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Azure Native v2.30.0 published on Friday, Feb 23, 2024 by Pulumi

azure-native.compute.RestorePointCollection

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Azure Native v2.30.0 published on Friday, Feb 23, 2024 by Pulumi

    Create or update Restore Point collection parameters. Azure REST API version: 2023-03-01. Prior API version in Azure Native 1.x: 2021-03-01.

    Other available API versions: 2023-07-01, 2023-09-01.

    Example Usage

    Create or update a restore point collection for cross region copy.

    using System.Collections.Generic;
    using System.Linq;
    using Pulumi;
    using AzureNative = Pulumi.AzureNative;
    
    return await Deployment.RunAsync(() => 
    {
        var restorePointCollection = new AzureNative.Compute.RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection", new()
        {
            Location = "norwayeast",
            ResourceGroupName = "myResourceGroup",
            RestorePointCollectionName = "myRpc",
            Source = new AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs
            {
                Id = "/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/restorePointCollections/sourceRpcName",
            },
            Tags = 
            {
                { "myTag1", "tagValue1" },
            },
        });
    
    });
    
    package main
    
    import (
    	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi-azure-native-sdk/compute/v2"
    	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v3/go/pulumi"
    )
    
    func main() {
    	pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
    		_, err := compute.NewRestorePointCollection(ctx, "restorePointCollection", &compute.RestorePointCollectionArgs{
    			Location:                   pulumi.String("norwayeast"),
    			ResourceGroupName:          pulumi.String("myResourceGroup"),
    			RestorePointCollectionName: pulumi.String("myRpc"),
    			Source: &compute.RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs{
    				Id: pulumi.String("/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/restorePointCollections/sourceRpcName"),
    			},
    			Tags: pulumi.StringMap{
    				"myTag1": pulumi.String("tagValue1"),
    			},
    		})
    		if err != nil {
    			return err
    		}
    		return nil
    	})
    }
    
    package generated_program;
    
    import com.pulumi.Context;
    import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
    import com.pulumi.core.Output;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.compute.RestorePointCollection;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.compute.RestorePointCollectionArgs;
    import java.util.List;
    import java.util.ArrayList;
    import java.util.Map;
    import java.io.File;
    import java.nio.file.Files;
    import java.nio.file.Paths;
    
    public class App {
        public static void main(String[] args) {
            Pulumi.run(App::stack);
        }
    
        public static void stack(Context ctx) {
            var restorePointCollection = new RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection", RestorePointCollectionArgs.builder()        
                .location("norwayeast")
                .resourceGroupName("myResourceGroup")
                .restorePointCollectionName("myRpc")
                .source(Map.of("id", "/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/restorePointCollections/sourceRpcName"))
                .tags(Map.of("myTag1", "tagValue1"))
                .build());
    
        }
    }
    
    import pulumi
    import pulumi_azure_native as azure_native
    
    restore_point_collection = azure_native.compute.RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection",
        location="norwayeast",
        resource_group_name="myResourceGroup",
        restore_point_collection_name="myRpc",
        source=azure_native.compute.RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs(
            id="/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/restorePointCollections/sourceRpcName",
        ),
        tags={
            "myTag1": "tagValue1",
        })
    
    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
    import * as azure_native from "@pulumi/azure-native";
    
    const restorePointCollection = new azure_native.compute.RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection", {
        location: "norwayeast",
        resourceGroupName: "myResourceGroup",
        restorePointCollectionName: "myRpc",
        source: {
            id: "/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/restorePointCollections/sourceRpcName",
        },
        tags: {
            myTag1: "tagValue1",
        },
    });
    
    resources:
      restorePointCollection:
        type: azure-native:compute:RestorePointCollection
        properties:
          location: norwayeast
          resourceGroupName: myResourceGroup
          restorePointCollectionName: myRpc
          source:
            id: /subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/restorePointCollections/sourceRpcName
          tags:
            myTag1: tagValue1
    

    Create or update a restore point collection.

    using System.Collections.Generic;
    using System.Linq;
    using Pulumi;
    using AzureNative = Pulumi.AzureNative;
    
    return await Deployment.RunAsync(() => 
    {
        var restorePointCollection = new AzureNative.Compute.RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection", new()
        {
            Location = "norwayeast",
            ResourceGroupName = "myResourceGroup",
            RestorePointCollectionName = "myRpc",
            Source = new AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs
            {
                Id = "/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM",
            },
            Tags = 
            {
                { "myTag1", "tagValue1" },
            },
        });
    
    });
    
    package main
    
    import (
    	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi-azure-native-sdk/compute/v2"
    	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v3/go/pulumi"
    )
    
    func main() {
    	pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
    		_, err := compute.NewRestorePointCollection(ctx, "restorePointCollection", &compute.RestorePointCollectionArgs{
    			Location:                   pulumi.String("norwayeast"),
    			ResourceGroupName:          pulumi.String("myResourceGroup"),
    			RestorePointCollectionName: pulumi.String("myRpc"),
    			Source: &compute.RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs{
    				Id: pulumi.String("/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM"),
    			},
    			Tags: pulumi.StringMap{
    				"myTag1": pulumi.String("tagValue1"),
    			},
    		})
    		if err != nil {
    			return err
    		}
    		return nil
    	})
    }
    
    package generated_program;
    
    import com.pulumi.Context;
    import com.pulumi.Pulumi;
    import com.pulumi.core.Output;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.compute.RestorePointCollection;
    import com.pulumi.azurenative.compute.RestorePointCollectionArgs;
    import java.util.List;
    import java.util.ArrayList;
    import java.util.Map;
    import java.io.File;
    import java.nio.file.Files;
    import java.nio.file.Paths;
    
    public class App {
        public static void main(String[] args) {
            Pulumi.run(App::stack);
        }
    
        public static void stack(Context ctx) {
            var restorePointCollection = new RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection", RestorePointCollectionArgs.builder()        
                .location("norwayeast")
                .resourceGroupName("myResourceGroup")
                .restorePointCollectionName("myRpc")
                .source(Map.of("id", "/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM"))
                .tags(Map.of("myTag1", "tagValue1"))
                .build());
    
        }
    }
    
    import pulumi
    import pulumi_azure_native as azure_native
    
    restore_point_collection = azure_native.compute.RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection",
        location="norwayeast",
        resource_group_name="myResourceGroup",
        restore_point_collection_name="myRpc",
        source=azure_native.compute.RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs(
            id="/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM",
        ),
        tags={
            "myTag1": "tagValue1",
        })
    
    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
    import * as azure_native from "@pulumi/azure-native";
    
    const restorePointCollection = new azure_native.compute.RestorePointCollection("restorePointCollection", {
        location: "norwayeast",
        resourceGroupName: "myResourceGroup",
        restorePointCollectionName: "myRpc",
        source: {
            id: "/subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM",
        },
        tags: {
            myTag1: "tagValue1",
        },
    });
    
    resources:
      restorePointCollection:
        type: azure-native:compute:RestorePointCollection
        properties:
          location: norwayeast
          resourceGroupName: myResourceGroup
          restorePointCollectionName: myRpc
          source:
            id: /subscriptions/{subscription-id}/resourceGroups/myResourceGroup/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/myVM
          tags:
            myTag1: tagValue1
    

    Create RestorePointCollection Resource

    new RestorePointCollection(name: string, args: RestorePointCollectionArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def RestorePointCollection(resource_name: str,
                               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                               location: Optional[str] = None,
                               resource_group_name: Optional[str] = None,
                               restore_point_collection_name: Optional[str] = None,
                               source: Optional[RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs] = None,
                               tags: Optional[Mapping[str, str]] = None)
    @overload
    def RestorePointCollection(resource_name: str,
                               args: RestorePointCollectionArgs,
                               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    func NewRestorePointCollection(ctx *Context, name string, args RestorePointCollectionArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*RestorePointCollection, error)
    public RestorePointCollection(string name, RestorePointCollectionArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public RestorePointCollection(String name, RestorePointCollectionArgs args)
    public RestorePointCollection(String name, RestorePointCollectionArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: azure-native:compute:RestorePointCollection
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args RestorePointCollectionArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    resource_name str
    The unique name of the resource.
    args RestorePointCollectionArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    ctx Context
    Context object for the current deployment.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args RestorePointCollectionArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args RestorePointCollectionArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args RestorePointCollectionArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    RestorePointCollection Resource Properties

    To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Architecture and Concepts docs.

    Inputs

    The RestorePointCollection resource accepts the following input properties:

    ResourceGroupName string
    The name of the resource group.
    Location string
    Resource location
    RestorePointCollectionName string
    The name of the restore point collection.
    Source Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointCollectionSourceProperties
    The properties of the source resource that this restore point collection is created from.
    Tags Dictionary<string, string>
    Resource tags
    ResourceGroupName string
    The name of the resource group.
    Location string
    Resource location
    RestorePointCollectionName string
    The name of the restore point collection.
    Source RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs
    The properties of the source resource that this restore point collection is created from.
    Tags map[string]string
    Resource tags
    resourceGroupName String
    The name of the resource group.
    location String
    Resource location
    restorePointCollectionName String
    The name of the restore point collection.
    source RestorePointCollectionSourceProperties
    The properties of the source resource that this restore point collection is created from.
    tags Map<String,String>
    Resource tags
    resourceGroupName string
    The name of the resource group.
    location string
    Resource location
    restorePointCollectionName string
    The name of the restore point collection.
    source RestorePointCollectionSourceProperties
    The properties of the source resource that this restore point collection is created from.
    tags {[key: string]: string}
    Resource tags
    resource_group_name str
    The name of the resource group.
    location str
    Resource location
    restore_point_collection_name str
    The name of the restore point collection.
    source RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs
    The properties of the source resource that this restore point collection is created from.
    tags Mapping[str, str]
    Resource tags
    resourceGroupName String
    The name of the resource group.
    location String
    Resource location
    restorePointCollectionName String
    The name of the restore point collection.
    source Property Map
    The properties of the source resource that this restore point collection is created from.
    tags Map<String>
    Resource tags

    Outputs

    All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the RestorePointCollection resource produces the following output properties:

    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Name string
    Resource name
    ProvisioningState string
    The provisioning state of the restore point collection.
    RestorePointCollectionId string
    The unique id of the restore point collection.
    RestorePoints List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Outputs.RestorePointResponse>
    A list containing all restore points created under this restore point collection.
    Type string
    Resource type
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Name string
    Resource name
    ProvisioningState string
    The provisioning state of the restore point collection.
    RestorePointCollectionId string
    The unique id of the restore point collection.
    RestorePoints []RestorePointResponse
    A list containing all restore points created under this restore point collection.
    Type string
    Resource type
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name String
    Resource name
    provisioningState String
    The provisioning state of the restore point collection.
    restorePointCollectionId String
    The unique id of the restore point collection.
    restorePoints List<RestorePointResponse>
    A list containing all restore points created under this restore point collection.
    type String
    Resource type
    id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name string
    Resource name
    provisioningState string
    The provisioning state of the restore point collection.
    restorePointCollectionId string
    The unique id of the restore point collection.
    restorePoints RestorePointResponse[]
    A list containing all restore points created under this restore point collection.
    type string
    Resource type
    id str
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name str
    Resource name
    provisioning_state str
    The provisioning state of the restore point collection.
    restore_point_collection_id str
    The unique id of the restore point collection.
    restore_points Sequence[RestorePointResponse]
    A list containing all restore points created under this restore point collection.
    type str
    Resource type
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    name String
    Resource name
    provisioningState String
    The provisioning state of the restore point collection.
    restorePointCollectionId String
    The unique id of the restore point collection.
    restorePoints List<Property Map>
    A list containing all restore points created under this restore point collection.
    type String
    Resource type

    Supporting Types

    AdditionalUnattendContentResponse, AdditionalUnattendContentResponseArgs

    ComponentName string
    The component name. Currently, the only allowable value is Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup.
    Content string
    Specifies the XML formatted content that is added to the unattend.xml file for the specified path and component. The XML must be less than 4KB and must include the root element for the setting or feature that is being inserted.
    PassName string
    The pass name. Currently, the only allowable value is OobeSystem.
    SettingName string
    Specifies the name of the setting to which the content applies. Possible values are: FirstLogonCommands and AutoLogon.
    ComponentName string
    The component name. Currently, the only allowable value is Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup.
    Content string
    Specifies the XML formatted content that is added to the unattend.xml file for the specified path and component. The XML must be less than 4KB and must include the root element for the setting or feature that is being inserted.
    PassName string
    The pass name. Currently, the only allowable value is OobeSystem.
    SettingName string
    Specifies the name of the setting to which the content applies. Possible values are: FirstLogonCommands and AutoLogon.
    componentName String
    The component name. Currently, the only allowable value is Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup.
    content String
    Specifies the XML formatted content that is added to the unattend.xml file for the specified path and component. The XML must be less than 4KB and must include the root element for the setting or feature that is being inserted.
    passName String
    The pass name. Currently, the only allowable value is OobeSystem.
    settingName String
    Specifies the name of the setting to which the content applies. Possible values are: FirstLogonCommands and AutoLogon.
    componentName string
    The component name. Currently, the only allowable value is Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup.
    content string
    Specifies the XML formatted content that is added to the unattend.xml file for the specified path and component. The XML must be less than 4KB and must include the root element for the setting or feature that is being inserted.
    passName string
    The pass name. Currently, the only allowable value is OobeSystem.
    settingName string
    Specifies the name of the setting to which the content applies. Possible values are: FirstLogonCommands and AutoLogon.
    component_name str
    The component name. Currently, the only allowable value is Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup.
    content str
    Specifies the XML formatted content that is added to the unattend.xml file for the specified path and component. The XML must be less than 4KB and must include the root element for the setting or feature that is being inserted.
    pass_name str
    The pass name. Currently, the only allowable value is OobeSystem.
    setting_name str
    Specifies the name of the setting to which the content applies. Possible values are: FirstLogonCommands and AutoLogon.
    componentName String
    The component name. Currently, the only allowable value is Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup.
    content String
    Specifies the XML formatted content that is added to the unattend.xml file for the specified path and component. The XML must be less than 4KB and must include the root element for the setting or feature that is being inserted.
    passName String
    The pass name. Currently, the only allowable value is OobeSystem.
    settingName String
    Specifies the name of the setting to which the content applies. Possible values are: FirstLogonCommands and AutoLogon.

    ApiEntityReferenceResponse, ApiEntityReferenceResponseArgs

    Id string
    The ARM resource id in the form of /subscriptions/{SubscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{ResourceGroupName}/...
    Id string
    The ARM resource id in the form of /subscriptions/{SubscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{ResourceGroupName}/...
    id String
    The ARM resource id in the form of /subscriptions/{SubscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{ResourceGroupName}/...
    id string
    The ARM resource id in the form of /subscriptions/{SubscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{ResourceGroupName}/...
    id str
    The ARM resource id in the form of /subscriptions/{SubscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{ResourceGroupName}/...
    id String
    The ARM resource id in the form of /subscriptions/{SubscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{ResourceGroupName}/...

    BootDiagnosticsResponse, BootDiagnosticsResponseArgs

    Enabled bool
    Whether boot diagnostics should be enabled on the Virtual Machine.
    StorageUri string
    Uri of the storage account to use for placing the console output and screenshot. If storageUri is not specified while enabling boot diagnostics, managed storage will be used.
    Enabled bool
    Whether boot diagnostics should be enabled on the Virtual Machine.
    StorageUri string
    Uri of the storage account to use for placing the console output and screenshot. If storageUri is not specified while enabling boot diagnostics, managed storage will be used.
    enabled Boolean
    Whether boot diagnostics should be enabled on the Virtual Machine.
    storageUri String
    Uri of the storage account to use for placing the console output and screenshot. If storageUri is not specified while enabling boot diagnostics, managed storage will be used.
    enabled boolean
    Whether boot diagnostics should be enabled on the Virtual Machine.
    storageUri string
    Uri of the storage account to use for placing the console output and screenshot. If storageUri is not specified while enabling boot diagnostics, managed storage will be used.
    enabled bool
    Whether boot diagnostics should be enabled on the Virtual Machine.
    storage_uri str
    Uri of the storage account to use for placing the console output and screenshot. If storageUri is not specified while enabling boot diagnostics, managed storage will be used.
    enabled Boolean
    Whether boot diagnostics should be enabled on the Virtual Machine.
    storageUri String
    Uri of the storage account to use for placing the console output and screenshot. If storageUri is not specified while enabling boot diagnostics, managed storage will be used.

    DiagnosticsProfileResponse, DiagnosticsProfileResponseArgs

    BootDiagnostics Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.BootDiagnosticsResponse
    Boot Diagnostics is a debugging feature which allows you to view Console Output and Screenshot to diagnose VM status. NOTE: If storageUri is being specified then ensure that the storage account is in the same region and subscription as the VM. You can easily view the output of your console log. Azure also enables you to see a screenshot of the VM from the hypervisor.
    BootDiagnostics BootDiagnosticsResponse
    Boot Diagnostics is a debugging feature which allows you to view Console Output and Screenshot to diagnose VM status. NOTE: If storageUri is being specified then ensure that the storage account is in the same region and subscription as the VM. You can easily view the output of your console log. Azure also enables you to see a screenshot of the VM from the hypervisor.
    bootDiagnostics BootDiagnosticsResponse
    Boot Diagnostics is a debugging feature which allows you to view Console Output and Screenshot to diagnose VM status. NOTE: If storageUri is being specified then ensure that the storage account is in the same region and subscription as the VM. You can easily view the output of your console log. Azure also enables you to see a screenshot of the VM from the hypervisor.
    bootDiagnostics BootDiagnosticsResponse
    Boot Diagnostics is a debugging feature which allows you to view Console Output and Screenshot to diagnose VM status. NOTE: If storageUri is being specified then ensure that the storage account is in the same region and subscription as the VM. You can easily view the output of your console log. Azure also enables you to see a screenshot of the VM from the hypervisor.
    boot_diagnostics BootDiagnosticsResponse
    Boot Diagnostics is a debugging feature which allows you to view Console Output and Screenshot to diagnose VM status. NOTE: If storageUri is being specified then ensure that the storage account is in the same region and subscription as the VM. You can easily view the output of your console log. Azure also enables you to see a screenshot of the VM from the hypervisor.
    bootDiagnostics Property Map
    Boot Diagnostics is a debugging feature which allows you to view Console Output and Screenshot to diagnose VM status. NOTE: If storageUri is being specified then ensure that the storage account is in the same region and subscription as the VM. You can easily view the output of your console log. Azure also enables you to see a screenshot of the VM from the hypervisor.

    DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse, DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponseArgs

    Id string
    Resource Id
    Id string
    Resource Id
    id String
    Resource Id
    id string
    Resource Id
    id str
    Resource Id
    id String
    Resource Id

    DiskEncryptionSettingsResponse, DiskEncryptionSettingsResponseArgs

    DiskEncryptionKey Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.KeyVaultSecretReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the disk encryption key, which is a Key Vault Secret.
    Enabled bool
    Specifies whether disk encryption should be enabled on the virtual machine.
    KeyEncryptionKey Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.KeyVaultKeyReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the key encryption key in Key Vault.
    DiskEncryptionKey KeyVaultSecretReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the disk encryption key, which is a Key Vault Secret.
    Enabled bool
    Specifies whether disk encryption should be enabled on the virtual machine.
    KeyEncryptionKey KeyVaultKeyReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the key encryption key in Key Vault.
    diskEncryptionKey KeyVaultSecretReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the disk encryption key, which is a Key Vault Secret.
    enabled Boolean
    Specifies whether disk encryption should be enabled on the virtual machine.
    keyEncryptionKey KeyVaultKeyReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the key encryption key in Key Vault.
    diskEncryptionKey KeyVaultSecretReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the disk encryption key, which is a Key Vault Secret.
    enabled boolean
    Specifies whether disk encryption should be enabled on the virtual machine.
    keyEncryptionKey KeyVaultKeyReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the key encryption key in Key Vault.
    disk_encryption_key KeyVaultSecretReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the disk encryption key, which is a Key Vault Secret.
    enabled bool
    Specifies whether disk encryption should be enabled on the virtual machine.
    key_encryption_key KeyVaultKeyReferenceResponse
    Specifies the location of the key encryption key in Key Vault.
    diskEncryptionKey Property Map
    Specifies the location of the disk encryption key, which is a Key Vault Secret.
    enabled Boolean
    Specifies whether disk encryption should be enabled on the virtual machine.
    keyEncryptionKey Property Map
    Specifies the location of the key encryption key in Key Vault.

    DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse, DiskRestorePointAttributesResponseArgs

    Id string
    Resource Id
    Encryption Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointEncryptionResponse
    Encryption at rest settings for disk restore point. It is an optional property that can be specified in the input while creating a restore point.
    SourceDiskRestorePoint Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source disk restore point.
    Id string
    Resource Id
    Encryption RestorePointEncryptionResponse
    Encryption at rest settings for disk restore point. It is an optional property that can be specified in the input while creating a restore point.
    SourceDiskRestorePoint ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source disk restore point.
    id String
    Resource Id
    encryption RestorePointEncryptionResponse
    Encryption at rest settings for disk restore point. It is an optional property that can be specified in the input while creating a restore point.
    sourceDiskRestorePoint ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source disk restore point.
    id string
    Resource Id
    encryption RestorePointEncryptionResponse
    Encryption at rest settings for disk restore point. It is an optional property that can be specified in the input while creating a restore point.
    sourceDiskRestorePoint ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source disk restore point.
    id str
    Resource Id
    encryption RestorePointEncryptionResponse
    Encryption at rest settings for disk restore point. It is an optional property that can be specified in the input while creating a restore point.
    source_disk_restore_point ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source disk restore point.
    id String
    Resource Id
    encryption Property Map
    Encryption at rest settings for disk restore point. It is an optional property that can be specified in the input while creating a restore point.
    sourceDiskRestorePoint Property Map
    Resource Id of the source disk restore point.

