Creating Azure action groups from the command line
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Today, I will show you how to create, list, update and delete Azure action groups using PowerShell and Azure CLI. Action groups are separate and independent resources in which you define a collection of notification preferences.
How to install IIS on Windows Server with SSL using PowerShell
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Today I want to show you how to install Internet Information Server (IIS) on my favorite operating system, Windows Server using PowerShell. IIS is a great feature that allows us to provide our server with an extensible web server.
How to create an Azure Service Principal with Password
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Hello, guys. Today I want to show you how to create a service principal using PowerShell and Azure CLI. In case you don’t know, an Azure service identity is an identity that is created in Azure AD and associated with an application.
How to enable Azure DDoS Protection for an existing VNet
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In this post, I’ll show you how to create a standard DDoS plan and associate it with an existing virtual network using PowerShell and the Azure CLI. Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are becoming more and more frequent and it is one of the main security problems that customers who have their resources in the cloud must face.
How to map a Network Drive to an Azure File Share
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In a previous post, I explained how to create an Azure file share. Today, I want to show you how to connect and mount an Azure file share with Azure PowerShell.