Dynamics 365 PowerShell using Microsoft.Xrm.Data.PowerShell Part 3

What’s that going to do? Well, it takes a solution named solutionName and exports it in an unmanaged form to the specified path.

Dynamics 365 PowerShell using Microsoft.Xrm.Data.PowerShell Part 2

In this part we’re looking at connecting to a D365 environment. Just like we did with the first part, we’re putting the connection code in a function. We’re doing this in order to be able to call it multiple times, depending on the environment we’re connecting to. Eventually, we’ll connect to both a source and a target environments.

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