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Azure – A new major version of Azure PowerShell modules (Az) is now available

  A new Azure PowerShell modules (Az) (version 3.0) has been released and is available for download either using MSI packages or Install-Module command       x86 MSI package: https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/releases/download/v3.0.0-November2019/Az-Cmdlets-3.0.0.30818-x86.msi x64 MSI package: https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/releases/download/v3.0.0-November2019/Az-Cmdlets-3.0.0.30818-x64.msi Install-Module command: Install-Module -Name Az -Repository PSGallery –Force or Update-Module -Name Az (if already had Az PowerShell module installed) As …

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Azure – PowerShell support in Azure Function is now generally available

As you may already know, Azure Function is a serverless computing service designed to accelerate and simplify application development. Well, good news is PowerShell support in Azure Function is now generally available, which means you can now use your existing PowerShell code into Azure Function You can get more details on how to use PowerShell …

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Azure – The latest version of Azure PowerShell module is available

The latest version of Azure PowerShell module (Az module version 2.0) is available. IMPORTANT please note this version is a breaking change for existing Az.Compute and Az.HDInsight cmdlets (see https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/blob/master/documentation/migration-guides/Az.2.0.0-migration-guide.md to manage the migration). This release provides lot of new/improved/fix cmdlets, from authentication with AD FS to Websites, through Azure FrontDoor support, monitor for SQR …

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Teams – The Teams PowerShell module is now generally available

After being in preview for about a year, the PowerShell module for Microsoft Teams is now generally available. If you used the preview module, some PowerShell cmdlets did not make it to GA: Get-TeamFunSettings Set-TeamFunSettings Get-TeamGuestSettings Set-TeamGuestSettings Get-TeamMemberSettings Set-TeamMemberSettings Get-TeamMessagingSettings Set-TeamMessagingSettings These have been consolidated into the Get-Team / Set-Team commands The various cmdlets available …

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Security – Microsoft Graph Security PowerShell module is now available

If you work with Azure and/or Office 365, you may already have heard about Microsoft Graph and Microsoft Graph Security. Well, good new a PowerShell module for Microsoft Graph Security is now available https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/MicrosoftGraphSecurity/1.0.0 As always with PowerShell modules available from the PowerShell gallery, you can install it using the command from a elevated PowerShell …

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Azure – New PowerShell module for Azure Blueprint

After delivering Azure Blueprint to help setting up Azure governance, a new PowerShell module is now available to manage these blueprints. You can get it by running the command (as always use the Run As Administrator when starting the PowerShell prompt) Install-Module -Name Az.Blueprint With this first release you can get existing blueprints, create/delete one(s) …

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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 …

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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 …

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