For some reason I run into an issue today when I was creating this blogpost where after signing in with PowerShell to Azure with Connect-AzAccount I was unable to run any other commands. I have tried all different kind of possible solution, from clearing cache, temp folders, reboot, installing updates… Read more »
As a Cloud Solution Provider we work a lot with Microsofts Partner Center. But not every customer has an Azure subscription that has been bought through the CSP model. Because we try to allign our procedures we where looking into accessing Azure subscriptions through Parnter Center. This will also cut… Read more »
At Microsoft Ignite 2018, Microsoft has announced a new way for learning Azure, Business Applications like Power BI and Dynamics and for Visual Studio called Microsoft Learn! Microsoft Learn delivers over 80 hours of learning material in 23 different languages and best of all – Microsoft Learn is free! Right after… Read more »
Recently I was working on a migration from ASM to ASR where an ExpressRoute and VNET-to-VNET was involved. In this migration I wanted to migrate everything away from ASM to ARM. In documentation found on the internet I found how to move the ExpressRoute from classic to Resource Manager. However… Read more »
Have you ever been in the situation that your Azure PowerShell command isn’t working? First try to update your Azure PowerShell version! How? Simple, by running the following command with local Administrator rights on your machine. Install-Module AzureRM -Force Install-Module Azure -Force If you would like to now what has been… Read more »
So there you are, sitting at home when a customer rings complaining that they have lost all connectivity through their ExpressRoute. ..Panic! You perform your standard troubleshooting but the ER seems fine, switches are behaving as expected and all seems well. Even a ticket to MS themselves and to your… Read more »
Since we have upgraded our Azure Powershell to version 1.* we are unable to run the command “New-AzureLocalNetworkGateway”. Each time we run the command we run into a different error.