In Azure, every resource must be assigned to a resource group. In some cases, you may want to set a specific resource group as the default for all new Azure resources.
In this blog post, we will add DNS servers to an existing Azure Virtual Network (VNET) using PowerShell.
Following our previous blog post today we are going to show you how to modify an existing VNET in Azure and add new subnets using PowerShell.
This blog post will show you how to create a virtual network and subnet on Microsoft Azure using PowerShell.
This blog post will cover how to shut down an Azure virtual machine using PowerShell and the Az module.
In this post, we will create a new user on Microsoft Azure using the PowerShell Az module.
Checking the status of a Virtual Machine running on Microsoft Azure using PowerShell is helpful in scenarios where you need to verify the status of the VM before taking action.
This article will show you how to get the creation date of all your Azure Active Directory users using a PowerShell script. This is important for auditing purposes and can be used in other scripts to remove any users that were created after a certain date.
In the post, we will create a MySQL database on Microsoft Azure using the Azure Az PowerShell module.
In this Microsoft Azure Az PowerShell blog post, we will learn how to list all the Azure region available for deployments.