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cnspec run ms365

cnspec run ms365 [flags]

Options

      --ask-pass                         Prompt for connection password.
--ast Parse the query and return the abstract syntax tree (AST).
--certificate-path string path to certificate that's used for certificate-based authentication in PKCS 12 format (pfx)
--certificate-secret string passphrase for certificate file
--client-id string application (client) ID of the service principal
--client-secret string secret for application
-c, --command string MQL query to execute.
--datareport string set the MS365 datareport for the scan
--discover string Enable the discovery of nested assets. Supports: 'all|auto|instances|host-instances|host-machines|container|container-images|pods|cronjobs|statefulsets|deployments|jobs|replicasets|daemonsets' (default "auto")
--discover-filter stringToString Additional filter for asset discovery. (default [])
-h, --help help for ms365
--host-machines Also scan host machines like ESXi servers.
-i, --identity-file string Select the file from which to read the identity (private key) for public key authentication.
--insecure Disable TLS/SSL checks or SSH hostkey config.
--instances Also scan instances. This only applies to API targets like AWS, Azure or GCP.
-j, --json Run the query and return the object in a JSON structure.
--option --option key=value Additional connection options. You can pass in multiple options using --option key=value (default [])
--parse Parse the query and return the logical structure.
-p, --password string Connection password (such as for ssh/winrm).
--path string Path to a local file or directory for the connection to use.
--platform-id string Select a specific target asset by providing its platform ID.
--sudo Elevate privileges with sudo.
--tenant-id string directory (tenant) ID of the service principal

Options inherited from parent commands

      --config string      Set config file path (default $HOME/.config/mondoo/mondoo.yml)
--log-level string Set log level: error, warn, info, debug, trace (default "info")
-v, --verbose Enable verbose output

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