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AVD Automation Cocktail – AVD automated with Azure CLI

Welcome to the AVD Automation Cocktail. In this cocktail series I will show different AVD deployment strategies and languages. In this cocktail, the Sweet Orange Sunset, I will show you how to deploy an AVD environment automated with Azure CLI.

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Change AVD disk size based on a Shared Image Gallery image automated

It is very common to use a golden image in avd environments. Some are using Azure images, others are using a Shared Image Gallery. A great advantage of using preconfigured images is that you just have to create a new session host from that image and you’re all set.

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Launching the first version of Az.Avd WVD PowerShell module

During my travel the past year in the world of AVD I noticed I’m using the common Az.DesktopVirtualization PowerShell module very often, but there are some limits.

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Session available Dutch Azure Virtual Desktop User Group

Past week (at Monday 11 January) I spoke at he Dutch Azure Virtual Desktop User Group. The subject was automation in a Azure Virtual Desktop combined with the Azure Shared Image Gallery.

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Automatically backup Azure resources to an Azure Storage Account in JSON

In this quick blog post I will explain a way how to backup Azure resources and how to restore them with PowerShell, in JSON format, to an Azure Storage Account which is “deployment ready”.

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Deploy Azure Monitor for AVD automated

Monitoring user environments will help you getting sights what is going on and will help you solving problems. An Azure Virtual Desktop environment isn’t an exception.

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Enable RDP ShortPath for WVD on an image version automated

Since Windows Virtual Desktop is generally available a lot of improvements has been done. Think about ARM template deployment, MSIX app attach through the Azure portal and performance improvements in the WVD client and latency improvements at the most of the regions.

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Disaster recovery plan for Azure Key Vault using tags, PowerShell and Azure Function

By default the Azure Key Vault has softdelete enabled with a 90 day retention. This option will protect Key Vault items when deleted by accident. When deleted you are able to restore that item through the portal or PowerShell.

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