    DiskRestorePointInstanceViewResponse, DiskRestorePointInstanceViewResponseArgs

    Id string
    Disk restore point Id.
    ReplicationStatus Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiskRestorePointReplicationStatusResponse
    The disk restore point replication status information.
    Id string
    Disk restore point Id.
    ReplicationStatus DiskRestorePointReplicationStatusResponse
    The disk restore point replication status information.
    id String
    Disk restore point Id.
    replicationStatus DiskRestorePointReplicationStatusResponse
    The disk restore point replication status information.
    id string
    Disk restore point Id.
    replicationStatus DiskRestorePointReplicationStatusResponse
    The disk restore point replication status information.
    id str
    Disk restore point Id.
    replication_status DiskRestorePointReplicationStatusResponse
    The disk restore point replication status information.
    id String
    Disk restore point Id.
    replicationStatus Property Map
    The disk restore point replication status information.

    DiskRestorePointReplicationStatusResponse, DiskRestorePointReplicationStatusResponseArgs

    CompletionPercent int
    Replication completion percentage.
    Status Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.InstanceViewStatusResponse
    The resource status information.
    CompletionPercent int
    Replication completion percentage.
    Status InstanceViewStatusResponse
    The resource status information.
    completionPercent Integer
    Replication completion percentage.
    status InstanceViewStatusResponse
    The resource status information.
    completionPercent number
    Replication completion percentage.
    status InstanceViewStatusResponse
    The resource status information.
    completion_percent int
    Replication completion percentage.
    status InstanceViewStatusResponse
    The resource status information.
    completionPercent Number
    Replication completion percentage.
    status Property Map
    The resource status information.

    HardwareProfileResponse, HardwareProfileResponseArgs

    VmSize string
    Specifies the size of the virtual machine. The enum data type is currently deprecated and will be removed by December 23rd 2023. The recommended way to get the list of available sizes is using these APIs: List all available virtual machine sizes in an availability set, List all available virtual machine sizes in a region, List all available virtual machine sizes for resizing. For more information about virtual machine sizes, see Sizes for virtual machines. The available VM sizes depend on region and availability set.
    VmSizeProperties Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.VMSizePropertiesResponse
    Specifies the properties for customizing the size of the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2021-07-01. This feature is still in preview mode and is not supported for VirtualMachineScaleSet. Please follow the instructions in VM Customization for more details.
    VmSize string
    Specifies the size of the virtual machine. The enum data type is currently deprecated and will be removed by December 23rd 2023. The recommended way to get the list of available sizes is using these APIs: List all available virtual machine sizes in an availability set, List all available virtual machine sizes in a region, List all available virtual machine sizes for resizing. For more information about virtual machine sizes, see Sizes for virtual machines. The available VM sizes depend on region and availability set.
    VmSizeProperties VMSizePropertiesResponse
    Specifies the properties for customizing the size of the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2021-07-01. This feature is still in preview mode and is not supported for VirtualMachineScaleSet. Please follow the instructions in VM Customization for more details.
    vmSize String
    Specifies the size of the virtual machine. The enum data type is currently deprecated and will be removed by December 23rd 2023. The recommended way to get the list of available sizes is using these APIs: List all available virtual machine sizes in an availability set, List all available virtual machine sizes in a region, List all available virtual machine sizes for resizing. For more information about virtual machine sizes, see Sizes for virtual machines. The available VM sizes depend on region and availability set.
    vmSizeProperties VMSizePropertiesResponse
    Specifies the properties for customizing the size of the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2021-07-01. This feature is still in preview mode and is not supported for VirtualMachineScaleSet. Please follow the instructions in VM Customization for more details.
    vmSize string
    Specifies the size of the virtual machine. The enum data type is currently deprecated and will be removed by December 23rd 2023. The recommended way to get the list of available sizes is using these APIs: List all available virtual machine sizes in an availability set, List all available virtual machine sizes in a region, List all available virtual machine sizes for resizing. For more information about virtual machine sizes, see Sizes for virtual machines. The available VM sizes depend on region and availability set.
    vmSizeProperties VMSizePropertiesResponse
    Specifies the properties for customizing the size of the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2021-07-01. This feature is still in preview mode and is not supported for VirtualMachineScaleSet. Please follow the instructions in VM Customization for more details.
    vm_size str
    Specifies the size of the virtual machine. The enum data type is currently deprecated and will be removed by December 23rd 2023. The recommended way to get the list of available sizes is using these APIs: List all available virtual machine sizes in an availability set, List all available virtual machine sizes in a region, List all available virtual machine sizes for resizing. For more information about virtual machine sizes, see Sizes for virtual machines. The available VM sizes depend on region and availability set.
    vm_size_properties VMSizePropertiesResponse
    Specifies the properties for customizing the size of the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2021-07-01. This feature is still in preview mode and is not supported for VirtualMachineScaleSet. Please follow the instructions in VM Customization for more details.
    vmSize String
    Specifies the size of the virtual machine. The enum data type is currently deprecated and will be removed by December 23rd 2023. The recommended way to get the list of available sizes is using these APIs: List all available virtual machine sizes in an availability set, List all available virtual machine sizes in a region, List all available virtual machine sizes for resizing. For more information about virtual machine sizes, see Sizes for virtual machines. The available VM sizes depend on region and availability set.
    vmSizeProperties Property Map
    Specifies the properties for customizing the size of the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2021-07-01. This feature is still in preview mode and is not supported for VirtualMachineScaleSet. Please follow the instructions in VM Customization for more details.

    InstanceViewStatusResponse, InstanceViewStatusResponseArgs

    Code string
    The status code.
    DisplayStatus string
    The short localizable label for the status.
    Level string
    The level code.
    Message string
    The detailed status message, including for alerts and error messages.
    Time string
    The time of the status.
    Code string
    The status code.
    DisplayStatus string
    The short localizable label for the status.
    Level string
    The level code.
    Message string
    The detailed status message, including for alerts and error messages.
    Time string
    The time of the status.
    code String
    The status code.
    displayStatus String
    The short localizable label for the status.
    level String
    The level code.
    message String
    The detailed status message, including for alerts and error messages.
    time String
    The time of the status.
    code string
    The status code.
    displayStatus string
    The short localizable label for the status.
    level string
    The level code.
    message string
    The detailed status message, including for alerts and error messages.
    time string
    The time of the status.
    code str
    The status code.
    display_status str
    The short localizable label for the status.
    level str
    The level code.
    message str
    The detailed status message, including for alerts and error messages.
    time str
    The time of the status.
    code String
    The status code.
    displayStatus String
    The short localizable label for the status.
    level String
    The level code.
    message String
    The detailed status message, including for alerts and error messages.
    time String
    The time of the status.

    KeyVaultKeyReferenceResponse, KeyVaultKeyReferenceResponseArgs

    KeyUrl string
    The URL referencing a key encryption key in Key Vault.
    SourceVault Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the key.
    KeyUrl string
    The URL referencing a key encryption key in Key Vault.
    SourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the key.
    keyUrl String
    The URL referencing a key encryption key in Key Vault.
    sourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the key.
    keyUrl string
    The URL referencing a key encryption key in Key Vault.
    sourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the key.
    key_url str
    The URL referencing a key encryption key in Key Vault.
    source_vault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the key.
    keyUrl String
    The URL referencing a key encryption key in Key Vault.
    sourceVault Property Map
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the key.

    KeyVaultSecretReferenceResponse, KeyVaultSecretReferenceResponseArgs

    SecretUrl string
    The URL referencing a secret in a Key Vault.
    SourceVault Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the secret.
    SecretUrl string
    The URL referencing a secret in a Key Vault.
    SourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the secret.
    secretUrl String
    The URL referencing a secret in a Key Vault.
    sourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the secret.
    secretUrl string
    The URL referencing a secret in a Key Vault.
    sourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the secret.
    secret_url str
    The URL referencing a secret in a Key Vault.
    source_vault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the secret.
    secretUrl String
    The URL referencing a secret in a Key Vault.
    sourceVault Property Map
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing the secret.

    LinuxConfigurationResponse, LinuxConfigurationResponseArgs

    DisablePasswordAuthentication bool
    Specifies whether password authentication should be disabled.
    EnableVMAgentPlatformUpdates bool
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Linux virtual machine. Default value is false.
    PatchSettings Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.LinuxPatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    ProvisionVMAgent bool
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, default behavior is to set it to true. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    Ssh Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.SshConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the ssh key configuration for a Linux OS.
    DisablePasswordAuthentication bool
    Specifies whether password authentication should be disabled.
    EnableVMAgentPlatformUpdates bool
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Linux virtual machine. Default value is false.
    PatchSettings LinuxPatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    ProvisionVMAgent bool
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, default behavior is to set it to true. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    Ssh SshConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the ssh key configuration for a Linux OS.
    disablePasswordAuthentication Boolean
    Specifies whether password authentication should be disabled.
    enableVMAgentPlatformUpdates Boolean
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Linux virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patchSettings LinuxPatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    provisionVMAgent Boolean
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, default behavior is to set it to true. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    ssh SshConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the ssh key configuration for a Linux OS.
    disablePasswordAuthentication boolean
    Specifies whether password authentication should be disabled.
    enableVMAgentPlatformUpdates boolean
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Linux virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patchSettings LinuxPatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    provisionVMAgent boolean
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, default behavior is to set it to true. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    ssh SshConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the ssh key configuration for a Linux OS.
    disable_password_authentication bool
    Specifies whether password authentication should be disabled.
    enable_vm_agent_platform_updates bool
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Linux virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patch_settings LinuxPatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    provision_vm_agent bool
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, default behavior is to set it to true. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    ssh SshConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the ssh key configuration for a Linux OS.
    disablePasswordAuthentication Boolean
    Specifies whether password authentication should be disabled.
    enableVMAgentPlatformUpdates Boolean
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Linux virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patchSettings Property Map
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    provisionVMAgent Boolean
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, default behavior is to set it to true. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    ssh Property Map
    Specifies the ssh key configuration for a Linux OS.

