We can also use Azure CLI to create or apply Azure tags. Let’s discuss how to use the az resource tag Azure CLI command.
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az resource tag
This Azure CLI command can help you tag a resource in Azure.
Syntax of az resource tag
az resource tag --tags
Az resource tag Examples
You can use the below script to add virtual machine with the key ‘vmlist’ and value ‘vm1’.
az resource tag --tags vmlist=newvms -g MYVMrsg -n TSINFOVM --resource-type "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines"
After executing the above command, I got the expected output, as shown in the screenshot below.
Use the below Azure CLI scripts to overwrite the tags on a resource
az resource tag --tags 'TSinfo=HR' 'Technology=Android' -g newresgroup -n DemoStorage --resource-type "Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts"
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