Manage Windows Updates on an Azure VM using Azure Automation

This set of runbooks demonstrates how you could install / manage Windows Updates on an Azure VM, as demonstrated in the Azure Automation announcement. It is intended for demonstration purposes only and is not meant for production use.

 
 
 
 
 
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8/11/2014
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  • Will this work with VMs created with ARM
    1 Posts | Last post January 25, 2017
    • Are there updated scripts that work with VMs created with ARM?
  • More than one subscription
    1 Posts | Last post July 04, 2016
    • Can use this script for more than one subscription? 
      
      For example..i have 4 subscriptions with 20 VMs in each subscription. 
      
      
  • Update-AzureVM
    2 Posts | Last post July 22, 2014
    • I think you need to replace some variable assignement in the script with the asset in the runbook
      
          $AzureConnectionName = "joeAzure"
          
          $CredentialAssetNameWithAccessToAllVMs = "joeAzureVMCred"
          $CredentialWithAccessToAllVMs = Get-AutomationPSCredential -Name $CredentialAssetNameWithAccessToAllVMs
      
          $WUModuleStorageAccountName = "joestorage123"
          $WUModuleContainerName = "psmodules"
          $WUModuleBlobName = "PSWindowsUpdate.zip"
      
          $ModuleName = "PSWindowsUpdate"
      
      Regards
      
      Dario
    • The description already covers replacing $AzureConnectionName, $CredentialAssetNameWithAccessToAllVMs, $WUModuleStorageAccountName, and $WUModuleContainerName in the runbook.