If you’ve used the Azure Resource Manager (AzureRM) PowerShell module much, you may have noticed it may sometimes behave strangely. In this post, I’m going to share one that had me stuck for longer than I care to admit…
I try my best to make new technical posts on this blog every Wednesday morning. They vary in length, skill level, and sometimes even usefulness. Today I wanted to share that my first Pluralsight course was published last week: Getting Started with Azure Automation.
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So, you’ve got a certificate stored in Azure Key Vault that you want to download with PowerShell and use on a computer, or some hosted service. How do you get it and actually use it? Well, here, I’ll show you.