My name is Sandeep Patnaik, and I work in the Remote Desktop team. Many of you reached out to us and asked for a way to manage Azure RemoteApp collections programmatically. I am excited to announce the public availability of the Azure RemoteApp PowerShell cmdlets, as part of the latest version of Microsoft Azure CLI tools (direct download from
). Additionally, the RemoteApp .NET SDK is available as a NuGet package
Full documentation for the RemoteApp tools will be available soon, but in the meantime we have ensured that each of the cmdlets is accompanied by help. To get you started, here are some examples on how to use the cmdlets.
First, follow the instructions outlined
to start managing your subscription using Microsoft Azure PowerShell.
Our goal is to provide you the best management experience. Let us know what you think of these new PowerShell cmdlets in the comments section below or on the
Azure discussion forums
. You can also submit feedback request on the
Azure feedback site
Note: Questions and comments are welcome. However, please DO NOT post a request for troubleshooting by using the comment tool at the end of this post. Instead, post a new thread in the
Azure RemoteApp forum