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I am trying to build a form related to Azure code. I don't want to have to run the login sequence each time, but this is valid for "release". If I run the login-azurermaccount manually how can I keep the login session information persistent so I can comment it out and next time I run it for debugging or testing the Azure session still exists?
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You can use the "Run in Console" command run the script in the console, which will maintains the runspace / session.
When you run a script directly in PowerShell Studio (Ctrl + F5) it will always run the script in a new runspace to ensure that script does not have any dependence on modified variables.
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