|Microsoft Azure/Office 365 PowerShell Cookbook

First of all, to connect to Azure, open PowerShell and run the following commands:

⁠Import-Module AzureRM
Login-AzureRMAccount

If you have multiple subscriptions tied to your account, you may want to specify which subscription you want to be working on, which yoiu can do with the following command:

⁠Set-AzureRMContext -SubscriptionName 

Networking

Creating

Comments

To add a comment, please login or register.

Related

Turning Atlassian JIRA into a CRM
Here at Member.buzz, we use Atlassian JIRA to track our features, bugs, and incoming requests from users through our Support Site. So when it came to choosing a CRM, we wanted to find one that integrated nicely with the rest of our infrastructure.Our first thought was to try out some of the existing JIRA CRM plugins. Here are the ones we tried out:CRM for JIRAAtlas CRMKanoah CRMAlthough there were definitely some interesting features among these options, there was nothing substantial enough to make us want to choose a specific one. We wanted something simple, yet well-integrated into what we already had
Setup Point-to-Site VPN with Ubiquiti EdgeRouter
Learn how to setup a VPN with your Ubiquiti EdgeRouter.
C-Level Security: When your team uses military analogies, are they using the wrong narrative?
For years, I have bristled when people would use medieval military descriptions in an attempt to convey concepts within the Network Security business. Bastions, Firewalls, Moats, Drawbridges, Countermeasures; all of these descriptions give way to a more accurate and detailed explanation of what was really taking place.
Using a Lenovo P51 Laptop with an Airplane Power Supply
The Lenovo P51 Laptop comes with a huge 170 watt Power Supply. However, airplane power supplies provide a maximum of somewhere between 75-100 watts. If you plugin a power supply requiring more watts, the circuit breaker will short out and the power will stop flowing.