Move VMs from & to anywhere in Azure

Automatically move VMs from anywhere & to anywhere in Azure:

  • Move VMs across subscriptions
  • Move VMs across tenants
  • In the same region or across regions
  • No downtime on the source VM (if there’s no data disks), the source VM remains in-tact
  • Copies both the OS disk and any data disks attached to the VM
  • Both Standard & Premium managed disks supported

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Works with ARM Managed Disk based VMs only. This script is fully automatic and cleans up temp disks & storage accounts at the very end. It shows the copy process and doesn’t waste time by coping white space on disks (e.g. if you had a 1023GB disk and only 1GB was in use, the time it takes to copy 1GB of data). If you had multiple data disks attached to a VM, this script keeps a track of the disk LUN numbers, when you re-attach the disks at the end using the Azure portal, you simply attach the data disks in the order of the LUN number specified on the data disks.

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Instructions:

  • Run the script
  • It prompts you for source & target credentials & subscriptions
  • prompts you to select a source VM from a list of managed disk based VMs
  • prompts you to select a target region from a list of Azure regions
  • prompts you to enter a target resource group
  • It will prompt you to shut down the source VM if there’s data disks, it can’t possibly copy all the disks in sync, the end state will be un-comprehensible.

This script sets up the target resource group along with exact copies of managed disks from the source VM. The script uses its own naming convention for the target disks as per the screenshot above (with the date tacked on the end). From there, you manually create the new VM using the Azure portal and attach the disks back to the VM and follow the process of creating a normal VM in the Azure portal.

In the Azure portal on the OS managed disk blade, choose the option to ‘Create VM‘ and and follow your nose to create a VM in the Azure portal, then attach any data disks in the order of LUN IDs specified in the data disk display names (starting at xero).

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If you have issues with the script below (errors etc), check first the very top line and install the same PowerShell module that I wrote the script with.

