In case you need to get a list of resources you have created in Microsoft Azure, use Get-AzureRMResource PowerShell cmdlet.
- Get-AzureRMResource | Export-CSV AllAzureRes.CSV
Above command exports all Azure Resources in a CSV named AllAzureRes.CSV. The CSV file also contains the Resource Group name for each resource.
Note: You must install Azure PowerShell cmdlets Version 1.0 before you can use Get-AzureRMResource PowerShell cmdlet.
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