Check If Connected to SPOService in Script

SCENARIO
When executing SharePoint Online scripts you need to be connected to your “admin” site or the script will just fail if you’re not.

PROBLEM
When writing a script you can’t assume that you’re already connected to your SPO tenant and unlike the “msolservice” connect call you need to specify your “admin” URL which can be quite long. But sometimes you’re already connected in the Powershell session.

SOLUTION
Writing this little thing in the start of your script will check if you’re connected to the admin site and if not will call the connect-sposervice command with the URL already set.


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