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Stop installing MSI based Azure Modules. Use PowerShell Gallery repo

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Can you stop installing an MSI based (old) version of Azure PowerShell cmdlets. Either stop installing, or give me the option to use a repo, such as PowerShell gallery, where the latest modules exist. Apart from changing the $env:PSModulePath, I can't use PowerShellGet cmdlets to update Azure cmdlets. I also notice one of you updates REMOVES the PS Gallery modules and reinstall the old MSI version. Grrrr!!!

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      • Tex commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        @MICROSHAFT: So here is yet another example of proof that you clearly DO NOT listen or give a **** about what your customers want / think. I've just discovered VS has removed the latest Azure PS modules AGAIN, replacing them with your MSI version that is now a YEAR old. How in God's name is this an update? Does time go backwards for you (actually, it would explain a lot)?

        How many votes will it take for you to FIX IT!!!!!!!!! Perhaps I should start charging you for the wasted hours this causes. Maybe when it affects your pocket, you'll listen.

        I've just turned off all updates is VS.

      • Tex commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is still happening. Microsoft STOP IT. The regression keeps breaking my modules.

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