In this Azure PowerShell article, we will discuss the syntax and usage of the Get-AzProviderFeature Azure PowerShell cmdlet and along with that, we will also see the use of the Get-AzProviderFeature PowerShell command with an example.
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This is a very good PowerShell command that can help you to retrieve the feature details like Feature name, Registration State, Provider name, etc in a second.
Below is the syntax of the Get-AzProviderFeature PowerShell command.
You can execute the below PowerShell command to get the details of the Azure provider features.
After executing the above command, I got the below output.
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Get-AzProviderFeature FeatureName ProviderName RegistrationState ----------- ------------ ----------------- CentralUSRegionEnabled Microsoft.Web Registered ComputerVision.Legacy Microsoft.CognitiveServices Registered
You can see that here below
You can run the below Azure PowerShell code to get all the available features.
After executing the above command, I got the output below
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Get-AzProviderFeature -ListAvailable FeatureName ProviderName ----------- ------------ EnablePeregrinePrivateLinkServiceOptimizationInAllRegions Microsoft.Network AllowSetDefaultOutboundAccessOnSubnet Microsoft.Network hiddenPreviewAccess Microsoft.Hybrid... SIGEdgeZonePublishingInAllEdgeZone Microsoft.Compute Oct2021Features Microsoft.eventgrid showPG14 Microsoft.DBForP... replicaAvailabilityZone Microsoft.DBForM... strictActionsThrottlingLimits microsoft.securi... strictIncidentsThrottlingLimits microsoft.securi...
You can see the same output here
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