<#
Written with version 2.8.0 of the Azure PowerShell Module
available from here https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/releases/tag/v2.8.0-October2019
or run: Install-Module -Name Az -RequiredVersion 2.6.0 -AllowClobber
Migration instructions Azure.RM to Az – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/how-to-migrate-from-azurerm-to-az-in-azure-powershell/
#>
# from https://poshtools.com/2018/04/10/cross-platform-out-gridview-using-universal-dashboard/
function Out-GridView
{
<#
.SYNOPSIS
Send objects to Out-Gridview in Windows PowerShell
.DESCRIPTION
This command is intended as a workaround for PowerShell Core running on a Windows platform, presumably Windows 10. PowerShell Core does not support all of the .NET Framework which means some commands like Out-Gridview are not supported. However, on a Windows desktop you are most likely running Windows PowerShell side by side with PowerShell Core. This command is designed to take objects from a PowerShell expression and send it to an instance of Windows PowerShell running Out-Gridview. You can specify a title and pass objects back to your PowerShell Core session. Note that passed objects will be deserialized versions of the original objects.
.PARAMETER Title
Specify a Title for the Out-Gridview window
.PARAMETER Passthru
Pass selected objects from Out-Gridview back to your PowerShell Core session.
.EXAMPLE
PS C:\> get-childitem c:\scripts\*.ps1 | Send-ToPSGridview -title "My Scripts"
Press Enter to continue…:
Display all ps1 files in Out-Gridview. You must press Enter to continue.
.EXAMPLE
PS C:\> get-service | where status -eq 'running' | Send-ToPSGridView -Passthru | Restart-service -PassThru
Press Enter to continue…:
Status Name DisplayName
—— —- ———–
Running BluetoothUserSe… Bluetooth User Support Service_17b710
Running Audiosrv Windows Audio
Get all running services and pipe to Out-Gridview where you can select services which will be restarted.
.EXAMPLE
PS C:\> $val = 1..10 | Send-ToPSGridView -Title "Select some numbers" -Passthru
Press Enter to continue…:
PS C:\> $val
4
8
6
PS C:\> $val | Measure-Object -sum
Count : 3
Average :
Sum : 18
Maximum :
Minimum :
StandardDeviation :
Property :
Send the numbers 1 to 10 to Out-Gridview where you can select a few. The results are saved to a variable in the PowerShell Core session where you can use them.
.INPUTS
System.Object
.OUTPUTS
None, Deserialized.System.Object[]
.NOTES
Learn more about PowerShell: http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/essential-powershell-resources/
#>
[cmdletbinding()]
[alias("ogv")]
[OutputType("None", "Deserialized.System.Object[]")]
Param(
[Parameter(Position = 0, ValueFromPipeline, Mandatory)]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[object[]]$InputObject,
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[string]$Title = "Out-GridView",
[switch]$Passthru
)
Begin {
Write-Verbose "[$((Get-Date).TimeofDay) BEGIN ] Starting $($myinvocation.mycommand)"
#validate running on a Windows platform`
if ($PSVersionTable.Platform -ne 'Win32NT') {
Throw "This command requires a Windows platform with a graphical operating system like Windows 10."
}
#initialize an array to hold pipelined objects
$data = @()
#save foreground color
$fg = $host.ui.RawUI.ForegroundColor
} #begin
Process {
Write-Verbose "[$((Get-Date).TimeofDay) PROCESS] Adding object"
$data += $InputObject
} #process
End {
Write-Verbose "[$((Get-Date).TimeofDay) END ] Creating a temporary xml file with the data"
$tempFile = Join-Path path $env:temp ChildPath ogvTemp.xml
$data | Export-Clixml Path $tempFile
Write-Verbose "[$((Get-Date).TimeofDay) END ] Starting up a PowerShell.exe instance"
PowerShell.exe nologo noprofile command {
param([string]$Path, [string]$Title = "Out-Gridview", [bool]$Passthru)
Import-Clixml Path $path | Out-Gridview title $Title passthru:$Passthru
#a pause is required because if you don't use -Passthru the command will automatically complete and close
$host.ui.RawUI.ForegroundColor = "yellow"
Pause
} args $tempFile, $Title, ($passthru -as [bool])
if (Test-Path Path $tempFile) {
Write-Verbose "[$((Get-Date).TimeofDay) END ] Removing $tempFile"
Remove-Item Path $tempFile
}
#restore foreground color
$host.ui.RawUI.ForegroundColor = $fg
Write-Verbose "[$((Get-Date).TimeofDay) END ] Ending $($myinvocation.mycommand)"
} #end
} #close Send-ToPSGridView
##########################################################################################
######################## Migration Motivation & Direction #########################
##########################################################################################
#region Migration Motivation | @marckean
#creating object os WScript
$wshell = New-Object ComObject Wscript.Shell ErrorAction Stop
$SourceTargetAccount = $null # Yes = 6, No = 7
$SourceTargetAccount = $wshell.Popup("Do you use the same logon account to access both Source & Target subscriptions?",0,"Hello User?",48+4)
##########################################################################################
############################ Logon to Source & Target #############################
