Jan 20

How to Restart BizTalk Server services with PowerShell

This post was an old post that I published on BizTalkAdminsBloggingcom that is no longer available, so I decided to republish it here on my blog In one of

By Sandro Pereira

Jan 19

Save/Archive BizTalk Server all suspended messages using PowerShell

No matter what you do, issues will happen at some point, and we need to deal with them For example, on BizTalk Server, messages can get suspended for many

By Sandro Pereira

Nov 16

How to monitor the status of Azure API Connections (Part III) – Using Automation Account and Logi...

We finally reach the last part of this small blog season on monitoring the status of your Azure API Connections We start by using a simple PowerShell

By Sandro Pereira

Nov 16

How to monitor the status of Azure API Connections (Part II) – Using Function App and Logic...

Last week I wrote the first part of this small blog season on monitoring the status of your Azure API Connections In the first part, I described how you could

By Sandro Pereira

Nov 12

How to monitor the status of Azure API Connections (Part I)

Sometimes I like to use my friends to have a different point of view of things, which is one of these cases I have been discussing during this week with Mike

By Sandro Pereira

Nov 4

Azure Breakthroughs: Finding the Azure VM administrator username

I usually use a range of different usernames to define as the administrator of my Azure Virtual Machines, and I have others that clients shared with me So,

By Sandro Pereira

Jul 21

Delete discarded messages from local folders using PowerShell

This is a so common task on BizTalk Server that I already forgot how many times I did it Depending on several scenarios, like: TestingCertain parts of the

By Sandro Pereira

Jul 12

Find Orphaned Azure API Connectors in all Resource Groups with PowerShell

Recently I wrote my version of a script that Mike Stephenson initially created: Find Orphaned Azure API Connectors with PowerShell This PowerShell script

By Sandro Pereira

Feb 16

How to check what BizTalk Server 2020 Cumulative Updates are installed in your Servers with Power...

I previously wrote several posts about how you can Check/Get a list of BizTalk Server Cumulative Updates installed in your machines for previous versions of

By Sandro Pereira

Feb 11

Revisiting “The Get-AzLogicApp command was not found”​

Last week, when preparing for a deployment, I bumped into this error again As from my previous post, it could be easily fixed with a PowerShell module

By Pedro Almeida
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