Azure Recovery Services Vault is a backup resource within Azure, primarily used for Virtual Machine backups and Azure Site Recovery. Both of which are critical to the successful running of an environment in Azure, whether it be backing up the data on the Virtual Machine or the requirement to have Site Recovery enabled to allow … Continue reading Enabling Alerting for Azure Recovery Services Vault
Running an Azure RM Template and it errors with: Error: Code=InvalidTemplateDeployment; Message=The template deployment 'test_analytics' is not valid according to the validation procedure. The tracking id is 'XXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXX'. See inner errors for details. Please see https://aka.ms/arm-deploy for usage details. A simple PowerShell command will get you the verbose error log, to assist you with troubleshooting … Continue reading AzureRM Deployment Fails: See inner errors for details
Action Groups within Azure are a group of notification preferences and/or actions which are used by both Azure Monitor and service alerts. They can be defined in various ways depending on the environment you are working on, whether one action group is used for all alerts or action groups are split into different alerting scenarios. … Continue reading Azure Action Groups:- What are they?
No Powershell/AzureCLI experience? Don't worry, Azure have created a solution to Start/Stop VMs during office hours without any coding required A great solution for cost saving, no need to have VMs running when they are not going to be used. I will document on how to enable this solution:- An automation account and Log Analytics … Continue reading Azure:- Schedule VM startup/shutdown times
There may be a need to log the activity of an Azure Automation Account to Log Analytics, this can of course be done via the Portal but, if deploying in true automated fashion - it would be preferable to implemented via code. These log categories will be configured along with All Metrics:- JobLogs JobStreams DSCNodeStatus … Continue reading Azure Automation Account Logging to Log Analytics using AzureRM
Last of the NPS integration with Azure MFA blogs, this will include using PowerShell for installation of the Radius Configuration from a backup along with additional snippets of PowerShell to potentially help you to automate your own NPS server build. Installation of NPS Server Role Install-WindowsFeature NPAS -IncludeManagementTools Configure and add RadiusClients The below Password … Continue reading NPS Server Configuration To Integrate with Azure MFA:- Part3 (PowerShell)