This PowerShell blog post will show how to pass parameters to a PowerShell scripts.
Using parameters with PowerShell scripts allow us to make scripts more efficient and more reusable.
Parameters also allow us to use PowerShell with complex workflows as part of a batch processing systems.
In the following example I have a simple script that takes an Azure tenantID as a parameter.
write-host “TenantId is:” $tenantId
# Convert subscription name to ID
$tenantId = (Get-Azsubscription -SubscriptionName $tenantId).SubscriptionId
The scripts takes the tenatID and converts it to a tenant name.
Since my script takes a single parameter I will use the following command to pass the script a single parameter.
Scriptname.ps1 -tenantid “name of tenant”