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Authoring and Editing Graphical Runbooks


If you are new to PowerShell but still want to use Azure Automation, assembling runbooks from the graphical user interface is the place to start. By using the graphical user interface, you can learn Powershell at your own pace.

This video demonstrates how to author and edit graphical runbooks. This will help you understand the functioning of Azure Automation and runbooks. You will get more familiar with the integrated PowerShell development environment, and over time, you’ll be prepared to migrate to core-based PowerShell runbooks.

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