent to run the runbook. This agent must have the ROW console installed. You’re now ready to deliver your services to users:
I hope this was informative. For questions or comments you can always give a reaction in the comment section or contact me: