Getting Started with Azure – Backing Up VMs

In my last post, I provided you with some simple steps on how to “Get Started” with the Azure Backup service by focusing on the Backup Vault and Policies that are associated with Vaults and VMs. Starting from there, I would like to go to the next and final step, which is the actual Backing…


Getting Started with Azure – Backup Vaults & Policies

One of the biggest questions that we have been getting from either customers that are new to Azure or who are considering Azure, is how can I quickly get up and running with Azure. Needless to say, that is a pretty tough question to answer considering the number of different problems that a customer may…


Install SQL Server onto an Azure VM using PowerShell DSC

The Azure marketplace has quite a few prebuilt virtual machines with SQL Server already in them from versions SQL Server 2008R2 to SQL Server 2016. You can also use the BYOL versions to provide your own SQL Server license if you prefer. However, you may still wish to have more control over the installation process…

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Move the Azure temporary disk to a different drive letter on Windows Server

On occasion you may have a need to move the Azure temporary drive to a different drive letter. Azure by default is set to use the D drive. This drive letter configuration may conflict with existing scripts or company OS installation standards. I’ve created an ARM template that uses PowerShell DSC to allow you to…

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