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Export Azure Resources to CSV files with PowerShell

 
 
 
To export the list of Azure resources to excel, you need to take help of Azure Cmdlet PowerShell Script. Using the PowerShell script, you can easily export the Azure subscription inventory. We need to take help of two cmdlet to achieve this.

 

 

The Get-AzureRmResource cmdlet gets Azure resources for the selected subscription, and The Export-Csv cmdlet helps in export data as a comma-separated values (CSV) file. Thereafter you can open the same using Excel for your further data manipulation.

 

If you've ever had a need to create a CSV file of various Azure Resources for reports, etc. than this post is for you. I'm going to quickly show you how to generate a CSV file with PowerShell that lists VMs in the active subscription along with a couple of additional details.

 

Start with typing Install-Module -Name AzureRM and follow along with the prompts below. You may also install the update if you wish, but this should work fine in 5.x.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then, run the Import-Module AzureRM command and then type A as shown below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you aren't in the working subscription where you have your resources then you might have to type Set-AzureRmContext -SubscriptionId <SubId> where SubId is the subscription id that you want to query.

 

Now add the following in your PowerShell window

 

 

 

 

 

You can now open this CSV file in Excel and use a ; delimeter to format each item into columns.

 

 

 

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