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An example of toggling VM state using Azure's Fluent SDK
public Tuple<string,string> SetState(string state)
{
var vmName = VirtualMachineName;
var client = AzureClientId;
var key = AzureClientKey;
var tenant = AzureTenantId;
var creds = new AzureCredentialsFactory()
.FromServicePrincipal(client, key, tenant, AzureEnvironment.AzureGlobalCloud);
var subscriptionId = AzureSubscriptionId;
var azure = Microsoft.Azure.Management.Fluent.Azure.Authenticate(creds).WithSubscription(subscriptionId);
var allVMs = azure.VirtualMachines.List();
var vmCurrent = (from vm in allVMs where vm.Name == vmName select vm).First();
switch (state)
{
case "on":
vmCurrent.Start();
break;
case "off":
vmCurrent.PowerOff();
break;
default:
break;
}
var message = new Tuple<string, string>(vmCurrent
.GetPrimaryNetworkInterface().PrimaryIPConfiguration.GetPublicIPAddress().IPAddress
,vmCurrent.PowerState.Value);
return message;
}
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