##########################################################################################
#region Logon to Source & Target environment | @marckean
$TargetUserProfile = $null
if ($SourceTargetAccount -eq '7') { # Yes = 6, No = 7
# Logon to Source environment | @marckean
cls
Write-Host "`nEnter credentials for the SOURCE Azure subscription.`n" ForegroundColor Cyan
$SourcePath = "$($env:TEMP)\$(Get-Date Format yyyyMMdd)SourceEnv.json"
Remove-Item Path $SourcePath Force ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
#Clear-AzContext -Scope CurrentUser;Clear-AzContext -Scope Process
Connect-AzAccount
$SourceSubscriptionList = Get-AzSubscription
$SourceSubscription = ($SourceSubscriptionList | Out-GridView Title "Choose a Source Subscription …" PassThru)
Select-AzSubscription Subscription $SourceSubscription
Save-AzContext Path $SourcePath Force
# Logon to Target environment | @marckean
Write-Host "`nEnter credentials for the TARGET Azure subscription.`n" ForegroundColor Cyan
$TargetPath = "$($env:TEMP)\$(Get-Date Format yyyyMMdd)TargetEnv.json"
Remove-Item Path $TargetPath Force ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
#Clear-AzContext -Scope CurrentUser;Clear-AzContext -Scope Process
Connect-AzAccount
$TargetSubscriptionList = Get-AzSubscription
$TargetSubscription = ($TargetSubscriptionList | Out-GridView Title "Choose a Target Subscription …" PassThru)
Select-AzSubscription Subscription $TargetSubscription
Save-AzContext Path $TargetPath Force
}
else {
# Logon to Azure environment | @marckean
Write-Host "`nEnter credentials for the SOURCE Azure subscription.`n" ForegroundColor Cyan
$SourcePath = "$($env:TEMP)\$(Get-Date Format yyyyMMdd)SourceEnv.json"
$TargetPath = "$($env:TEMP)\$(Get-Date Format yyyyMMdd)TargetEnv.json"
Remove-Item Path $SourcePath Force ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
Remove-Item Path $TargetPath Force ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
#Clear-AzContext -Scope CurrentUser;Clear-AzContext -Scope Process
Connect-AzAccount
$SubscriptionList = Get-AzSubscription
#Source Subscription
$SourceSubscription = ($SubscriptionList | Out-GridView Title "Choose a Source Subscription …" PassThru)
Select-AzSubscription Subscription $SourceSubscription
Save-AzContext Path $SourcePath Force
#Target Subscription
$TargetSubscription = ($SubscriptionList | Out-GridView Title "Choose a Target Subscription …" PassThru)
Select-AzSubscription Subscription $TargetSubscription
Save-AzContext Path $TargetPath Force
}
#endregion
##########################################################################################
################################### Functions ####################################
##########################################################################################
#region Azure Subscription Functions | @marckean
Function SourceSubscription {Import-AzContext Path $SourcePath}
Function TargetSubscription {Import-AzContext Path $TargetPath}
function MDtoSAStoMD {
TargetSubscription
# Check to see if the target disk already exists
if (!(Get-AzDisk ResourceGroupName $targetResourceGroupName DiskName $ManagedDisk.TargetName ea SilentlyContinue)) {
SourceSubscription
# Get a copy of the current managed disk while VM is in use to use as a temp disk
if ($ShutDownDirection -eq '7' -or !$ShutDownDirection) {
# Create a TEMP managed disk of the running VM in the same region
$TempSourceDiskName = ('TEMP_' + $ManagedDisk.SourceName)
# Create temp copy of the original disk
$diskConfig = New-AzDiskConfig SourceResourceId $managedDisk.Id Location $managedDisk.Location CreateOption Copy
New-AzDisk Disk $diskConfig DiskName $TempSourceDiskName ResourceGroupName $managedDisk.ResourceGroupName
$sas = Grant-AzDiskAccess ResourceGroupName $ManagedDisk.ResourceGroupName DiskName $TempSourceDiskName `
DurationInSecond 3600 Access Read
}
if ($ShutDownDirection -eq '6') { # Yes = 6, No = 7
$sas = Grant-AzDiskAccess ResourceGroupName $ManagedDisk.ResourceGroupName DiskName $ManagedDisk.SourceName `
DurationInSecond 3600 Access Read
}
TargetSubscription
$StorageAccount = New-AzStorageAccount Name (Get-Random Minimum 11111111111111 Maximum 99999999999999) `
ResourceGroupName $TargetResourceGroupName SkuName Standard_LRS Location $TargetLocation
$StorageAccountKey = Get-AzStorageAccountKey ResourceGroupName $StorageAccount.ResourceGroupName `
Name $StorageAccount.StorageAccountName
$destContext = New-AzStorageContext –StorageAccountName $StorageAccount.StorageAccountName `
StorageAccountKey ($StorageAccountKey).Value[0]
#Ensure the container is created to store the OS VHD | @marckean
$containerName = 'vhds'
if (!(Get-AzStorageContainer Context $destContext | where {$_.Name -eq $containerName})) {
cls
Write-Verbose "Container $containerName not found. Creating…"
New-AzStorageContainer Context $destContext Name $containerName Permission Off
}
$blob = Start-AzStorageBlobCopy AbsoluteUri $sas.AccessSAS DestContainer 'vhds' `
DestContext $destContext DestBlob ($ManagedDisk.TargetName + ".vhd")
# Retrieve the current status of the copy operation | @marckean
$status = $blob | Get-AzStorageBlobCopyState
Start-Sleep 5; $status; Start-Sleep 5; $status
