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Simple PowerShell Network Capture Tool

Hello all. Jacob Lavender here again for the Ask PFE Platforms team to share with you a little sample tool that I’ve put together to help with performing network captures. This all started when I was attempting to develop an ... continue reading

Your Private Network in the cloud: (Part 3) How to Create and Manage Virtual Machines in Azure

With support for Linux, Windows Server, SQL Server, Oracle, IBM, and SAP, Azure Virtual Machines gives you the flexibility of virtualization for a wide range of computing solutions — development and testing, running applications, and extending your datacenter. Join Lex ... continue reading

Your Private Network in the cloud: (Part 2) How to Set up and Use an Azure Virtual Network

The Azure Virtual Network service enables you to securely connect Azure resources to each other with virtual networks (VNets). A VNet is a representation of your own network in the cloud and you can also connect VNets to your on-premises ... continue reading

Your Private Network in the cloud: (Part 1) Azure Virtual Network Overview and Set-Up

The Azure Virtual Network service enables you to securely connect Azure resources to each other with virtual networks (VNets). A VNet is a representation of your own network in the cloud and you can also connect VNets to your on-premises ... continue reading

Network Capture Best Practices

Hi Diddly Doodly readers. Michael Rendino here again with a follow up to my “Basic Network Capture Methods” blog, this time to give some best practices on network capture collection when troubleshooting. As you may have guessed, one of my ... continue reading

Step-by-Step: Capturing Azure Resource Manager (ARM) VNET Gateway Diagnostic Logs

*** UPDATED for Azure PowerShell 2.x and 3.x *** A while back, I published an article that stepped through capturing diagnostic logs for v1 “Classic” virtual network gateways (aka VNET Gateways or VPN Gateways) on Azure via the Azure Service Management ... continue reading