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Install Azure PowerShell module

This article will guide you on how to install the Azure PowerShell module using the cmdlets method and through offline.

Azure CLI is available on #Windows, Mac, Linux, etc. Azure cloud shell is another option that can be browser-accessible and authenticated. 

Azure cloud shell gives you options to choose from either bash or Powershell. 

The Get-Command cmdlet gets all #commands that are installed on the computer, including cmdlets, aliases, functions, filters, scripts, and applications. 

Get-Command gets the commands from #PowerShell modules and commands that were imported from other sessions.

We can use Windows Powershell for managing Azure resources by installing az module.

To install the Azure PowerShell #module, run the following command. Make sure that the Windows PowerShell ISE is opened in "run as administrator” mode. 

By default, the PowerShell gallery is not configured as a Trusted repository for PowerShellGet. 

Click on “Yes to All” to continue with the installation.


Modules included in Azure PowerShell:

1. Azure PowerShell Az. Automation.

2. Azure PowerShell AzureRM. Automation.

3. Other PowerShell modules.

4. Internal Orchestrator. AssetManagement. Cmdlets module.

5. Python 2 modules.

6. Custom modules that you create.

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Azure PowerShell context objects How to manage them

This article will guide you on how to manage #Azure #PowerShell #context #objects. Azure PowerShell context objects are to hold subscription and authentication information. 

Azure PowerShell is basically an extension of #Windows PowerShell. It lets Windows PowerShell users control Azure's robust functionality. From the command line, Azure PowerShell programmers use preset scripts called cmdlets to perform complex tasks like provisioning virtual #machines (#VMs) or creating #cloud services.

To select Azure subscription in PowerShell:

1. Enter Login-AzAccount and hit enter, then provide your user id and password.

2. Get-AzureSubscription (this will give you the list of subscription).

3. Select-AzureRmSubscription -SubscriptionId xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxx (this way you can set which particular subscription you want to use).

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How to Use PowerShell to Quickly Find Installed Software

This article will guide you on how to get the list of all installed #software using #PowerShell. 

i. First, open PowerShell by clicking on the Start menu and typing “powershell”. 

ii. Select the first option that comes up and you'll be greeted with an empty PowerShell #prompt. 

iii. PowerShell will give you a list of all your #programs, complete with the version, name of the developer, and even the date you installed it.

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Monitor Azure virtual machines with RDP

This article will guide you on how to monitor virtual #machines #RDP using Azure.
You can View performance directly from an Azure VM:
1. In the #Azure portal, select Virtual Machines.
2. From the list, choose a #VM and in the #Monitoring section choose Insights.
3. Select the #Performance tab.

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Steps to install OpenLiteSpeed on CentOS

This article will guide you on how to perform installation of OpenLiteSpeed on Centos Server.

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Steps to install Wraith on Ubuntu

This article will guide you on how to install Wraith on Ubuntu which requires adding Ruby, ImageMagick, and some other dependencies added to the system.

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Gradle Installation and Configuration on Linux

This guide will show the steps to install and configure Gradle on Linux and Windows.

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