Setting Private Endpoint for Azure File Share using Azure PowerShell
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We continue with the series of articles on private endpoints. Today I want to show you how to create a private endpoint to privately and securely connect to an Azure file share using Azure PowerShell.
Setting Private Endpoint for Azure Key Vault using Azure PowerShell
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Hi everyone, and happy new year. In the first post of the year, I want to continue talking about Private Endpoints. In this post, I want to show you how to create a private endpoint to connect securely to an Azure Key Vault, and I’ll also show you how to use two features that Microsoft recently enabled support for Private Endpoint Static IP Configurations and support for customizing the name of the network interface assigned to the private Endpoint.
Setting Private Endpoint for Azure SQL Server using Azure PowerShell
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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.
Setting Lifecycle Management Policy on Azure Storage using Azure PowerShell
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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.
Azure Disk Encryption using PowerShell
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Azure Disk Encryption (ADE) provides volume encryption for the OS and data disks of Azure virtual machines by using the DM-Crypt feature in Linux or the BitLocker feature of Windows. ADE is integrated with Azure Key Vault to help you control and manage the disk encryption keys and secrets.
How to Create and Manage DLP policies using PowerShell
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Using data loss prevention (DLP) policies allows us to automatically identify, monitor, and protect sensitive information in Microsoft 365. This post will show you how to create and manage data loss prevention (DLP) policies using PowerShell.
How to change the priority of DLP policies
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Data loss prevention (DLP) policies are processed in a specific order. This process is called policy precedence. The policy with the lowest priority number is processed first. The first rule is configured as a priority “0” by default, the next one as “1”, and so on.
How to change Azure Premium Disk Performance tiers without downtime
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On Azure Premium disks, we can change the performance tier even when it is connected to running virtual machines. With Premium SSD performance tiers, we have the flexibility to scale drive performance without increasing the size of the drive by selecting a higher performance tier and returning it to its original performance tier, allowing us to fine-tune the performance to our needs and save money.
How to convert an Azure AD B2B user from guest to member
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By default, when an Azure AD B2B collaboration user is added to a tenant, the UserType property of the user is set to “Guest.” However, it may be the case that the host organization wants to treat the invited user as a member rather than a guest.
How to select Azure Defender plan by resource type in Azure Security Center
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Hi everyone, and happy new year. In the first post of the year, I want to show you how to change the Azure Defender plans for your subscription in Azure Security Center using PowerShell and Azure CLI.
How to deploy an Azure Application Gateway
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Hi, today I want to talk to you about Azure Application Gateway. This Azure resource is a web traffic load balancer that redirects traffic (HTTP or HTTPS) to specific resources in a back-end group.
Network Security Groups (NSGs)
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Hi everyone. In this post, I want to show you how to create a network security group (NSG) and security rules using Azure PowerShell and how to associate these security groups with the different available Azure resources.
How to create an Azure Private DNS Zone
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I recently published an article on how to connect VNets using VNet peering; today, I want to show you how to create Azure private DNS zones. These DNS zones can be shared between virtual networks and simplify cross-network and service-discovery scenarios, such as VNet peering.
Azure Storage: Managing containers and blobs
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Hello everyone, in this post, I want to show you the Azure PowerShell commands that I have been collecting to manage containers and blobs in the Azure Storage service. Prerequisites
How to move Azure Resources to another Resource Group
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In many cases, it is necessary to reorganize and move Azure resources to other Resource Groups. Today, I want to show you how to move an Azure Resource to another Resource Group using Azure PowerShell.
Using PowerShell to Create BPA Reports in HTML Format
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In this post, I want to show you how to use PowerShell to create HTML reports with the Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) results. Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) is a server management tool that is available in Windows Server.