Azure Automation:- PowerShell DSC

Using PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) within your Azure environment? I recommend looking at using Azure Automation to assist you with this! The Azure Automation account which will hold DSC configurations and compiled configs along with imported modules acts as the DSC "pull server". Along with this, has a great User Interface to check if … Continue reading Azure Automation:- PowerShell DSC

Azure Functions:– Using PowerShell to automatically Tweet a random Blog Post from Table Storage

I have now got 30+ Blog posts, all of which I would want to share via Twitter on a repetitive basis, say for example 3 times a week. Yes, I could use TweetDeck or potentially another third-party tool but this is manual configuration as to what Tweet to send and when, I just want to … Continue reading Azure Functions:– Using PowerShell to automatically Tweet a random Blog Post from Table Storage

Azure Functions:- PowerShell Hashtable to apply App Settings using AzureCLI

Need to apply a list of App Settings to your Azure Function? Application Settings can be used to store numerous values within your Azure Function, can also be used to store potential passwords. Application Settings are encrypted at rest and transmitted over an encrypted channel. You can choose to display them in plain text in … Continue reading Azure Functions:- PowerShell Hashtable to apply App Settings using AzureCLI

Enabling Microsoft Antimalware User Interface in Azure

Installed the IaaSAntimalware "Microsoft Antimalware" extension and trying to access the User Interface within your RDP session and getting this restriction error? Run the below PowerShell snippet: cd 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Security Client' .\ConfigSecurityPolicy.exe .\CleanUpPolicy.xml You can now open System Centre Endpoint Protection