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  1. 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 $ACR_NAME --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": "ccccc"
    }

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  4. Error Message Received

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

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  5. 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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  7. same name subscription

    If there are multiple subs with the same name the shell does not show any of them

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  8. dockerhub

    Rtacloud apps

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  9. Ensure Time Zone Ids available in the Azure portal are included in the Time Zone Ids available in the Cloud Shell. Some code needs them.

    Ensure Time Zone Ids available in the Azure portal are included in the Time Zone Ids available in the Cloud Shell. Some code needs them.

    For example our Azure Backup Policy is set to GMT Standard Time. When I try to use Get-AzureRmRecoveryServicesBackupProtectionPolicy it fails as it cannot find the Time Zone Id GMT Standard Time. In Cloud Shell I believe the corresponding Time Zone has an Id of Europe/London.

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  10. BUG: The PowerShell editor times out well within 20 mins (around 12.5 seconds). This is a bug.

    BUG: The PowerShell editor times out well within 20 mins (around 12.5 seconds). This is a bug.

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  11. Azure PowerShell - commands to support for retrieving the cache-keys to update or flush the cache-keys

    While working with RedisCache - you will be set/update keys by using StringSet,HashGet and etc. Where as - Powershell is not have enough commands to perform these activities through the connection however we do through any application.

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  12. Include tools from sysinternals

    Having access to various tools in the sysinternals suite would assist with troubleshooting many issues with IaaS resources. For example, if you can't RDP a VM you can PS ping to see if remote powershell or remote registry could work as a way to reach the VM.

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  13. Get-AzureRmDataFactoryV2IntegrationRuntime

    Get-AzureRmDataFactoryV2IntegrationRuntime does not work with Azure Cloud Shell the command is not recognised and neither is Stop-AzureRmDataFactoryV2IntegrationRuntime

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  14. Add-AzureADGroupMember errors with extra slash before tenant ID

    Not sure where this should go, but it's really a bug. I can run the cmdlet locally without any errors, but when I run it in the cloud shell, the error message shows an extra slash before the tenant id.

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  15. Install SharePoint Online Module

    Would like to be able to install and use the SharePoint Online Commands. I am able to install the PnP module from the powershell gallery, but not the SPO module.

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  16. CLS command doesn't clears the screen.

    While working with Azure Cloud Shell - Powershell Preview, I observed that running ""CLS" command doesn't clears that screen, rather it hides the old commands & their output & it can be viewed by scrolling up.

    It would be nice to have same functionality as we do have in powershell for CLS function.

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  17. Enter-AzureRmVM Created NSG Rule Should Not Be Persistent

    Currently, when Enter-AzureRmVm is used, a Network Security Group rule opening WinRm HTTP 5985 is opened for any source and destination IP. When the session is closed, the NSG Rule remains.

    This rule should be destroyed when closing the session. After talking to Hemant, the most likely best approach would be to set a default session time limit, and add a parameter to specify a limit if the default is not desired. Then, automation could be scheduled at the specified time limit to destroy the NSG that was created. This would allow the VM to only have the network security…

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  18. Very slow to spin up a VM - had to cancel after 15 minutes and do it again

    Very slow to spin up a VM. I cancel after 15 minutes - and tried again - more than 10 minutes to execute

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    Se hva som er tinglyst på eiendommen

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