## How to deallocate the Azure VM using Azure CLI in PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:22:59
To deallocate the Azure VM using Azure CLI, we need to use the VM deallocation command az vm deallocate and need to provide the name of the VM and the resource group of the VM.Before running the deallocation command, make sure that you are connected to the proper azure subscription and the azure account.PS C:\> az vm deallocate -n VMName -g RGName --verboseOr you can usePS C:\> az vm deallocate --name VMName --resource-group RGName --verboseIf you are working on the multiple VMs, you can also apply the --no-wait parameter to continue next operation without waiting for the VM to stop.PS C:\> ... Read More

## How to connect to SSH using PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:21:19
It is possible to connect the non-windows target machines with the PowerShell using the SSH command in PowerShell. For that, you need to use the below format.ssh username@servernameThe below example shows how we can connect the non-windows target machine.PS C:\> ssh ansible@192.168.0.104OutputOnce you run this command the first time for any new server the setting will be added to the path .ssh/known_hosts in the user profile.

## How to delete the windows certificate using PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:20:06

## How to retrieve the Azure VM deallocated date using PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:16:56
To get the Azure VM deallocated date using PowerShell we can use the below command.PS C:\> Get-AzVM -VMName Win2k16VM1 -ResourceGroupName TestVMRG -StatusHere it will retrieve the PowerState of the VM.To retrieve the date when the VM was deallocated, we need to filter out the result.PS C:\> $vm = Get-AzVM -VMName Win2k16VM1 -ResourceGroupName TestVMRG - Status PS C:\>$vm.Statuses[0].TimeOutputSaturday, June 19, 2021 12:49:16 PM

## How to get the Power state of the Azure VM using PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:12:01
There are the below Power State for the Azure VM.Starting − The virtual machine is being started.Running − The virtual machine is currently runningStopping − The virtual machine is being stoppedStopped − The virtual machine is currently stopped and but still incur compute charges.Deallocating − The virtual machine is being deallocated.Deallocated − The virtual machine is deallocated and released all the resources and does not incur the charges.- − The Power State of the virtual machine is unknown.To get the status of the virtual machine, there are two ways.PS C:\> Get-AzVM -VMName Win2k16VM1 -StatusOutputYou can see the PowerState of the ... Read More

## How to change the size of the Azure VM using PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:08:35
First, to retrieve the size of the Azure VM that is currently applied, we can use the below command.PS C:\> $vm = Get-AzVM -VMName VMName PS C:\>$vm.HardwareProfile.VmSizeOutputStandard_B1msNow to get the size of the Azure VMs available in the particular location we can use the below command.PS C:\> Get-AzVMSize -VMName $vm.Name -ResourceGroupName$vm.ResourceGroupNameYou will get all the available sizes for Azure VM.Now we need to set the VM size. Here we will first set the size of the VM and then we will update the virtual machine to take the updated size.PS C:\> \$vm.HardwareProfile.VmSize = 'Standard_B2ms' PS C:\> Update-AzVM -VM ... Read More

## How to get the Azure images available from the specific publisher using PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:06:36
To get the Azure images available from specific publishers like Microsoft at a specific location, we can use the Get-AzVMImageOffer command. For example, the below command will retrieve all the images available in the EastUs location and from the publisher MicrosoftWindowsServer.PS C:\> Get-AzVMImageOffer -Location Eastus -PublisherName "MicrosoftWindowsServer"OutputFrom the RedHat,PS C:\> Get-AzVMImageOffer -Location Eastus -PublisherName RedHatOutput

## How to get the Azure Image publishers available at the location using PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:04:36
You can get the Azure images and the Publisher name from the Azure MarketPlace. To get the Azure Images publishers available at the specific location using PowerShell, we can use the GetAzVMImagePublisher command and need to provide the location to get the available publishers.For Example, PS C:\> Get-AzVMImagePublisher -Location EastusThe above command will get all the image publishers available at that location. To get only the publishers, you can filter out the output.PS C:\> Get-AzVMImagePublisher -Location Eastus | Select PublisherNameOutputxcontentptyltd-1329748 xendata-inc xfinityinc xilinx xoriantsolutionspvtltd xtremedata xyzrd-group-ou yellowfin yellowfininternationalptyltd1616363974066 yokogawarentalleasecorporation your-shop-onlineYou can filter the specific publisher as shown below.PS C:\> Get-AzVMImagePublisher ... Read More

## How to retrieve the OS caching setting of Azure VM using AzureCLI in PowerShell?

Updated on 02-Sep-2021 11:02:24
To retrieve the OS Caching setting of the Azure VM using CLI, we can use the below command.PS C:\> az vm show -n VMName -g VMRG --query storageProfile.osDisk.caching -otsvOutputReadWriteYou can also get the caching setting on the Azure VM without using the resource group name using the command below.PS C:\> az vm list --query "[?name=='vmname'].storageProfile.osDisk.caching" -otsvIf you need to retrieve the setting for all VMs then,PS C:\> az vm list --query "[].{VMName:name, ResourceGroup:resourceGroup, caching:storageProfile.osDisk.caching}" -otable