    LinuxPatchSettingsResponse, LinuxPatchSettingsResponseArgs

    AssessmentMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patch Assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    AutomaticByPlatformSettings Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.LinuxVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    PatchMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: ImageDefault - The virtual machine's default patching configuration is used. AutomaticByPlatform - The virtual machine will be automatically updated by the platform. The property provisionVMAgent must be true
    AssessmentMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patch Assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    AutomaticByPlatformSettings LinuxVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    PatchMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: ImageDefault - The virtual machine's default patching configuration is used. AutomaticByPlatform - The virtual machine will be automatically updated by the platform. The property provisionVMAgent must be true
    assessmentMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patch Assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automaticByPlatformSettings LinuxVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    patchMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: ImageDefault - The virtual machine's default patching configuration is used. AutomaticByPlatform - The virtual machine will be automatically updated by the platform. The property provisionVMAgent must be true
    assessmentMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patch Assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automaticByPlatformSettings LinuxVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    patchMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: ImageDefault - The virtual machine's default patching configuration is used. AutomaticByPlatform - The virtual machine will be automatically updated by the platform. The property provisionVMAgent must be true
    assessment_mode str
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patch Assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automatic_by_platform_settings LinuxVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    patch_mode str
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: ImageDefault - The virtual machine's default patching configuration is used. AutomaticByPlatform - The virtual machine will be automatically updated by the platform. The property provisionVMAgent must be true
    assessmentMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patch Assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automaticByPlatformSettings Property Map
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Linux.
    patchMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: ImageDefault - The virtual machine's default patching configuration is used. AutomaticByPlatform - The virtual machine will be automatically updated by the platform. The property provisionVMAgent must be true

    LinuxVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse, LinuxVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponseArgs

    BypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule bool
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    RebootSetting string
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    BypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule bool
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    RebootSetting string
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule Boolean
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    rebootSetting String
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule boolean
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    rebootSetting string
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypass_platform_safety_checks_on_user_schedule bool
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    reboot_setting str
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule Boolean
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    rebootSetting String
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.

    ManagedDiskParametersResponse, ManagedDiskParametersResponseArgs

    DiskEncryptionSet Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk.
    Id string
    Resource Id
    SecurityProfile Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.VMDiskSecurityProfileResponse
    Specifies the security profile for the managed disk.
    StorageAccountType string
    Specifies the storage account type for the managed disk. NOTE: UltraSSD_LRS can only be used with data disks, it cannot be used with OS Disk.
    DiskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk.
    Id string
    Resource Id
    SecurityProfile VMDiskSecurityProfileResponse
    Specifies the security profile for the managed disk.
    StorageAccountType string
    Specifies the storage account type for the managed disk. NOTE: UltraSSD_LRS can only be used with data disks, it cannot be used with OS Disk.
    diskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk.
    id String
    Resource Id
    securityProfile VMDiskSecurityProfileResponse
    Specifies the security profile for the managed disk.
    storageAccountType String
    Specifies the storage account type for the managed disk. NOTE: UltraSSD_LRS can only be used with data disks, it cannot be used with OS Disk.
    diskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk.
    id string
    Resource Id
    securityProfile VMDiskSecurityProfileResponse
    Specifies the security profile for the managed disk.
    storageAccountType string
    Specifies the storage account type for the managed disk. NOTE: UltraSSD_LRS can only be used with data disks, it cannot be used with OS Disk.
    disk_encryption_set DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk.
    id str
    Resource Id
    security_profile VMDiskSecurityProfileResponse
    Specifies the security profile for the managed disk.
    storage_account_type str
    Specifies the storage account type for the managed disk. NOTE: UltraSSD_LRS can only be used with data disks, it cannot be used with OS Disk.
    diskEncryptionSet Property Map
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk.
    id String
    Resource Id
    securityProfile Property Map
    Specifies the security profile for the managed disk.
    storageAccountType String
    Specifies the storage account type for the managed disk. NOTE: UltraSSD_LRS can only be used with data disks, it cannot be used with OS Disk.

