Get-AzADAppCredential

Let us learn the syntax and the usage of the Get-AzADAppCredential PowerShell command with certain examples.

Get-AzADAppCredential

This command helps you retrieve your application’s key credentials and password credentials.

Syntax of Get-AzADAppCredential

Below is the syntax of the Get-AzADAppCredential PowerShell command.

Get-AzADAppCredential
 -ObjectId <String>
Get-AzADAppCredential
 -DisplayName <String>
Get-AzADAppCredential
 -ApplicationId <Guid>

Get-AzADAppCredential Examples

Let’s discuss a few examples of how to use the Get-AzADAppCredential PowerShell command.

You can use the Get-AzADApplication command to retrieve the lists of

Example -1

You can execute the below PowerShell command to get your application’s key and password credentials based on the specified Display Name.

Get-AzADAppCredential -DisplayName "SecureFunctionApp"

After executing the above command, I got the expected output below.

CustomKeyIdentifier DisplayName EndDateTime         Hint KeyId                                SecretText StartDateTime      
------------------- ----------- -----------         ---- -----                                ---------- -------------      
                                01-09-2030 15:09:52      e677328f-3c91-489d-88ff-3d1328e5426f            01-09-2020 15:09:52

You can see the same output below

Get-AzADAppCredential PowerShell

Example-2

You can execute the PowerShell command below to get your application’s key and password credentials based on the specified Object ID.

Get-AzADAppCredential -ObjectId 11906a6b-b898-417e-89a9-b268989b6212

After executing the above command, I got the expected output below.

CustomKeyIdentifier DisplayName EndDateTime         Hint KeyId                                SecretText StartDateTime      
------------------- ----------- -----------         ---- -----                                ---------- -------------      
                                25-09-2030 10:56:37      78a55983-ee8b-46db-9601-e7ed8e151c77            25-09-2020 10:56:37

You can see the same output below

PowerShell Get-AzADAppCredential

Example-3

You can execute the PowerShell command below to get your application’s key and password credentials based on the specified Application ID.

Get-AzADAppCredential -ApplicationId 564f6f65-7132-49f2-84b9-41c4256d03f8

After executing the above command, I got the expected output below.

get-azadappcredential example

Conclusion

In this Azure PowerShell article, we discussed syntax and the usage of the Get-AzADAppCredential PowerShell command with certain examples.