Everything is broken (a delicious lego meme)

How to fix a Logic App deployment that failed with error “UsageConfigurationNotSupportedInSubscription”?

This article explains a quick and dirty fix when you get an error somewhat like this: “UsageConfigurationNotSupportedInSubscription” when you’re deploying an Azure Logic App from a template. The same fix will probably apply to a number of other issues – but don’t hold me accountable for this :) Anyway – on to the topic of the day! Problem Can you tell by some of my recent blog posts that I’ve been deploying a few Logic Apps recently? :) Today, my Azure Logic App deployment from…Continue reading How to fix a Logic App deployment that failed with error “UsageConfigurationNotSupportedInSubscription”?

Using Azure CLI to assign an AD group to multiple resource groups at once

This article describes a solution to an age-old question of mine: how can I add an Azure Active Directory group – like a security group – to multiple resource groups at once? I’ve had to do this multiple times, and manual work takes quite a while. And who likes multiple manual steps? To be fair, this article could also be called something like: “Using Azure CLI to spend a lot of time unnecessarily complicating a mind-numbingly boring task of adding one Azure AD group to…Continue reading Using Azure CLI to assign an AD group to multiple resource groups at once

Powershell is hell

Solving “Unable to find repository ‘https://www.powershellgallery.com/api/v2’.”

So, you’re running a PowerShell command that requires a connection to PowerShell gallery, but you run into an error message, somewhat like this: “Unable to find repository ‘https://www.powershellgallery.com/api/v2’. This can happen when you’re running something like Install-Module or Update-Module. This pretty much blocks you from doing anything that would require the use of new modules – so, quite a lot. Worth fixing, then. 😁 Problem The whole error message might be somewhat like this: What gives?

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How to move your Microsoft PowerAutomate Flow to Logic Apps?

This article explains how you can export a Microsoft Power Automate Flow from, well, Microsoft Power Automate, and nicely and easily import it to Azure Logic Apps. I’ll explain the process step-by-step, and also explain solutions to a few hurdles you might run into! But first, let’s take a look at why you might want to consider taking this step in the first place, shall we? Why move to Logic Apps? Ah, a valid question. There are plenty of possible reasons why you might want…Continue reading How to move your Microsoft PowerAutomate Flow to Logic Apps?

RCC out of control

Resolving an incredibly pointless struggle with RCC

Okay, this might be my least general, and overall most pointless article ever, but I felt the need to document it anyway. Maybe it’ll help someone with a similar gadget, despite being a bit off-topic on this blog. Apologies to any regular visitors! So, what am I talking about, then? Recently I bought a radio-controlled projector clock as a gift for my wife. I reasoned that such a device would never require any fiddling with (due to its automatic nature), and hence be the one…Continue reading Resolving an incredibly pointless struggle with RCC