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  1. It's time to ditch the throwback background color

    PowerShell Core uses a black background, everywhere EXCEPT on Azure CloudShell, where it's using a color inspired by WindowsPowerShell's old DarkMagenta color (which is ironic, since the actual DarkMagenta color on CloudShell is set to purple).

    Please get with the times, and change the default to black.

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  4. cs

    The Resource 'Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM' under resource group '413165d5-ca9b-4466-aa88-0be98630f140' was not found.

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  5. Deployment failed. Correlation ID: cccb970d-1bf2-4dec-83bb-d849b3ed60ea. { "error": { "code": "PropertyChangeNotAllowed", "message

    Deployment failed. Correlation ID: cccb970d-1bf2-4dec-83bb-d849b3ed60ea. {
    "error": {

    "code": "PropertyChangeNotAllowed",
    
    "message": "Changing property 'imageReference' is not allowed.",
    "target": "imageReference"

    }
    }

    would like to move on with this course however both windows and linux images fail with error code above.
    Neil

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  8. az vm show

    I ran the az vm show multiple times and it still will not let me progress. I did change the name of the default vm.

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  9. Adding subnet via powershell under new AZ module.

    Hello,

    I am trying to add subnet under VNET using cmd: New-AzVirtualNetworkSubnetConfig . This cmd doesn't take input for Virtual network like that in Add-AzureRmVirtualNetworkSubnetConfig.

    I had posted question to Forum too.
    Link:

    https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/9e525a57-3871-4a38-b6d8-f0969b4962e5/how-to-create-subnet-using-az-powershell-module?forum=WAVirtualMachinesVirtualNetwork#9e525a57-3871-4a38-b6d8-f0969b4962e5

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  10. SECURITÉ

    Filmeuse a distance de vos donner

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  13. Interface is obsolete.

    Interface to Azure set up is quite primitive. Command level response is quite old style I was using 20 years ago. We need a new Graphic interface. The command entered should not require typing it multiple times.

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  14. Create a container

    When I run the following command:

    Run the following az container create command to start a container instance.

    Azure CLI

    az container create \
    --resource-group a3a83964-86f3-4de1-8bd8-115b6d6f3a2e \
    --name mycontainer \
    --image microsoft/aci-helloworld \
    --ports 80 \
    --dns-name-label $DNSNAMELABEL \
    --location eastus

    I get the following error:

    The client 'live.com#josephregallis@gmail.com' with object id 'e77bbe17-bee6-4fc3-970f-68bb7ae6cbae' does not have authorization to perform action 'Microsoft.ContainerInstance/containerGroups/write' over scope '/subscriptions/7ebe22f1-66dc-4382-b79e-afebcd74cbaa/resourceGroups/a3a83964-86f3-4de1-8bd8-115b6d6f3a2e/providers/Microsoft.ContainerInstance/containerGroups/mycontainer'.

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  15. Deploy images from Azure Container Registry

    Enable the registry admin account

    In this exercise, we will enable the registry admin account and use it to deploy your image to an Azure Container Instance from the command line.

    Run the following commands to enable the admin account on your registry and retrieve its username and password.

    Azure CLI

    az acr update -n $ACRNAME --admin-enabled true
    az acr credential show --name $ACR
    NAME

    The output is similar to below. Take note of the username and the value for password.

    output

    {

    "passwords": [

    {
    
    "name": "password",
    "value": "aaaaa"
    },
    {
    "name": "password2",
    "value": "bbbbb"
    }

    ],
    "username":…

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  18. Error Message Received

    The Resource 'Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM' under resource group '678b6b5d-740f-42d2-8e9d-43494be8e5ca' was not found.

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  19. It doest not recognoize storage location for defined VM after resize of VM

    During free learning part, I relized after rezise of VM. It does not recognoize storage location for defined VM after resize of VM. I have activated sandbox again bit no help and new storage location shoing in te steps part on left.

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