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Displaying Information about a VM in Azure with PowerShell

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Displaying Information about a VM in Azure with PowerShell

Another post in a series bringing you up to speed on managing VMs with Azure's resource manager templates and power shell. This one gives you a look into VM information.

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I recently recorded this video as a companion to the Azure Documentation page – “Deploy and manage virtual machines using Azure Resource Manager templates and PowerShell”, and specifically showing off the task “Displaying Information about a Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure with PowerShell

I hope you find it useful!

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