My previous video walked through the process of using the old Visual Studio Team Services VS Code extension. That extension has now been deprecated. With the latest version or VS Code (I installed v 1.28.1) you should see the Azure Repos extension baked into VS Code. The only other requirement
As you may or may not know, I recently decommissioned my old Dell PowerEdge 1950 server that I used for a few Lab virtual machines. While experimenting with PowerShell on these Virtual Machines, I have found myself in the situation where it would be easier to delete the Virtual Machines
I recently started an Azure subscription in order to move all the servers I use to test PowerShell code to the cloud. Right now I have only a couple Virtual Machines, one running Windows Server 2016, that’s my Domain Controller. I also have a Windows Server 2012 R2 Virtual Machine
Something a little different with this video, no PowerShell goodness. I’m an Azure rookie, and I’ve had a few challenges getting a VMs up and running. I’ll have a few more videos documenting what I’ve learned so hopefully, it will allow you to get spun up quicker than I.