Allow use of assets (variables) in runbook parameters
We'd welcome the possibility to use Automation account assets (like encrypted variables) when running or scheduling Runbooks.
E.g. we have Storage Account connection strings stored as encrypted variables and we have Runbooks that take a connection string as a parameter. It would be nice if we could just use value of the variable instead of having to look up the value in Azure Storage management.
I know that an alternative is to create a Runbook that will take the variable name as an input or something like that.. But that feels like too close coupling of (at least some generic) PowerShell scripts with Azure Automation.
Thanks for posting this suggestion! Our team has looked at this in the past and having your vote for this feature helps us prioritize adding it.