    OSProfileResponse, OSProfileResponseArgs

    AdminPassword string
    Specifies the password of the administrator account. Minimum-length (Windows): 8 characters Minimum-length (Linux): 6 characters Max-length (Windows): 123 characters Max-length (Linux): 72 characters Complexity requirements: 3 out of 4 conditions below need to be fulfilled Has lower characters Has upper characters Has a digit Has a special character (Regex match [\W_]) **Disallowed values:** "abc@123", "P@$$w0rd", "P@ssw0rd", "P@ssword123", "Pa$$word", "pass@word1", "Password!", "Password1", "Password22", "iloveyou!" For resetting the password, see How to reset the Remote Desktop service or its login password in a Windows VM For resetting root password, see Manage users, SSH, and check or repair disks on Azure Linux VMs using the VMAccess Extension
    AdminUsername string
    Specifies the name of the administrator account. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. Windows-only restriction: Cannot end in "." Disallowed values: "administrator", "admin", "user", "user1", "test", "user2", "test1", "user3", "admin1", "1", "123", "a", "actuser", "adm", "admin2", "aspnet", "backup", "console", "david", "guest", "john", "owner", "root", "server", "sql", "support", "support_388945a0", "sys", "test2", "test3", "user4", "user5". Minimum-length (Linux): 1 character Max-length (Linux): 64 characters Max-length (Windows): 20 characters.
    AllowExtensionOperations bool
    Specifies whether extension operations should be allowed on the virtual machine. This may only be set to False when no extensions are present on the virtual machine.
    ComputerName string
    Specifies the host OS name of the virtual machine. This name cannot be updated after the VM is created. Max-length (Windows): 15 characters. Max-length (Linux): 64 characters. For naming conventions and restrictions see Azure infrastructure services implementation guidelines.
    CustomData string
    Specifies a base-64 encoded string of custom data. The base-64 encoded string is decoded to a binary array that is saved as a file on the Virtual Machine. The maximum length of the binary array is 65535 bytes. Note: Do not pass any secrets or passwords in customData property. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. The property 'customData' is passed to the VM to be saved as a file, for more information see Custom Data on Azure VMs. For using cloud-init for your Linux VM, see Using cloud-init to customize a Linux VM during creation.
    LinuxConfiguration Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.LinuxConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Linux operating system settings on the virtual machine. For a list of supported Linux distributions, see Linux on Azure-Endorsed Distributions.
    RequireGuestProvisionSignal bool
    Optional property which must either be set to True or omitted.
    Secrets List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.VaultSecretGroupResponse>
    Specifies set of certificates that should be installed onto the virtual machine. To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    WindowsConfiguration Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.WindowsConfigurationResponse
    Specifies Windows operating system settings on the virtual machine.
    AdminPassword string
    Specifies the password of the administrator account. Minimum-length (Windows): 8 characters Minimum-length (Linux): 6 characters Max-length (Windows): 123 characters Max-length (Linux): 72 characters Complexity requirements: 3 out of 4 conditions below need to be fulfilled Has lower characters Has upper characters Has a digit Has a special character (Regex match [\W_]) **Disallowed values:** "abc@123", "P@$$w0rd", "P@ssw0rd", "P@ssword123", "Pa$$word", "pass@word1", "Password!", "Password1", "Password22", "iloveyou!" For resetting the password, see How to reset the Remote Desktop service or its login password in a Windows VM For resetting root password, see Manage users, SSH, and check or repair disks on Azure Linux VMs using the VMAccess Extension
    AdminUsername string
    Specifies the name of the administrator account. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. Windows-only restriction: Cannot end in "." Disallowed values: "administrator", "admin", "user", "user1", "test", "user2", "test1", "user3", "admin1", "1", "123", "a", "actuser", "adm", "admin2", "aspnet", "backup", "console", "david", "guest", "john", "owner", "root", "server", "sql", "support", "support_388945a0", "sys", "test2", "test3", "user4", "user5". Minimum-length (Linux): 1 character Max-length (Linux): 64 characters Max-length (Windows): 20 characters.
    AllowExtensionOperations bool
    Specifies whether extension operations should be allowed on the virtual machine. This may only be set to False when no extensions are present on the virtual machine.
    ComputerName string
    Specifies the host OS name of the virtual machine. This name cannot be updated after the VM is created. Max-length (Windows): 15 characters. Max-length (Linux): 64 characters. For naming conventions and restrictions see Azure infrastructure services implementation guidelines.
    CustomData string
    Specifies a base-64 encoded string of custom data. The base-64 encoded string is decoded to a binary array that is saved as a file on the Virtual Machine. The maximum length of the binary array is 65535 bytes. Note: Do not pass any secrets or passwords in customData property. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. The property 'customData' is passed to the VM to be saved as a file, for more information see Custom Data on Azure VMs. For using cloud-init for your Linux VM, see Using cloud-init to customize a Linux VM during creation.
    LinuxConfiguration LinuxConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Linux operating system settings on the virtual machine. For a list of supported Linux distributions, see Linux on Azure-Endorsed Distributions.
    RequireGuestProvisionSignal bool
    Optional property which must either be set to True or omitted.
    Secrets []VaultSecretGroupResponse
    Specifies set of certificates that should be installed onto the virtual machine. To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    WindowsConfiguration WindowsConfigurationResponse
    Specifies Windows operating system settings on the virtual machine.
    adminPassword String
    Specifies the password of the administrator account. Minimum-length (Windows): 8 characters Minimum-length (Linux): 6 characters Max-length (Windows): 123 characters Max-length (Linux): 72 characters Complexity requirements: 3 out of 4 conditions below need to be fulfilled Has lower characters Has upper characters Has a digit Has a special character (Regex match [\W_]) **Disallowed values:** "abc@123", "P@$$w0rd", "P@ssw0rd", "P@ssword123", "Pa$$word", "pass@word1", "Password!", "Password1", "Password22", "iloveyou!" For resetting the password, see How to reset the Remote Desktop service or its login password in a Windows VM For resetting root password, see Manage users, SSH, and check or repair disks on Azure Linux VMs using the VMAccess Extension
    adminUsername String
    Specifies the name of the administrator account. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. Windows-only restriction: Cannot end in "." Disallowed values: "administrator", "admin", "user", "user1", "test", "user2", "test1", "user3", "admin1", "1", "123", "a", "actuser", "adm", "admin2", "aspnet", "backup", "console", "david", "guest", "john", "owner", "root", "server", "sql", "support", "support_388945a0", "sys", "test2", "test3", "user4", "user5". Minimum-length (Linux): 1 character Max-length (Linux): 64 characters Max-length (Windows): 20 characters.
    allowExtensionOperations Boolean
    Specifies whether extension operations should be allowed on the virtual machine. This may only be set to False when no extensions are present on the virtual machine.
    computerName String
    Specifies the host OS name of the virtual machine. This name cannot be updated after the VM is created. Max-length (Windows): 15 characters. Max-length (Linux): 64 characters. For naming conventions and restrictions see Azure infrastructure services implementation guidelines.
    customData String
    Specifies a base-64 encoded string of custom data. The base-64 encoded string is decoded to a binary array that is saved as a file on the Virtual Machine. The maximum length of the binary array is 65535 bytes. Note: Do not pass any secrets or passwords in customData property. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. The property 'customData' is passed to the VM to be saved as a file, for more information see Custom Data on Azure VMs. For using cloud-init for your Linux VM, see Using cloud-init to customize a Linux VM during creation.
    linuxConfiguration LinuxConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Linux operating system settings on the virtual machine. For a list of supported Linux distributions, see Linux on Azure-Endorsed Distributions.
    requireGuestProvisionSignal Boolean
    Optional property which must either be set to True or omitted.
    secrets List<VaultSecretGroupResponse>
    Specifies set of certificates that should be installed onto the virtual machine. To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    windowsConfiguration WindowsConfigurationResponse
    Specifies Windows operating system settings on the virtual machine.
    adminPassword string
    Specifies the password of the administrator account. Minimum-length (Windows): 8 characters Minimum-length (Linux): 6 characters Max-length (Windows): 123 characters Max-length (Linux): 72 characters Complexity requirements: 3 out of 4 conditions below need to be fulfilled Has lower characters Has upper characters Has a digit Has a special character (Regex match [\W_]) **Disallowed values:** "abc@123", "P@$$w0rd", "P@ssw0rd", "P@ssword123", "Pa$$word", "pass@word1", "Password!", "Password1", "Password22", "iloveyou!" For resetting the password, see How to reset the Remote Desktop service or its login password in a Windows VM For resetting root password, see Manage users, SSH, and check or repair disks on Azure Linux VMs using the VMAccess Extension
    adminUsername string
    Specifies the name of the administrator account. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. Windows-only restriction: Cannot end in "." Disallowed values: "administrator", "admin", "user", "user1", "test", "user2", "test1", "user3", "admin1", "1", "123", "a", "actuser", "adm", "admin2", "aspnet", "backup", "console", "david", "guest", "john", "owner", "root", "server", "sql", "support", "support_388945a0", "sys", "test2", "test3", "user4", "user5". Minimum-length (Linux): 1 character Max-length (Linux): 64 characters Max-length (Windows): 20 characters.
    allowExtensionOperations boolean
    Specifies whether extension operations should be allowed on the virtual machine. This may only be set to False when no extensions are present on the virtual machine.
    computerName string
    Specifies the host OS name of the virtual machine. This name cannot be updated after the VM is created. Max-length (Windows): 15 characters. Max-length (Linux): 64 characters. For naming conventions and restrictions see Azure infrastructure services implementation guidelines.
    customData string
    Specifies a base-64 encoded string of custom data. The base-64 encoded string is decoded to a binary array that is saved as a file on the Virtual Machine. The maximum length of the binary array is 65535 bytes. Note: Do not pass any secrets or passwords in customData property. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. The property 'customData' is passed to the VM to be saved as a file, for more information see Custom Data on Azure VMs. For using cloud-init for your Linux VM, see Using cloud-init to customize a Linux VM during creation.
    linuxConfiguration LinuxConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Linux operating system settings on the virtual machine. For a list of supported Linux distributions, see Linux on Azure-Endorsed Distributions.
    requireGuestProvisionSignal boolean
    Optional property which must either be set to True or omitted.
    secrets VaultSecretGroupResponse[]
    Specifies set of certificates that should be installed onto the virtual machine. To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    windowsConfiguration WindowsConfigurationResponse
    Specifies Windows operating system settings on the virtual machine.
    admin_password str
    Specifies the password of the administrator account. Minimum-length (Windows): 8 characters Minimum-length (Linux): 6 characters Max-length (Windows): 123 characters Max-length (Linux): 72 characters Complexity requirements: 3 out of 4 conditions below need to be fulfilled Has lower characters Has upper characters Has a digit Has a special character (Regex match [\W_]) **Disallowed values:** "abc@123", "P@$$w0rd", "P@ssw0rd", "P@ssword123", "Pa$$word", "pass@word1", "Password!", "Password1", "Password22", "iloveyou!" For resetting the password, see How to reset the Remote Desktop service or its login password in a Windows VM For resetting root password, see Manage users, SSH, and check or repair disks on Azure Linux VMs using the VMAccess Extension
    admin_username str
    Specifies the name of the administrator account. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. Windows-only restriction: Cannot end in "." Disallowed values: "administrator", "admin", "user", "user1", "test", "user2", "test1", "user3", "admin1", "1", "123", "a", "actuser", "adm", "admin2", "aspnet", "backup", "console", "david", "guest", "john", "owner", "root", "server", "sql", "support", "support_388945a0", "sys", "test2", "test3", "user4", "user5". Minimum-length (Linux): 1 character Max-length (Linux): 64 characters Max-length (Windows): 20 characters.
    allow_extension_operations bool
    Specifies whether extension operations should be allowed on the virtual machine. This may only be set to False when no extensions are present on the virtual machine.
    computer_name str
    Specifies the host OS name of the virtual machine. This name cannot be updated after the VM is created. Max-length (Windows): 15 characters. Max-length (Linux): 64 characters. For naming conventions and restrictions see Azure infrastructure services implementation guidelines.
    custom_data str
    Specifies a base-64 encoded string of custom data. The base-64 encoded string is decoded to a binary array that is saved as a file on the Virtual Machine. The maximum length of the binary array is 65535 bytes. Note: Do not pass any secrets or passwords in customData property. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. The property 'customData' is passed to the VM to be saved as a file, for more information see Custom Data on Azure VMs. For using cloud-init for your Linux VM, see Using cloud-init to customize a Linux VM during creation.
    linux_configuration LinuxConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Linux operating system settings on the virtual machine. For a list of supported Linux distributions, see Linux on Azure-Endorsed Distributions.
    require_guest_provision_signal bool
    Optional property which must either be set to True or omitted.
    secrets Sequence[VaultSecretGroupResponse]
    Specifies set of certificates that should be installed onto the virtual machine. To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    windows_configuration WindowsConfigurationResponse
    Specifies Windows operating system settings on the virtual machine.
    adminPassword String
    Specifies the password of the administrator account. Minimum-length (Windows): 8 characters Minimum-length (Linux): 6 characters Max-length (Windows): 123 characters Max-length (Linux): 72 characters Complexity requirements: 3 out of 4 conditions below need to be fulfilled Has lower characters Has upper characters Has a digit Has a special character (Regex match [\W_]) **Disallowed values:** "abc@123", "P@$$w0rd", "P@ssw0rd", "P@ssword123", "Pa$$word", "pass@word1", "Password!", "Password1", "Password22", "iloveyou!" For resetting the password, see How to reset the Remote Desktop service or its login password in a Windows VM For resetting root password, see Manage users, SSH, and check or repair disks on Azure Linux VMs using the VMAccess Extension
    adminUsername String
    Specifies the name of the administrator account. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. Windows-only restriction: Cannot end in "." Disallowed values: "administrator", "admin", "user", "user1", "test", "user2", "test1", "user3", "admin1", "1", "123", "a", "actuser", "adm", "admin2", "aspnet", "backup", "console", "david", "guest", "john", "owner", "root", "server", "sql", "support", "support_388945a0", "sys", "test2", "test3", "user4", "user5". Minimum-length (Linux): 1 character Max-length (Linux): 64 characters Max-length (Windows): 20 characters.
    allowExtensionOperations Boolean
    Specifies whether extension operations should be allowed on the virtual machine. This may only be set to False when no extensions are present on the virtual machine.
    computerName String
    Specifies the host OS name of the virtual machine. This name cannot be updated after the VM is created. Max-length (Windows): 15 characters. Max-length (Linux): 64 characters. For naming conventions and restrictions see Azure infrastructure services implementation guidelines.
    customData String
    Specifies a base-64 encoded string of custom data. The base-64 encoded string is decoded to a binary array that is saved as a file on the Virtual Machine. The maximum length of the binary array is 65535 bytes. Note: Do not pass any secrets or passwords in customData property. This property cannot be updated after the VM is created. The property 'customData' is passed to the VM to be saved as a file, for more information see Custom Data on Azure VMs. For using cloud-init for your Linux VM, see Using cloud-init to customize a Linux VM during creation.
    linuxConfiguration Property Map
    Specifies the Linux operating system settings on the virtual machine. For a list of supported Linux distributions, see Linux on Azure-Endorsed Distributions.
    requireGuestProvisionSignal Boolean
    Optional property which must either be set to True or omitted.
    secrets List<Property Map>
    Specifies set of certificates that should be installed onto the virtual machine. To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    windowsConfiguration Property Map
    Specifies Windows operating system settings on the virtual machine.

    PatchSettingsResponse, PatchSettingsResponseArgs

    AssessmentMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest patch assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    AutomaticByPlatformSettings Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.WindowsVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    EnableHotpatching bool
    Enables customers to patch their Azure VMs without requiring a reboot. For enableHotpatching, the 'provisionVMAgent' must be set to true and 'patchMode' must be set to 'AutomaticByPlatform'.
    PatchMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: Manual - You control the application of patches to a virtual machine. You do this by applying patches manually inside the VM. In this mode, automatic updates are disabled; the property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be false AutomaticByOS - The virtual machine will automatically be updated by the OS. The property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true. AutomaticByPlatform - the virtual machine will automatically updated by the platform. The properties provisionVMAgent and WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true
    AssessmentMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest patch assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    AutomaticByPlatformSettings WindowsVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    EnableHotpatching bool
    Enables customers to patch their Azure VMs without requiring a reboot. For enableHotpatching, the 'provisionVMAgent' must be set to true and 'patchMode' must be set to 'AutomaticByPlatform'.
    PatchMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: Manual - You control the application of patches to a virtual machine. You do this by applying patches manually inside the VM. In this mode, automatic updates are disabled; the property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be false AutomaticByOS - The virtual machine will automatically be updated by the OS. The property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true. AutomaticByPlatform - the virtual machine will automatically updated by the platform. The properties provisionVMAgent and WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true
    assessmentMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest patch assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automaticByPlatformSettings WindowsVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    enableHotpatching Boolean
    Enables customers to patch their Azure VMs without requiring a reboot. For enableHotpatching, the 'provisionVMAgent' must be set to true and 'patchMode' must be set to 'AutomaticByPlatform'.
    patchMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: Manual - You control the application of patches to a virtual machine. You do this by applying patches manually inside the VM. In this mode, automatic updates are disabled; the property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be false AutomaticByOS - The virtual machine will automatically be updated by the OS. The property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true. AutomaticByPlatform - the virtual machine will automatically updated by the platform. The properties provisionVMAgent and WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true
    assessmentMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest patch assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automaticByPlatformSettings WindowsVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    enableHotpatching boolean
    Enables customers to patch their Azure VMs without requiring a reboot. For enableHotpatching, the 'provisionVMAgent' must be set to true and 'patchMode' must be set to 'AutomaticByPlatform'.
    patchMode string
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: Manual - You control the application of patches to a virtual machine. You do this by applying patches manually inside the VM. In this mode, automatic updates are disabled; the property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be false AutomaticByOS - The virtual machine will automatically be updated by the OS. The property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true. AutomaticByPlatform - the virtual machine will automatically updated by the platform. The properties provisionVMAgent and WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true
    assessment_mode str
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest patch assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automatic_by_platform_settings WindowsVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    enable_hotpatching bool
    Enables customers to patch their Azure VMs without requiring a reboot. For enableHotpatching, the 'provisionVMAgent' must be set to true and 'patchMode' must be set to 'AutomaticByPlatform'.
    patch_mode str
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: Manual - You control the application of patches to a virtual machine. You do this by applying patches manually inside the VM. In this mode, automatic updates are disabled; the property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be false AutomaticByOS - The virtual machine will automatically be updated by the OS. The property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true. AutomaticByPlatform - the virtual machine will automatically updated by the platform. The properties provisionVMAgent and WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true
    assessmentMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest patch assessment for the IaaS virtual machine. Possible values are: ImageDefault - You control the timing of patch assessments on a virtual machine. AutomaticByPlatform - The platform will trigger periodic patch assessments. The property provisionVMAgent must be true.
    automaticByPlatformSettings Property Map
    Specifies additional settings for patch mode AutomaticByPlatform in VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    enableHotpatching Boolean
    Enables customers to patch their Azure VMs without requiring a reboot. For enableHotpatching, the 'provisionVMAgent' must be set to true and 'patchMode' must be set to 'AutomaticByPlatform'.
    patchMode String
    Specifies the mode of VM Guest Patching to IaaS virtual machine or virtual machines associated to virtual machine scale set with OrchestrationMode as Flexible. Possible values are: Manual - You control the application of patches to a virtual machine. You do this by applying patches manually inside the VM. In this mode, automatic updates are disabled; the property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be false AutomaticByOS - The virtual machine will automatically be updated by the OS. The property WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true. AutomaticByPlatform - the virtual machine will automatically updated by the platform. The properties provisionVMAgent and WindowsConfiguration.enableAutomaticUpdates must be true