Write-Host "`n`tCopying the Managed Disk" $ManagedDisk.SourceName "" ForegroundColor Cyan
#Loop until complete | @marckean
While ($status.Status -eq "Pending") {
$status = $blob | Get-AzStorageBlobCopyState
Start-Sleep 10
#Print out status
Write-Host "`n`tCopying the Managed Disk…" ForegroundColor Cyan
$status | Out-Host
}
# Create the managed disk – convert storage based VHD to a managed disk
$VHDContainer = Get-AzStorageContainer Context $destContext ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | ? {$_.Name -like $containerName}
$BlobEndPoint = (Get-AzStorageBlob Container $containerName Context $destContext |
? {$_.Name -match ($ManagedDisk.TargetName)}).Context.BlobEndPoint
$AzsrcUri = "{0}{1}/{2}" -f $BlobEndPoint, $VHDContainer.Name, (($ManagedDisk.TargetName) + ".vhd")
$diskConfig = New-AzDiskConfig AccountType $ManagedDisk.AccountType Location $TargetLocation `
CreateOption Import SourceUri $AzsrcUri StorageAccountId $StorageAccount.Id `
DiskSizeGB $ManagedDisk.DiskSizeGB OsType $ManagedDisk.OsType
# Create a new managed disk in the target subscription from the copied disk
New-AzDisk Disk $diskConfig DiskName $ManagedDisk.TargetName ResourceGroupName $targetResourceGroupName
# Clean up at the end
SourceSubscription
if ($ShutDownDirection -eq '7' -or !$ShutDownDirection) { # Yes = 6, No = 7
Revoke-AzDiskAccess ResourceGroupName $ManagedDisk.ResourceGroupName DiskName $TempSourceDiskName
# Remove the TEMP managed disk
Remove-AzDisk ResourceGroupName $ManagedDisk.ResourceGroupName DiskName $TempSourceDiskName Force
}
if ($ShutDownDirection -eq '6') { # Yes = 6, No = 7
# Working with production source disks, don't remove them
Revoke-AzDiskAccess ResourceGroupName $ManagedDisk.ResourceGroupName DiskName $ManagedDisk.SourceName
}
TargetSubscription
Remove-AzStorageAccount ResourceGroupName $TargetResourceGroupName Name $StorageAccount.StorageAccountName Force
}
}
#endregion
##########################################################################################
####################### Select Source Virtual Machine ############################
##########################################################################################
#region Select Azure Source Virtual Machine | @marckean
cls
SourceSubscription
write-host nonewline "`n`tIn subscription… " ForegroundColor Yellow; `
write-host nonewline $SourceSubscription.Name`n ForegroundColor Green;
write-host nonewline "`n`tPlease choose a " ForegroundColor Yellow; `
write-host nonewline "Virtual Machine " ForegroundColor Green
start-sleep seconds 1
# Get Virtual Machines that contain Managed Disks only – either as an OS Disk or as a Data Disk
<#$VirtualMachines = Find-AzResource -ExpandProperties -ResourceType 'Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines' |
? {$_.Properties.storageProfile.osDisk.managedDisk -or $_.Properties.storageProfile.dataDisks.managedDisk}#>
$VirtualMachines = Get-AzVM | ? {$_.storageProfile.osDisk.managedDisk -or $_.storageProfile.dataDisks.managedDisk} | select *
$SourceVM = ($VirtualMachines | Out-GridView Title "Select a source Virtual Machine …" PassThru)
#$SourceVM = Get-AzResource -ResourceGroupName $SourceVM.ResourceGroupName -ResourceType $SourceVM.Type -ApiVersion 2019-08-01 | select * -ExpandProperties
write-host nonewline "`n`tYou selected this Virtual Machine: " ForegroundColor Yellow; `
write-host nonewline $SourceVM.name`n ForegroundColor Green; `
start-sleep seconds 3
#endregion
##########################################################################################
######################## Virtual Machine Managed Disks #############################
##########################################################################################
#region Virtual Machine Data Disks | @marckean
SourceSubscription
# Get any data disks associated with the source VM
$managedOSDiskname = $SourceVM.storageProfile.osDisk.name
#endregion
##########################################################################################
############################## Target Location ###################################
##########################################################################################
#region Virtual Machine Data Disks | @marckean
SourceSubscription
$locations = Get-AzLocation
$TargetLocation = ($locations | Out-GridView Title "Choose a target location where to copy the managed disks to …" PassThru).location
#endregion
##########################################################################################
############################ Target Resource Group ################################
##########################################################################################
#region Target Azure Resource Group – Region and Resource Group creation | @marckean
######################## | Select Azure RM Resource Group | ####################### | @marckean | @marckean
TargetSubscription
cls
Write-Host "`n`tGathering a list of all Azure ARM Resource Groups Azure…" ForegroundColor Cyan
$TargetResourcegroups = Get-AzResourceGroup | select ResourceGroupName, Location ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$TargetResourcegroups | ft
