Upload a file from an Azure Windows Server Core machine to Azure Blob storage

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Premier Developer Consultant Larry Wall shares a practical example demonstrating how to upload a dump file from an Azure Windows Server Core machine to Azure blog storage.


The title for this could be a lot longer like ‘how to upload a file using the Azure CLI to Azure storage on a Windows Server 2016 Core DataCenter’ because that’s what this blog post is about…but that’s a ridiculously long title. The point is, with a Core OS, you have no UI and very few capabilities and tools like you normally would on a full UI OS. Here’s what happened…

I was working on what appeared to be an issue with the new Azure Backup and Restore service on an Azure Service Fabric Cluster. I needed to generate a crash dump from the FabricBRS service and send it to Azure support.

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