In this Azure PowerShell article, we will discuss the syntax and usage of the Remove-AzResource Azure PowerShell cmdlet with examples.
If you don’t want an Azure resource anymore and wish to remove it then you can use the Remove-AzResource Azure PowerShell cmdlet and easily remove the resource in a span of seconds.
Below is the syntax of the Remove-AzResource Azure PowerShell command.
Remove-AzResource -ResourceId <String> [-Force]
Remove-AzResource -ResourceName <String> -ResourceType <String> [-ResourceGroupName <String>] [-Force]
Well, let’s discuss an example of the usage of the Remove-AzResource Azure PowerShell cmdlet.
Execute the below code that will help you to remove the TsInfoWeb website resource.
Remove-AzResource -ResourceId "/subscriptions/1cdf4300-dee5-4518-9c9c-feaa72a5cbd1/resourcegroups/MyNewResGrp/providers/Microsoft.Web/sites/TsInfoweb" -Force
After executing the above PowerShell cmdlet, I got the output as “True” and the web resource has been deleted successfully without any issue.
You can check the output below
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In this Azure article, we discussed the syntax and usage of the Remove-AzResource Azure PowerShell cmdlet with examples. Thanks for reading this article !!!