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Azure Automation May 6
Replying to @AzureSupport
Yes, runbooks started by a watcher task count as well.
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John Messec May 6
Azure Update Management: Dynamic targeting for non-Azure machines is now available in public preview.
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Azure Automation Apr 23
View changes to your Azure resources with the Resource Change History API now in public preview!
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Azure Automation Apr 17
Probably not in the Azure Sandbox, but probably through a Hybrid Worker:
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Azure Automation Apr 9
Azure Group Targeting for Azure Update Management has gone GA. Machines can be dynamically added to existing patch deployments based on criteria such as resource group, location, and tags.
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Azure Automation Apr 5
Replying to @Sam_Hodgkinson
It should be possible. Have you previously imported other modules using ARM template?
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Azure Automation Apr 3
Replying to @AzureSupport
Yes, we recommend authoring your runbooks in a way that is resilient to failure and restarts. you can remove a runbook worker from the pool via and readd it through
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Azure Automation Apr 1
Replying to @AzureSupport
After reboot any jobs that were running will be restarted by the Automation service. If that doesn't answer your question you could also try posting on the MSDN forums for Automation:
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Azure Automation Mar 19
Replying to @AzureSupport
We appreciate the feedback. Charging for hybrid minutes allows us to keep the overall cost for both hybrid and Azure jobs low at just $0.002/minute, and it contributes to the resources needed for schedule orchestration, code storage, log storage, and job history storage.
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Azure Automation Mar 5
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Azure Automation Feb 5
Need tips for how to alert on in-guest changes?
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Azure Automation Sep 27
A new version of the Automation cmdlets is in preview. This includes modules for the SourceControl and UpdateManagement features.
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Alan Sep 26
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Azure Automation Sep 21
Update Management: Pre/Post Tasks, Dynamic Groups, Update Inclusion now public!
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Azure Automation Sep 21
Update Management: Pre/Post Tasks, Dynamic Groups, Update Inclusion now public!
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Azure Automation Sep 18
Python 2 runbook support in is now GA!
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Azure Friday ☁📺 Sep 11
Want to know how to manage configuration for 100s or 1000s of VMs in ? Watch with +
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Azure Friday ☁📺 Aug 30
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Azure Automation Aug 29
ICYMI: Updated support for files and Windows services in Change Tracking and Inventory!
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Azure Automation Aug 17
Out now: Reboot control for Update Management. Choose to supress reboots after installing updates and more!
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