Before running any Azure PowerShell command you need to install the Azure PowerShell SDK on your machine. To check if you already have this installed run the command: PS C:\> Get-Module -ListAvailable Azure Directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Azure\PowerShell\ServiceManagement   ModuleType Version Name ExportedCommands ———- ——- —- —————- Manifest 1.0.1 Azure {Disable-   AzureServiceProjectRemoteDesktop, Enable-AzureSer…   … Continue reading Azure PowerShell SDK

Nuget packages are a popular way to distribute .NET libraries both internally and externally. Creating a nuget package from a project source is easy. In the command window, navigate to the project directory nuget spec nuget pack <Project>.csproj or Nuget pack <Project>.vbproj That is quite straightforward and easy to script. However this process has two … Continue reading Nuget Package Create through Powershell