When using the Windows Virtual Desktop for a longer time and created images several times you will noticed you are not able to remove old images directly when a new version has been deployed. Or in case of a MSP when you need to manage more then one image after some time you will lose sight on images and versions. In that case an image overview would be nice to have.
The current situation, we have created new disks, snapshots, virtual machines, networks, images and session hosts. All the resources has been added to the existing WVD hostpool. Now it is time to cleanup the old resources, to keep everything nice and clean. In this part we will take care of removing components related to the old image version.
This article is serie of posts about WVD Image Management Automated. In this part we are going to add new sessionhosts to an existing WVD hostpool based on a ARM template.
Azure KeyVault is the security key management system in Azure where you can store keys, secrets and certificates. From that place you can use the items everywhere you like.
This is part two of a serie posts about WVD disk management. In this blogpost I will explain how to finish a disk with sysprep and deploy it as a version into the Azure Shared Image Gallery automated.