    RestorePointCollectionSourceProperties, RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesArgs

    Id string
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    Id string
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    id String
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    id string
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    id str
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    id String
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection

    RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesResponse, RestorePointCollectionSourcePropertiesResponseArgs

    Location string
    Location of the source resource used to create this restore point collection.
    Id string
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    Location string
    Location of the source resource used to create this restore point collection.
    Id string
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    location String
    Location of the source resource used to create this restore point collection.
    id String
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    location string
    Location of the source resource used to create this restore point collection.
    id string
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    location str
    Location of the source resource used to create this restore point collection.
    id str
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection
    location String
    Location of the source resource used to create this restore point collection.
    id String
    Resource Id of the source resource used to create this restore point collection

    RestorePointEncryptionResponse, RestorePointEncryptionResponseArgs

    DiskEncryptionSet Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Describes the parameter of customer managed disk encryption set resource id that can be specified for disk. Note: The disk encryption set resource id can only be specified for managed disk. Please refer https://aka.ms/mdssewithcmkoverview for more details.
    Type string
    The type of key used to encrypt the data of the disk restore point.
    DiskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Describes the parameter of customer managed disk encryption set resource id that can be specified for disk. Note: The disk encryption set resource id can only be specified for managed disk. Please refer https://aka.ms/mdssewithcmkoverview for more details.
    Type string
    The type of key used to encrypt the data of the disk restore point.
    diskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Describes the parameter of customer managed disk encryption set resource id that can be specified for disk. Note: The disk encryption set resource id can only be specified for managed disk. Please refer https://aka.ms/mdssewithcmkoverview for more details.
    type String
    The type of key used to encrypt the data of the disk restore point.
    diskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Describes the parameter of customer managed disk encryption set resource id that can be specified for disk. Note: The disk encryption set resource id can only be specified for managed disk. Please refer https://aka.ms/mdssewithcmkoverview for more details.
    type string
    The type of key used to encrypt the data of the disk restore point.
    disk_encryption_set DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Describes the parameter of customer managed disk encryption set resource id that can be specified for disk. Note: The disk encryption set resource id can only be specified for managed disk. Please refer https://aka.ms/mdssewithcmkoverview for more details.
    type str
    The type of key used to encrypt the data of the disk restore point.
    diskEncryptionSet Property Map
    Describes the parameter of customer managed disk encryption set resource id that can be specified for disk. Note: The disk encryption set resource id can only be specified for managed disk. Please refer https://aka.ms/mdssewithcmkoverview for more details.
    type String
    The type of key used to encrypt the data of the disk restore point.

    RestorePointInstanceViewResponse, RestorePointInstanceViewResponseArgs

    DiskRestorePoints []DiskRestorePointInstanceViewResponse
    The disk restore points information.
    Statuses []InstanceViewStatusResponse
    The resource status information.
    diskRestorePoints List<DiskRestorePointInstanceViewResponse>
    The disk restore points information.
    statuses List<InstanceViewStatusResponse>
    The resource status information.
    diskRestorePoints DiskRestorePointInstanceViewResponse[]
    The disk restore points information.
    statuses InstanceViewStatusResponse[]
    The resource status information.
    diskRestorePoints List<Property Map>
    The disk restore points information.
    statuses List<Property Map>
    The resource status information.

    RestorePointResponse, RestorePointResponseArgs

    Id string
    Resource Id
    InstanceView Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointInstanceViewResponse
    The restore point instance view.
    Name string
    Resource name
    ProvisioningState string
    Gets the provisioning state of the restore point.
    Type string
    Resource type
    ConsistencyMode string
    ConsistencyMode of the RestorePoint. Can be specified in the input while creating a restore point. For now, only CrashConsistent is accepted as a valid input. Please refer to https://aka.ms/RestorePoints for more details.
    ExcludeDisks List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.ApiEntityReferenceResponse>
    List of disk resource ids that the customer wishes to exclude from the restore point. If no disks are specified, all disks will be included.
    SourceMetadata Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointSourceMetadataResponse
    Gets the details of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    SourceRestorePoint Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source restore point from which a copy needs to be created.
    TimeCreated string
    Gets the creation time of the restore point.
    Id string
    Resource Id
    InstanceView RestorePointInstanceViewResponse
    The restore point instance view.
    Name string
    Resource name
    ProvisioningState string
    Gets the provisioning state of the restore point.
    Type string
    Resource type
    ConsistencyMode string
    ConsistencyMode of the RestorePoint. Can be specified in the input while creating a restore point. For now, only CrashConsistent is accepted as a valid input. Please refer to https://aka.ms/RestorePoints for more details.
    ExcludeDisks []ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    List of disk resource ids that the customer wishes to exclude from the restore point. If no disks are specified, all disks will be included.
    SourceMetadata RestorePointSourceMetadataResponse
    Gets the details of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    SourceRestorePoint ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source restore point from which a copy needs to be created.
    TimeCreated string
    Gets the creation time of the restore point.
    id String
    Resource Id
    instanceView RestorePointInstanceViewResponse
    The restore point instance view.
    name String
    Resource name
    provisioningState String
    Gets the provisioning state of the restore point.
    type String
    Resource type
    consistencyMode String
    ConsistencyMode of the RestorePoint. Can be specified in the input while creating a restore point. For now, only CrashConsistent is accepted as a valid input. Please refer to https://aka.ms/RestorePoints for more details.
    excludeDisks List<ApiEntityReferenceResponse>
    List of disk resource ids that the customer wishes to exclude from the restore point. If no disks are specified, all disks will be included.
    sourceMetadata RestorePointSourceMetadataResponse
    Gets the details of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    sourceRestorePoint ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source restore point from which a copy needs to be created.
    timeCreated String
    Gets the creation time of the restore point.
    id string
    Resource Id
    instanceView RestorePointInstanceViewResponse
    The restore point instance view.
    name string
    Resource name
    provisioningState string
    Gets the provisioning state of the restore point.
    type string
    Resource type
    consistencyMode string
    ConsistencyMode of the RestorePoint. Can be specified in the input while creating a restore point. For now, only CrashConsistent is accepted as a valid input. Please refer to https://aka.ms/RestorePoints for more details.
    excludeDisks ApiEntityReferenceResponse[]
    List of disk resource ids that the customer wishes to exclude from the restore point. If no disks are specified, all disks will be included.
    sourceMetadata RestorePointSourceMetadataResponse
    Gets the details of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    sourceRestorePoint ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source restore point from which a copy needs to be created.
    timeCreated string
    Gets the creation time of the restore point.
    id str
    Resource Id
    instance_view RestorePointInstanceViewResponse
    The restore point instance view.
    name str
    Resource name
    provisioning_state str
    Gets the provisioning state of the restore point.
    type str
    Resource type
    consistency_mode str
    ConsistencyMode of the RestorePoint. Can be specified in the input while creating a restore point. For now, only CrashConsistent is accepted as a valid input. Please refer to https://aka.ms/RestorePoints for more details.
    exclude_disks Sequence[ApiEntityReferenceResponse]
    List of disk resource ids that the customer wishes to exclude from the restore point. If no disks are specified, all disks will be included.
    source_metadata RestorePointSourceMetadataResponse
    Gets the details of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    source_restore_point ApiEntityReferenceResponse
    Resource Id of the source restore point from which a copy needs to be created.
    time_created str
    Gets the creation time of the restore point.
    id String
    Resource Id
    instanceView Property Map
    The restore point instance view.
    name String
    Resource name
    provisioningState String
    Gets the provisioning state of the restore point.
    type String
    Resource type
    consistencyMode String
    ConsistencyMode of the RestorePoint. Can be specified in the input while creating a restore point. For now, only CrashConsistent is accepted as a valid input. Please refer to https://aka.ms/RestorePoints for more details.
    excludeDisks List<Property Map>
    List of disk resource ids that the customer wishes to exclude from the restore point. If no disks are specified, all disks will be included.
    sourceMetadata Property Map
    Gets the details of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    sourceRestorePoint Property Map
    Resource Id of the source restore point from which a copy needs to be created.
    timeCreated String
    Gets the creation time of the restore point.

