About psPAS

Initially released in 2017, psPAS contains over 100 commands for the CyberArk REST API.

The module is designed to be compatible with CyberArk from Version 9 onwards, providing CyberArk users with an accessible resource for automating simple day to day administration tasks as well as more complex requirements.

The module can work in both PowerShell Core & PowerShell, meaning Windows, Linux, and macOS CyberArk automation is possible.

Using a shared set of commands for interacting with the CyberArk API provides many benefits:

  • A shared development framework:
    • Code which works for one user will work, or can easily be adapted for others.
  • Easily collaborate on shared problems.
    • Fosters an opportunity for developers to support others in the CyberArk community seeking to make improvements through automation.

Project Sponsorship

If you are already using psPAS, please consider sponsoring @pspete on GitHub:

Community Contributions

psPAS would not be what it is without contributions received from the community.

Whether it is reporting a typo, logging a feature request, updating documentation or code - every contribution is appreciated.

Use the Contributing guide on GitHub to understand how to interact with and provide your updates to the project.

Getting Help & Support

As a community developed tool, psPAS is not covered by any support or maintenance agreements you may have; it is neither developed nor supported by CyberArk, any official support channels offered by the vendor are not appropriate for seeking help with the psPAS module.

Help and support should be sought by opening an Issue on the project’s GitHub page (preferable), or emailing pspas@pspete.dev if opening a GiHub Issue is not an available option.

Priority support could be considered for sponsors of @pspete on GitHub. Contact us to discuss options.

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