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MICROSOFT AZURE POWERSHELL: CLONING (COPING) OR IMPORTING EXISTING NSG (NETWORK SECURITY GROUP) FROM EXCEL

January 26, 2017 07:14PM

MICROSOFT AZURE POWERSHELL: CREATING NEW NSG (NETWORK SECURITY GROUP)

January 23, 2017 02:18PM

This post is based on article CREATE NEW NSG (NETWORK SECURITY GROUP - VIRTUAL FIREWALL ACL) ON MICROSOFT AZURE. Although it is same, but in this I will be showing how to do the same task using PowerShell. Below command creates new NSG with no custom Security Rules. 3 parameters are required -Name, -ResourceGroupName and -Location and they are self explanatory. And new NSG information is stored i…

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CREATE NEW NSG (NETWORK SECURITY GROUP - VIRTUAL FIREWALL ACL) ON MICROSOFT AZURE

January 20, 2017 10:18AM

In my earlier blog POWERSHELL - EXPORT AZURE NSG (NETWORK SECURITY GROUP) RULES TO EXCEL I wrote on how to export NSG (Network Security Group) in CSV excel file using powershell, which can be used later to create new NSG using same rules or editing CSV file. NSG is nothing but a Virtual Firewall containing Inbound and outbound rules (ACLs). It is as similar as Microsoft Windows Firewall rules unde…

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