    RestorePointSourceMetadataResponse, RestorePointSourceMetadataResponseArgs

    DiagnosticsProfile Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiagnosticsProfileResponse
    Gets the diagnostics profile.
    HardwareProfile Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.HardwareProfileResponse
    Gets the hardware profile.
    HyperVGeneration string
    HyperVGeneration of the source VM for which restore point is captured.
    LicenseType string
    Gets the license type, which is for bring your own license scenario.
    Location string
    Location of the VM from which the restore point was created.
    OsProfile Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.OSProfileResponse
    Gets the OS profile.
    SecurityProfile Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.SecurityProfileResponse
    Gets the security profile.
    UserData string
    UserData associated with the source VM for which restore point is captured, which is a base-64 encoded value.
    VmId string
    Gets the virtual machine unique id.
    StorageProfile Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointSourceVMStorageProfileResponse
    Gets the storage profile.
    DiagnosticsProfile DiagnosticsProfileResponse
    Gets the diagnostics profile.
    HardwareProfile HardwareProfileResponse
    Gets the hardware profile.
    HyperVGeneration string
    HyperVGeneration of the source VM for which restore point is captured.
    LicenseType string
    Gets the license type, which is for bring your own license scenario.
    Location string
    Location of the VM from which the restore point was created.
    OsProfile OSProfileResponse
    Gets the OS profile.
    SecurityProfile SecurityProfileResponse
    Gets the security profile.
    UserData string
    UserData associated with the source VM for which restore point is captured, which is a base-64 encoded value.
    VmId string
    Gets the virtual machine unique id.
    StorageProfile RestorePointSourceVMStorageProfileResponse
    Gets the storage profile.
    diagnosticsProfile DiagnosticsProfileResponse
    Gets the diagnostics profile.
    hardwareProfile HardwareProfileResponse
    Gets the hardware profile.
    hyperVGeneration String
    HyperVGeneration of the source VM for which restore point is captured.
    licenseType String
    Gets the license type, which is for bring your own license scenario.
    location String
    Location of the VM from which the restore point was created.
    osProfile OSProfileResponse
    Gets the OS profile.
    securityProfile SecurityProfileResponse
    Gets the security profile.
    userData String
    UserData associated with the source VM for which restore point is captured, which is a base-64 encoded value.
    vmId String
    Gets the virtual machine unique id.
    storageProfile RestorePointSourceVMStorageProfileResponse
    Gets the storage profile.
    diagnosticsProfile DiagnosticsProfileResponse
    Gets the diagnostics profile.
    hardwareProfile HardwareProfileResponse
    Gets the hardware profile.
    hyperVGeneration string
    HyperVGeneration of the source VM for which restore point is captured.
    licenseType string
    Gets the license type, which is for bring your own license scenario.
    location string
    Location of the VM from which the restore point was created.
    osProfile OSProfileResponse
    Gets the OS profile.
    securityProfile SecurityProfileResponse
    Gets the security profile.
    userData string
    UserData associated with the source VM for which restore point is captured, which is a base-64 encoded value.
    vmId string
    Gets the virtual machine unique id.
    storageProfile RestorePointSourceVMStorageProfileResponse
    Gets the storage profile.
    diagnostics_profile DiagnosticsProfileResponse
    Gets the diagnostics profile.
    hardware_profile HardwareProfileResponse
    Gets the hardware profile.
    hyper_v_generation str
    HyperVGeneration of the source VM for which restore point is captured.
    license_type str
    Gets the license type, which is for bring your own license scenario.
    location str
    Location of the VM from which the restore point was created.
    os_profile OSProfileResponse
    Gets the OS profile.
    security_profile SecurityProfileResponse
    Gets the security profile.
    user_data str
    UserData associated with the source VM for which restore point is captured, which is a base-64 encoded value.
    vm_id str
    Gets the virtual machine unique id.
    storage_profile RestorePointSourceVMStorageProfileResponse
    Gets the storage profile.
    diagnosticsProfile Property Map
    Gets the diagnostics profile.
    hardwareProfile Property Map
    Gets the hardware profile.
    hyperVGeneration String
    HyperVGeneration of the source VM for which restore point is captured.
    licenseType String
    Gets the license type, which is for bring your own license scenario.
    location String
    Location of the VM from which the restore point was created.
    osProfile Property Map
    Gets the OS profile.
    securityProfile Property Map
    Gets the security profile.
    userData String
    UserData associated with the source VM for which restore point is captured, which is a base-64 encoded value.
    vmId String
    Gets the virtual machine unique id.
    storageProfile Property Map
    Gets the storage profile.

    RestorePointSourceVMDataDiskResponse, RestorePointSourceVMDataDiskResponseArgs

    Caching string
    Gets the caching type.
    DiskSizeGB int
    Gets the initial disk size in GB for blank data disks, and the new desired size for existing OS and Data disks.
    Lun int
    Gets the logical unit number.
    Name string
    Gets the disk name.
    WriteAcceleratorEnabled bool
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    DiskRestorePoint Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    ManagedDisk Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Contains the managed disk details.
    Caching string
    Gets the caching type.
    DiskSizeGB int
    Gets the initial disk size in GB for blank data disks, and the new desired size for existing OS and Data disks.
    Lun int
    Gets the logical unit number.
    Name string
    Gets the disk name.
    WriteAcceleratorEnabled bool
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    DiskRestorePoint DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    ManagedDisk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Contains the managed disk details.
    caching String
    Gets the caching type.
    diskSizeGB Integer
    Gets the initial disk size in GB for blank data disks, and the new desired size for existing OS and Data disks.
    lun Integer
    Gets the logical unit number.
    name String
    Gets the disk name.
    writeAcceleratorEnabled Boolean
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    diskRestorePoint DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managedDisk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Contains the managed disk details.
    caching string
    Gets the caching type.
    diskSizeGB number
    Gets the initial disk size in GB for blank data disks, and the new desired size for existing OS and Data disks.
    lun number
    Gets the logical unit number.
    name string
    Gets the disk name.
    writeAcceleratorEnabled boolean
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    diskRestorePoint DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managedDisk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Contains the managed disk details.
    caching str
    Gets the caching type.
    disk_size_gb int
    Gets the initial disk size in GB for blank data disks, and the new desired size for existing OS and Data disks.
    lun int
    Gets the logical unit number.
    name str
    Gets the disk name.
    write_accelerator_enabled bool
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    disk_restore_point DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managed_disk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Contains the managed disk details.
    caching String
    Gets the caching type.
    diskSizeGB Number
    Gets the initial disk size in GB for blank data disks, and the new desired size for existing OS and Data disks.
    lun Number
    Gets the logical unit number.
    name String
    Gets the disk name.
    writeAcceleratorEnabled Boolean
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    diskRestorePoint Property Map
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managedDisk Property Map
    Contains the managed disk details.

    RestorePointSourceVMOSDiskResponse, RestorePointSourceVMOSDiskResponseArgs

    Caching string
    Gets the caching type.
    DiskSizeGB int
    Gets the disk size in GB.
    EncryptionSettings Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiskEncryptionSettingsResponse
    Gets the disk encryption settings.
    Name string
    Gets the disk name.
    OsType string
    Gets the Operating System type.
    WriteAcceleratorEnabled bool
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    DiskRestorePoint Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    ManagedDisk Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Gets the managed disk details
    Caching string
    Gets the caching type.
    DiskSizeGB int
    Gets the disk size in GB.
    EncryptionSettings DiskEncryptionSettingsResponse
    Gets the disk encryption settings.
    Name string
    Gets the disk name.
    OsType string
    Gets the Operating System type.
    WriteAcceleratorEnabled bool
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    DiskRestorePoint DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    ManagedDisk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Gets the managed disk details
    caching String
    Gets the caching type.
    diskSizeGB Integer
    Gets the disk size in GB.
    encryptionSettings DiskEncryptionSettingsResponse
    Gets the disk encryption settings.
    name String
    Gets the disk name.
    osType String
    Gets the Operating System type.
    writeAcceleratorEnabled Boolean
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    diskRestorePoint DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managedDisk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Gets the managed disk details
    caching string
    Gets the caching type.
    diskSizeGB number
    Gets the disk size in GB.
    encryptionSettings DiskEncryptionSettingsResponse
    Gets the disk encryption settings.
    name string
    Gets the disk name.
    osType string
    Gets the Operating System type.
    writeAcceleratorEnabled boolean
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    diskRestorePoint DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managedDisk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Gets the managed disk details
    caching str
    Gets the caching type.
    disk_size_gb int
    Gets the disk size in GB.
    encryption_settings DiskEncryptionSettingsResponse
    Gets the disk encryption settings.
    name str
    Gets the disk name.
    os_type str
    Gets the Operating System type.
    write_accelerator_enabled bool
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    disk_restore_point DiskRestorePointAttributesResponse
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managed_disk ManagedDiskParametersResponse
    Gets the managed disk details
    caching String
    Gets the caching type.
    diskSizeGB Number
    Gets the disk size in GB.
    encryptionSettings Property Map
    Gets the disk encryption settings.
    name String
    Gets the disk name.
    osType String
    Gets the Operating System type.
    writeAcceleratorEnabled Boolean
    Shows true if the disk is write-accelerator enabled.
    diskRestorePoint Property Map
    Contains Disk Restore Point properties.
    managedDisk Property Map
    Gets the managed disk details

    RestorePointSourceVMStorageProfileResponse, RestorePointSourceVMStorageProfileResponseArgs

    DataDisks List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointSourceVMDataDiskResponse>
    Gets the data disks of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    OsDisk Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.RestorePointSourceVMOSDiskResponse
    Gets the OS disk of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    DataDisks []RestorePointSourceVMDataDiskResponse
    Gets the data disks of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    OsDisk RestorePointSourceVMOSDiskResponse
    Gets the OS disk of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    dataDisks List<RestorePointSourceVMDataDiskResponse>
    Gets the data disks of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    osDisk RestorePointSourceVMOSDiskResponse
    Gets the OS disk of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    dataDisks RestorePointSourceVMDataDiskResponse[]
    Gets the data disks of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    osDisk RestorePointSourceVMOSDiskResponse
    Gets the OS disk of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    data_disks Sequence[RestorePointSourceVMDataDiskResponse]
    Gets the data disks of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    os_disk RestorePointSourceVMOSDiskResponse
    Gets the OS disk of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    dataDisks List<Property Map>
    Gets the data disks of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.
    osDisk Property Map
    Gets the OS disk of the VM captured at the time of the restore point creation.

