Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Azure Scripts

 Azure Scripts:
Azure > Storage account > File shares > SMB File share
To connect to this Azure file share from Windows, run the PowerShell commands from a normal (not elevated) PowerShell terminal:
$connectTestResult = Test-NetConnection -ComputerName mystorageaccsree.file.core.windows.net -Port 445
if ($connectTestResult.TcpTestSucceeded) {
   
# Save the password so the drive will persist on reboot
 cmd.exe /C "cmdkey /add:`"mystorageaccsree.file.core.windows.net`" /user:`"localhost\mystorageaccsree`" /pass:`"zmKoauV41A9Lt9PUwt+xTSDeQaySe2yfldlhJPVU2gYfY0KWL7VB+OXvtO73WQTUkm7GRXmwC90j+ASt7Vdj/Q==`""
    
# Mount the drive
 New-PSDrive -Name Z -PSProvider FileSystem -Root "\\mystorageaccsree.file.core.windows.net\myfile123" -Persist
else {  
Write-Error -Message "Unable to reach the Azure storage account via port 445. Check to make sure your organization or ISP is not blocking port 445, or use Azure P2S VPN, Azure S2S VPN, or Express Route to tunnel SMB traffic over a different port."
}
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#AZURE BASH SCRIPT:
#Create a blob storage using CLI:
#az storage account create -n <storage account name> -g <resource group name> -l westus --sku Standard_LRS
az storage account create -n storageaccountsree123 -g rg_eastus_52415_1_171886025677 -l westus --sku Standard_LRS
 
#Create a Container using CLI:
#az storage container create --account-name <storage account name> --name <container name>
az storage container create --account-name storageaccountsree123 --name containersree123
 
#Upload a blob on to storage account:
echo This is a sample html file > sample.html
#az storage blob upload --account-name <storage account name> --container-name <container name> --name sample.html --file sample.html
az storage blob upload --account-name storageaccountsree123 --container-name containersree123 --name sample.html --file sample.html
 
#Give public access to the blob file:
#az storage container set-permission --account-name <storage account name> --name <container name> --public-access blob
az storage container set-permission --account-name storageaccountsree123 --name containersree123 --public-access blob
 
#List and download the blob using CLI:
#az storage blob list --account-name <storage account name> --container-name <container name> --output table
az storage blob list --account-name storageaccountsree123 --container-name containersree123 --output table
 
#az storage blob download --account-name <storage account name> --container-name <container name> --name sample.html --file sample2.html
az storage blob download --account-name storageaccountsree123 --container-name containersree123 --name sample.html --file sample2.html

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 Azure AZ Copy:
#Download AzCopy and upload your data to Blob storage:
#https://aka.ms/downloadazcopy-v10-windows
azcopy login
 
#azcopy copy "<local-folder-path>" "https://<storage-account-name>.blob.core.windows.net/<container-name>" --recursive=true
azcopy copy "C:\testfolder1" "https://whizstoragesree123.blob.core.windows.net/democontainer" --recursive=true
 
#azcopy sync "<local-folder-path>" "https://<storage-account-name>.blob.core.windows.net/<container-name>" --recursive=true
azcopy sync "C:\testfolder1" "https://whizstoragesree123.blob.core.windows.net/democontainer" --recursive=true
 
#Create a scheduled task:
schtasks /CREATE /SC minute /MO 5 /TN "AzCopy Script" /TR C:\testfolder1\script.bat

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