write-host nonewline "Existing Resource Groups listed above (copy & paste) an existing one or enter a new Resource Group name: " `
ForegroundColor Green
$choice = read-host
$TargetResourceGroupName = $choice -replace "\s", ""
write-host nonewline "`n`tThe Resource Group where new managed disk will be moved to: " ForegroundColor Yellow; `
write-host nonewline $TargetResourceGroupName`n ForegroundColor Green; `
start-sleep seconds 3
####################### | Create the target Resource Group – if it doesn't exist | ####################### | @marckean
cls
Write-Host "`n`tCreating the target Resource group $TargetResourceGroupName (if it don't exist already)…" `
ForegroundColor Cyan
if (!(Get-AzResourceGroup Name $TargetResourceGroupName ErrorAction SilentlyContinue)) {
New-AzResourceGroup Name $TargetResourceGroupName Location $TargetLocation Force
}
#endregion
##########################################################################################
################# Build the Managed Disk Object for use later #######################
##########################################################################################
#region Build the Managed Disk Object for use later
SourceSubscription
#Get the source managed disks
$ManagedDisks = @()
$managedOSDisk = Get-AzDisk | ? {$_.Name -eq $managedOSDiskName}
# Data disks
foreach ($ManagedDisk in $SourceVM.storageProfile.dataDisks) {
$DataDisk = (Get-AzDisk | ? {$_.Name -eq $ManagedDisk.Name})
$x = [PSCustomObject] @{
SourceName = $ManagedDisk.Name
TargetName = '{0}{5}{4}{5}{1}{2}{5}{3}' -f 'Data', 'Lun', $ManagedDisk.lun, (Get-Date Format yyyyMMdd), $SourceVM.Name, '_'
ResourceGroupName = $DataDisk.ResourceGroupName
Lun = $ManagedDisk.lun
Location = $DataDisk.location
Id = $DataDisk.id
AccountType = $DataDisk.Sku.Name
DiskSizeGB = $DataDisk.DiskSizeGB
DiskType = 'Data'
}
$ManagedDisks += $x
}
# OS disks
$x = [PSCustomObject] @{
SourceName = $managedOSDisk.Name
TargetName = '{0}{3}{2}{3}{1}' -f 'OS', (Get-Date Format yyyyMMdd), $SourceVM.Name, '_'
ResourceGroupName = $managedOSDisk.ResourceGroupName
Lun = $managedOSDisk.lun
Location = ($managedOSDisk).location
Id = ($managedOSDisk).id
AccountType = ($managedOSDisk).Sku.Name
DiskSizeGB = $managedOSDisk.diskSizeGB
DiskType = 'OS'
OsType = ($managedOSDisk).OsType
}
$ManagedDisks += $x
#endregion
##########################################################################################
############################# Shutdown Source VM #################################
##########################################################################################
#region Shut-down source VM | @marckean
if ($ManagedDisks.disktype -contains 'Data') {
SourceSubscription
$ProvisioningState = (Get-AzVM ResourceGroupName $SourceVM.ResourceGroupName Name $SourceVM.Name Status).Statuses.displaystatus
if ($ProvisioningState -notcontains 'VM deallocated') {
# Yes = 6, No = 7
$ShutDownDirection = $wshell.Popup("As you have multiple disks, it's strongly suggested we shut-down the source VM?", 0, "Shutdown Direction", 48 + 4)
if ($ShutDownDirection -eq '6') {
cls
write-host nonewline "`n`tShutting down… " ForegroundColor Yellow; `
write-host nonewline $SourceVM.Name`n ForegroundColor Green
start-sleep seconds 1
Stop-AzVM Name $SourceVM.Name ResourceGroupName $SourceVM.ResourceGroupName Force
}
}
}
#endregion
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################### The script does the work, grab a coffee ########################
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cls
Write-Host "`n`tThe script is doing the work, grab a coffee…" ForegroundColor Cyan;
write-host nonewline "`n`tCheck the target Resource Group shortly for the new copied Managed Disk…`n`n" `
ForegroundColor Yellow
##########################################################################################
################### Copy Managed Disk within the same Tenant ########################
##########################################################################################
#region If the Source and Target user account is the same
if ($SourceTargetAccount -eq '6') { # Yes = 6, No = 7
TargetSubscription
foreach ($ManagedDisk in $ManagedDisks) {
# In the same location
if ($ManagedDisk.Location -eq $TargetLocation) {
$diskConfig = New-AzDiskConfig SourceResourceId $managedDisk.Id Location $TargetLocation CreateOption Copy
#Create a new managed disk in the target subscription and resource group
$TargetManagedDisk = New-AzDisk Disk $diskConfig DiskName $ManagedDisk.TargetName `
ResourceGroupName $targetResourceGroupName
}
# In different locations
if ($ManagedDisk.Location -ne $TargetLocation) {
MDtoSAStoMD
}
}
}
#endregion
##########################################################################################
####################### Copy Managed Disk Across Tenants ############################
##########################################################################################
#region If the Source and Target user account is NOT the same
if ($SourceTargetAccount -eq '7') { # Yes = 6, No = 7
foreach ($ManagedDisk in $ManagedDisks) {
MDtoSAStoMD
}
}
#endregion

