Azure Function: The term 'New-AzureStorageContext' is not recognized as a name of a cmdlet

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I try to import the Azure.Storage module but I get the error that the New-AzureStorageContext was not found as cmdlet.

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Can someone help me to fix this?

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@Jannik_Reinhard 

 

As per their announcement in the various AzureRM commandlet help pages, the AzureRM module is due for retirement in 29th February 2024 (still a fair way off.)

 

 

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As noted in the final paragraph, they're already urging people to cut over to the Az (in your case it'd be Az.Storage) modules to "avoid service disruptions".

 

If you have a look at the "Cmdlet noun prefix changes", you'll see that in the case of New-AzureStorageContext it has become New-AzStorageContext.

 

 

If you can't cleanly cut over just yet, then read the section a few paragraphs down that talks about using Enable-AzureRmAlias which will allow existing scripts using AzureRM commandlet names to leverage the Az modules.

 

Here's an example of before and after running Enable-AzureRmAlias:

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That said, the best course of action given Microsoft's announcement is to use the new Az commandlet names - as guided by the "nouns" link above.

 

Cheers,

Lain

Thank you for the response. I found the issue it was the missing tag in the host.json to install the module. But I changed to the Az.Storage module

"managedDependency": {
"Enabled": true
}