PowerShell: 101-vm-with-standardssd-disk

Create a Virtual Machine from a Windows Image with multiple empty Standard SSD Data Disks


This is a conversion of ARM template 101-vm-with-standardssd-disk  from the repository azure\azure-quickstart-templates  to PowerShell Script.

This script allows you to create a Windows Virtual Machine from a specified image during the template deployment. It also attaches multiple empty Standard SSD data disks. Note that you can specify the size of each of the empty data disks. It also deploys a Virtual Network, Public IP addresses and a Network Interface, and it will deploy the following resources…

… and in-addition to it, just in-case if the deployment is not successful, then it will rollback the entire deployment.


If the specified resource group is already exist then the script will not continue with the deployment.


Deploy-AzResource.ps1 [-ResourceGroupName] <string> [-Location] <string> [-VirtualMachineName] <string> [-AdminCredential] <pscredential> [[-DiskType] <string>] [[-VirtualMachineSize] <string>] [[-WindowsOSVersion] <string>] [<CommonParameters>]


I 💙 PS> $Credential = Get-Credentials

PowerShell credential request
Enter your credentials.
User: sysadmin
Password for user sysadmin: *************

I 💙 PS> $param = @{
>> ResourceGroupName = 'testing-rg'
>> Location = 'westus'
>> VirtualMachineName = 'TestingVM'
>> AdminCredential = $Credential
>> }

I 💙 PS> .\Deploy-AzResources.ps1 @param


Deployment is successful!


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Last modified: 25 August 2020

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