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Controlling Azure Virtual Machines from PowerShell

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10 Feb 2020CPOL2 min read
Windows Azure portal has the full breadth of Azure visually displayed for you to see your Azure subscription and discover new things on the platform. But manually clicking through to provision a new VM or restart a VM isn’t the dream.

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