5 Comments

  1. martin chamambo

    Good day , i was implementing your script and its throwing an error after copying some data as shown below

    Copying the Managed Disk…

    CopyId : 7c9c7632-c336-41e1-994c-d067860cff5f
    CompletionTime : 3/17/2019 9:22:38 AM +00:00
    Status : Failed
    Source : https://md-nckrg2gdpq2t.blob.core.windows.net/vt3wbbdw02kf/abcd?sv=2017-04-17&sr=b&si=ffdeac3e-5976-44fd-ad59-1edfdd791742&si
    g=ZYpAZpHPyL2XY9b4ybb%2BNbkUxwOKGhDHX6U3DOa8EhA%3D
    BytesCopied : 81612800000
    TotalBytes : 1098437886464
    StatusDescription : 403 AuthenticationFailed “Copy failed when reading the source.”
    DestinationSnapshotTime :

    New-AzDisk : Cannot import source blob https://46944050949490.blob.core.windows.net/vhds/Data_QlikSenseProd_Lun0_20190317.vhd since it has not been
    completely copied yet. Copy status of the blob is CopyFailed.
    ErrorCode: BadRequest
    ErrorMessage: Cannot import source blob https://46944050949490.blob.core.windows.net/vhds/Data_QlikSenseProd_Lun0_20190317.vhd since it has not been
    completely copied yet. Copy status of the blob is CopyFailed.
    ErrorTarget:
    StatusCode: 400
    ReasonPhrase: Bad Request
    OperationID : 49581a14-aeed-4e70-8247-8ea454e0c571
    At C:\Users\martin\Desktop\Untitled2.ps1:172 char:9
    + New-AzDisk -Disk $diskConfig -DiskName $ManagedDisk.TargetNam …
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : CloseError: (:) [New-AzDisk], ComputeCloudException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.Azure.Commands.Compute.Automation.NewAzureRmDisk

    AZURE_USERNAME_HERE Microsoft Azure 82a44e23-540a-4a9c-a1b7-13cb490e80c8 AzureCloud

    Name : 762a48b6-c0a4-44b6-860a-0f7799bbb925
    StartTime : 3/17/2019 11:23:04 AM
    EndTime : 3/17/2019 11:23:37 AM
    Status : Succeeded
    Error :

    AZURE_USERNAME_HERE Microsoft Azure 82a44e23-540a-4a9c-a1b7-13cb490e80c8 AzureCloud
    AZURE_USERNAME_HERE Microsoft Azure 82a44e23-540a-4a9c-a1b7-13cb490e80c8 AzureCloud
    AZURE_USERNAME_HERE Microsoft Azure 82a44e23-540a-4a9c-a1b7-13cb490e80c8 AzureCloud

    1. It’s the time it takes for the SAS URL to be alive for

  2. ok maybe i’m slow, where is the script?

    1. It’s there, hit refresh

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