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2022

Setting Private Endpoint for Azure SQL Server using Azure PowerShell
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Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount Get-AzPrivateEndpoint Get-AzPrivateLinkResource
I think that Private Endpoint is one of the trends that we should focus on and learn more about. For this reason, in the coming months I will publish more content about this simple but powerful technology.
How to manage Log Analytics tables using the Azure CLI
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Azure CLI Azure Cloud Shell Azure Monitor Microsoft
Microsoft last month announced the general availability of a new experience for managing Azure Log Analytics table metadata from the Azure portal. So I think it’s an excellent time to see how to view and edit table properties in Log Analytics workspaces using the Azure CLI and check how these changes are reflected in the Azure portal.
Setting Lifecycle Management Policy on Azure Storage using Azure PowerShell
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Add-AzStorageAccountManagementPolicyAction Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount Get-AzStorageAccountManagementPolicy
Following the thread of my last post, I want to show you how to take advantage of this functionality by configuring a data lifecycle management policy in your Azure storage account using Azure PowerShell.
Setting Lifecycle Management Policy on Azure Storage using Azure CLI
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Azure CLI Azure Cloud Shell Microsoft Microsoft Azure
In my last article, I showed you how to enable access time tracking on the Azure Storage Blob service. Today I want to show you how to take advantage of this functionality by setting up a data lifecycle management policy in your Azure storage account using Azure CLI.
How to enable Access Time Tracking for the Azure Storage Blob service
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Azure CLI Azure Cloud Shell Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount
To manage storage costs, it can help to organize your data based on how often it will be accessed. Azure offers us different levels of access to store blob data most cost-effectively, depending on how we use it.
How to enable SFTP support for an Azure storage account
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Azure CLI Azure Cloud Shell Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount
Blob storage now supports SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). This allows us to use SFTP for file access, transfer, and management. In this post, I will show you how to enable an SFTP endpoint for your blob storage account and configure local user identities to authenticate and connect your storage account with SFTP over port 22.
How to configure Microsoft 365 Groups naming policy in Azure Active Directory
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Azure Active Directory Admin Center Azure PowerShell Get-AzureADDirectorySetting Microsoft
Today, I want to show you how to configure and apply Microsoft 365 group naming policy in your Azure Active Directory using Powershell. The naming policy applies to creating and editing groups created in Outlook, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Exchange, or Planner workloads.
How to enable hierarchical namespace on an Azure storage account
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Azure CLI Azure Cloud Shell Azure PowerShell Azure Security Center
To enable a hierarchical namespace and unlock capabilities such as file and directory-level security on an Azure storage account, you need to upgrade your Azure Blob storage with Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 capabilities.
How to manage outbound spam policies with Exchange Online PowerShell
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Connect-ExchangeOnline Disable-HostedOutboundSpamFilterRule format-table Get-HostedOutboundSpamFilterPolicy
Exchange Online Protection (EOP) uses outbound spam policies as part of your organization’s defense against spam. But to increase the effectiveness of outbound spam filtering, you can create custom spam policies with more stringent settings that apply to specific users or groups.
How to protect a virtual machine using Azure Backup
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Backup-AzRecoveryServicesBackupItem
Hi everyone, today I want to show you how to enable backups on an existing VM using Azure command-line tools, and then we will check that it works correctly by doing a quick backup.
How to change the owner of an Azure Active Directory device
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Add-AzureADDeviceRegisteredOwner Connect-AzureAD Get-AzureADDevice Get-AzureADDeviceRegisteredOwner
In Azure AD, you can see that each device has an owner. The owner is the user who joined the device to Azure AD, which is sometimes the administrator account. If you want to change the owner, you won’t be able to do so through the Azure portal.
How to configure RDP properties for a Host Pool - Summary
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Microsoft
In this article, I want to summarize all the information I’ve posted about configuring RDP properties for an Azure virtual desktop environment. First, I will start by indicating which properties are already established by default when creating a host pool.
How to configure RDP properties for a Host Pool - Display settings
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Connect-AzAccount
The series of posts on configuring RDP properties for a host pool is ending. In this latest post, I’ll show you how to configure display settings for your Azure virtual desktop environment using PowerShell and the Azure CLI.
How to configure RDP properties for a Host Pool - Device redirection
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Connect-AzAccount
Hi, Jorge is back. As I mentioned in my previous post, I will show you the second part of configuring device redirections for your Azure Virtual Desktop environment using PowerShell and Azure CLI.
How to configure RDP properties for a Host Pool - AV redirection
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Connect-AzAccount
Today I want to show you how to configure Device redirections for your Azure Virtual Desktop environment using PowerShell and Azure CLI. Given that several properties and different configurations are possible, I divided the information into 2 articles.
How to configure RDP properties for a Host Pool - Session behaviour
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Connect-AzAccount
In my previous article, I showed you how to configure the connection information tab of the RDP properties for the host pool. Today, I will show you how to configure the session behavior tab of the RDP properties using PowerShell and Azure CLI.
How to configure RDP properties for a Host Pool - Connection Information
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Connect-AzAccount
Hi everyone, I showed you how to create an Azure Virtual Desktop host pool in my previous article. This article shows how to configure the connection information tab of the RDP properties for the host pool using PowerShell and Azure CLI.
How to create an Azure Virtual Desktop Host Pool
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Azure CLI Azure PowerShell Azure Virtual Desktop Connect-AzAccount
Hi everyone, after a month of dedicated full time to work and to the preparation of the renewals of my certifications, I’m back with the first post in a series of articles where I’ll try to explain how to implement Azure Virtual Desktop.
How to configure a data retention policy for individual tables in Log Analytics
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Azure CLI Management and governance Microsoft Microsoft Azure
As you know, each Workspace has a default retention policy that applies to all tables. But you can set a different retention policy on individual tables if you desire. In this post, I want to show you how to configure a data retention policy for individual tables in Log Analytics using Azure CLI.
Logging into an Azure Linux VM using an Azure AD account
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Azure CLI Azure Cloud Shell Azure PowerShell Connect-AzAccount
Today I want to show you how you can improve the security of your Linux virtual machines in Azure by integrating with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) authentication. In this post, I’ll show you how to set up a Linux virtual machine and log in with Azure AD using openSSH certificate-based authentication.