Enable AzureResourceManager module in Azure Automation
This may be a bug but when trying to run any AzureResourceManager type command such as: Get-AzureResource or Set-AzureResource the following error is received:
The term 'Get-AzureResource' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
This is really important for being able to do things like change the hosting plan from free to standard (would be great if that was more easy/direct too)
Joe - good to hear and instructions on how to do that would be fantastic. Right now I keep butting my head up against not being able to use the AzureResourceManager. It is critical for more and more items that I am trying to work with.
Joe Levy (Azure Automation Team) commented
Thanks. We don't currently ship the AzureResourceManager module in Azure Automation out of the box for you like we do with the Azure (Service Management) module, but it is possible to zip up the module and import it yourself and use it in Azure Automation (No need to use Switch-AzureMode like in local PowerShell). We'll try to put a blog post out on this for the short term.