Azure – An MSI package is now available for Az PowerShell module

Following the general release of the new Azure PowerShell module (Az) (see https://t.co/xrzdIDmG7M), Microsoft has made MSI packages available to allow you deploying this new module (as it used to be for the previous Azure PowerShell module) which will be helpful if you use software deployment system like SCCM. You can get the MSI package from: x86 bits https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/releases/download/v1.1.0-January2019/Az-Cmdlets-1.1.0.25353-x86.msi x64 bits https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/releases/download/v1.1.0-January2019/Az-Cmdlets-1.1.0.25353-x64.msi These packages are available for the latest version…

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Azure – New capabilities for Azure Backup applicable to Azure Files (preview)

Azure  Backup has been updated to provide new capabilities: Azure Backup now supports backing up NTFS ACL’s set on Azure Files (see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/files/storage-files-active-directory-overview to know more about). This means when you restore Azure Files, the NTFS permissions will be also restored. This capability is currently in preview. PowerShell can now be used to run backup and restore operation for Azure Files. This requires the latest version of the PowerShell Az…

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Azure – The Az PowerShell module is now in general availability

As announced in August 2018, a new PowerShell module to manage Azure resources called Az has been in development. It reached the general availability state. To install it, open a PowerShell prompt (as usual using the Run As Administrator) and run the command Install-Module -Name Az -Repository PSGallery –Force NOTE will you can have both AzureRM and Az modules installed side by side (using the –AllowClobber) it is not recommended…

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Azure – New Azure PowerShell Module coming up

A new Azure PowerShell module is currently in preview and will become the default PowerShell module to manage Azure later, combining AzureRM and AzureRM.Netcore modules. New PpowerShell capabilities will be delivered only through Az starting December 2018. The new Az module is currently in preview and latest version is 0.2.2 AzureRM is still supported (for now). It is supported on PowerShell 5.1 with .Net Framework 4.7.2 or later [Windows only]…

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