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If you want to pass a script you need to have the script content set in the script property (instead of a file name):"script": ["Write-Host Sample script"] The way you use it it tried to run a file that is already on the VM. In this case you need to pass the parameters: "script": ["c:\\testps.ps1 fi...
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This point: "Availability Sets takes the virtual machine and configures multiple copies of it. " is incorrect. We do not make multiple copies of the VM. We simply spread out your VMs across different Update and Fault domains (physical clusters) to ensure if one cluster went down, you would still hav...
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please help me
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above code not worked for me ,unable to get parameter in remote vm  
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{"commandId": "RunPowerShellScript","parameters": [{"name": "first","value": "value1"}],"script": ["c:\\testps.ps1 "]}
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