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  1. PowerShell to retrieve the details of an existing App Service Environment

    I am trying to get the Virtual Network details in which App Service Environment is deployed.
    I have tried with Get-AzResource -Name AppServiceEnvironmentName -ResourceType Microsoft.Web/hostingEnvironments

    It's giving me the basic App Service Environment details and not having the linked Virtual Network details.

    Can you please help me if there is any command/module which helps me to retrive an existing App Service Environment details.

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  2. Allow Powershell Set-AzureWebsite to toggle Always On

    It seems like every option is available EXCEPT this. Seems like it could be bolted on similarly to the others, like -WebSocketsEnabled<Boolean>.

    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn495207.aspx

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  3. Support Node 12.x and up

    Azure App Services needs to support Node 12.x+, because Angular is now in version 8 (even 9, in beta) and Angular developers can no longer use Continuous Integration from GitHub to deploy.

    https://www.stevemurch.com/deploying-angular-8-to-azure/2019/08

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  4. Allow CLI WebApp Deployment to a Virtual Directory

    Allow for publishing Web Apps to a virtual directory/application with azure cli. Presently if you publish a zip file it publishes to wwwroot vs the site folder and/or virtual directory. I would like a command line option to be able to specify a virtual directory when publishing. Maybe something like --vdir

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  5. az ad app update does not work for groupMembershipClaims=None

    The Azure CLI does not work for value None in
    az ad app update --id <Id here> --set groupMembershipClaims=None

    cfr. convo with @azuresupport on https://twitter.com/IBruyninckx/status/1174735866692087810?s=20

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  8. Show all slots in a resource-group with "az webapp list --all-slots"

    I would like to see all slots in a resource-group in one command like : az webapp list --all-slots .

    Recently I renew a SSL wildcard certificate and
    almost all our 36 webapps have 'staging' slots and
    some webapps have another slots.

    After I worked for changing thumbprints with 'az webapp config ssl bind' command,
    I would like to confirm finishing my work,
    but I can't find an easy way to see all slots in a resource-group.

    To see slots of our webapps, I must use 'az webapp deployment slot list -n WEBAPPNAME' for all webapps.
    It is time consuming…

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  9. Powershell or CLI to pull current stack information of app services

    Team ,

    We are looking for an option to get the app service current stack information which is set under general settings.

    Below command are giving most of the config information but they are not giving the current stack details

    Get-AzResource -ResourceGroupName "" -ResourceType Microsoft.Web/sites/config

    Get-AzWebApp
    az webapp config show

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