    SecurityProfileResponse, SecurityProfileResponseArgs

    EncryptionAtHost bool
    This property can be used by user in the request to enable or disable the Host Encryption for the virtual machine or virtual machine scale set. This will enable the encryption for all the disks including Resource/Temp disk at host itself. The default behavior is: The Encryption at host will be disabled unless this property is set to true for the resource.
    SecurityType string
    Specifies the SecurityType of the virtual machine. It has to be set to any specified value to enable UefiSettings. The default behavior is: UefiSettings will not be enabled unless this property is set.
    UefiSettings Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.UefiSettingsResponse
    Specifies the security settings like secure boot and vTPM used while creating the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    EncryptionAtHost bool
    This property can be used by user in the request to enable or disable the Host Encryption for the virtual machine or virtual machine scale set. This will enable the encryption for all the disks including Resource/Temp disk at host itself. The default behavior is: The Encryption at host will be disabled unless this property is set to true for the resource.
    SecurityType string
    Specifies the SecurityType of the virtual machine. It has to be set to any specified value to enable UefiSettings. The default behavior is: UefiSettings will not be enabled unless this property is set.
    UefiSettings UefiSettingsResponse
    Specifies the security settings like secure boot and vTPM used while creating the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    encryptionAtHost Boolean
    This property can be used by user in the request to enable or disable the Host Encryption for the virtual machine or virtual machine scale set. This will enable the encryption for all the disks including Resource/Temp disk at host itself. The default behavior is: The Encryption at host will be disabled unless this property is set to true for the resource.
    securityType String
    Specifies the SecurityType of the virtual machine. It has to be set to any specified value to enable UefiSettings. The default behavior is: UefiSettings will not be enabled unless this property is set.
    uefiSettings UefiSettingsResponse
    Specifies the security settings like secure boot and vTPM used while creating the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    encryptionAtHost boolean
    This property can be used by user in the request to enable or disable the Host Encryption for the virtual machine or virtual machine scale set. This will enable the encryption for all the disks including Resource/Temp disk at host itself. The default behavior is: The Encryption at host will be disabled unless this property is set to true for the resource.
    securityType string
    Specifies the SecurityType of the virtual machine. It has to be set to any specified value to enable UefiSettings. The default behavior is: UefiSettings will not be enabled unless this property is set.
    uefiSettings UefiSettingsResponse
    Specifies the security settings like secure boot and vTPM used while creating the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    encryption_at_host bool
    This property can be used by user in the request to enable or disable the Host Encryption for the virtual machine or virtual machine scale set. This will enable the encryption for all the disks including Resource/Temp disk at host itself. The default behavior is: The Encryption at host will be disabled unless this property is set to true for the resource.
    security_type str
    Specifies the SecurityType of the virtual machine. It has to be set to any specified value to enable UefiSettings. The default behavior is: UefiSettings will not be enabled unless this property is set.
    uefi_settings UefiSettingsResponse
    Specifies the security settings like secure boot and vTPM used while creating the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    encryptionAtHost Boolean
    This property can be used by user in the request to enable or disable the Host Encryption for the virtual machine or virtual machine scale set. This will enable the encryption for all the disks including Resource/Temp disk at host itself. The default behavior is: The Encryption at host will be disabled unless this property is set to true for the resource.
    securityType String
    Specifies the SecurityType of the virtual machine. It has to be set to any specified value to enable UefiSettings. The default behavior is: UefiSettings will not be enabled unless this property is set.
    uefiSettings Property Map
    Specifies the security settings like secure boot and vTPM used while creating the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.

    SshConfigurationResponse, SshConfigurationResponseArgs

    PublicKeys List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.SshPublicKeyResponse>
    The list of SSH public keys used to authenticate with linux based VMs.
    PublicKeys []SshPublicKeyResponse
    The list of SSH public keys used to authenticate with linux based VMs.
    publicKeys List<SshPublicKeyResponse>
    The list of SSH public keys used to authenticate with linux based VMs.
    publicKeys SshPublicKeyResponse[]
    The list of SSH public keys used to authenticate with linux based VMs.
    public_keys Sequence[SshPublicKeyResponse]
    The list of SSH public keys used to authenticate with linux based VMs.
    publicKeys List<Property Map>
    The list of SSH public keys used to authenticate with linux based VMs.

    SshPublicKeyResponse, SshPublicKeyResponseArgs

    KeyData string
    SSH public key certificate used to authenticate with the VM through ssh. The key needs to be at least 2048-bit and in ssh-rsa format. For creating ssh keys, see [Create SSH keys on Linux and Mac for Linux VMs in Azure]https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/virtual-machines/linux/create-ssh-keys-detailed).
    Path string
    Specifies the full path on the created VM where ssh public key is stored. If the file already exists, the specified key is appended to the file. Example: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys
    KeyData string
    SSH public key certificate used to authenticate with the VM through ssh. The key needs to be at least 2048-bit and in ssh-rsa format. For creating ssh keys, see [Create SSH keys on Linux and Mac for Linux VMs in Azure]https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/virtual-machines/linux/create-ssh-keys-detailed).
    Path string
    Specifies the full path on the created VM where ssh public key is stored. If the file already exists, the specified key is appended to the file. Example: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys
    keyData String
    SSH public key certificate used to authenticate with the VM through ssh. The key needs to be at least 2048-bit and in ssh-rsa format. For creating ssh keys, see [Create SSH keys on Linux and Mac for Linux VMs in Azure]https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/virtual-machines/linux/create-ssh-keys-detailed).
    path String
    Specifies the full path on the created VM where ssh public key is stored. If the file already exists, the specified key is appended to the file. Example: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys
    keyData string
    SSH public key certificate used to authenticate with the VM through ssh. The key needs to be at least 2048-bit and in ssh-rsa format. For creating ssh keys, see [Create SSH keys on Linux and Mac for Linux VMs in Azure]https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/virtual-machines/linux/create-ssh-keys-detailed).
    path string
    Specifies the full path on the created VM where ssh public key is stored. If the file already exists, the specified key is appended to the file. Example: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys
    key_data str
    SSH public key certificate used to authenticate with the VM through ssh. The key needs to be at least 2048-bit and in ssh-rsa format. For creating ssh keys, see [Create SSH keys on Linux and Mac for Linux VMs in Azure]https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/virtual-machines/linux/create-ssh-keys-detailed).
    path str
    Specifies the full path on the created VM where ssh public key is stored. If the file already exists, the specified key is appended to the file. Example: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys
    keyData String
    SSH public key certificate used to authenticate with the VM through ssh. The key needs to be at least 2048-bit and in ssh-rsa format. For creating ssh keys, see [Create SSH keys on Linux and Mac for Linux VMs in Azure]https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/virtual-machines/linux/create-ssh-keys-detailed).
    path String
    Specifies the full path on the created VM where ssh public key is stored. If the file already exists, the specified key is appended to the file. Example: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys

    SubResourceResponse, SubResourceResponseArgs

    Id string
    Resource Id
    Id string
    Resource Id
    id String
    Resource Id
    id string
    Resource Id
    id str
    Resource Id
    id String
    Resource Id

    UefiSettingsResponse, UefiSettingsResponseArgs

    SecureBootEnabled bool
    Specifies whether secure boot should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    VTpmEnabled bool
    Specifies whether vTPM should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    SecureBootEnabled bool
    Specifies whether secure boot should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    VTpmEnabled bool
    Specifies whether vTPM should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    secureBootEnabled Boolean
    Specifies whether secure boot should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    vTpmEnabled Boolean
    Specifies whether vTPM should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    secureBootEnabled boolean
    Specifies whether secure boot should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    vTpmEnabled boolean
    Specifies whether vTPM should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    secure_boot_enabled bool
    Specifies whether secure boot should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    v_tpm_enabled bool
    Specifies whether vTPM should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    secureBootEnabled Boolean
    Specifies whether secure boot should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.
    vTpmEnabled Boolean
    Specifies whether vTPM should be enabled on the virtual machine. Minimum api-version: 2020-12-01.

    VMDiskSecurityProfileResponse, VMDiskSecurityProfileResponseArgs

    DiskEncryptionSet Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk that is used for Customer Managed Key encrypted ConfidentialVM OS Disk and VMGuest blob.
    SecurityEncryptionType string
    Specifies the EncryptionType of the managed disk. It is set to DiskWithVMGuestState for encryption of the managed disk along with VMGuestState blob, and VMGuestStateOnly for encryption of just the VMGuestState blob. Note: It can be set for only Confidential VMs.
    DiskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk that is used for Customer Managed Key encrypted ConfidentialVM OS Disk and VMGuest blob.
    SecurityEncryptionType string
    Specifies the EncryptionType of the managed disk. It is set to DiskWithVMGuestState for encryption of the managed disk along with VMGuestState blob, and VMGuestStateOnly for encryption of just the VMGuestState blob. Note: It can be set for only Confidential VMs.
    diskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk that is used for Customer Managed Key encrypted ConfidentialVM OS Disk and VMGuest blob.
    securityEncryptionType String
    Specifies the EncryptionType of the managed disk. It is set to DiskWithVMGuestState for encryption of the managed disk along with VMGuestState blob, and VMGuestStateOnly for encryption of just the VMGuestState blob. Note: It can be set for only Confidential VMs.
    diskEncryptionSet DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk that is used for Customer Managed Key encrypted ConfidentialVM OS Disk and VMGuest blob.
    securityEncryptionType string
    Specifies the EncryptionType of the managed disk. It is set to DiskWithVMGuestState for encryption of the managed disk along with VMGuestState blob, and VMGuestStateOnly for encryption of just the VMGuestState blob. Note: It can be set for only Confidential VMs.
    disk_encryption_set DiskEncryptionSetParametersResponse
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk that is used for Customer Managed Key encrypted ConfidentialVM OS Disk and VMGuest blob.
    security_encryption_type str
    Specifies the EncryptionType of the managed disk. It is set to DiskWithVMGuestState for encryption of the managed disk along with VMGuestState blob, and VMGuestStateOnly for encryption of just the VMGuestState blob. Note: It can be set for only Confidential VMs.
    diskEncryptionSet Property Map
    Specifies the customer managed disk encryption set resource id for the managed disk that is used for Customer Managed Key encrypted ConfidentialVM OS Disk and VMGuest blob.
    securityEncryptionType String
    Specifies the EncryptionType of the managed disk. It is set to DiskWithVMGuestState for encryption of the managed disk along with VMGuestState blob, and VMGuestStateOnly for encryption of just the VMGuestState blob. Note: It can be set for only Confidential VMs.

    VMSizePropertiesResponse, VMSizePropertiesResponseArgs

    VCPUsAvailable int
    Specifies the number of vCPUs available for the VM. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is to set it to the value of vCPUs available for that VM size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region.
    VCPUsPerCore int
    Specifies the vCPU to physical core ratio. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is set to the value of vCPUsPerCore for the VM Size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region. Setting this property to 1 also means that hyper-threading is disabled.
    VCPUsAvailable int
    Specifies the number of vCPUs available for the VM. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is to set it to the value of vCPUs available for that VM size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region.
    VCPUsPerCore int
    Specifies the vCPU to physical core ratio. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is set to the value of vCPUsPerCore for the VM Size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region. Setting this property to 1 also means that hyper-threading is disabled.
    vCPUsAvailable Integer
    Specifies the number of vCPUs available for the VM. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is to set it to the value of vCPUs available for that VM size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region.
    vCPUsPerCore Integer
    Specifies the vCPU to physical core ratio. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is set to the value of vCPUsPerCore for the VM Size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region. Setting this property to 1 also means that hyper-threading is disabled.
    vCPUsAvailable number
    Specifies the number of vCPUs available for the VM. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is to set it to the value of vCPUs available for that VM size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region.
    vCPUsPerCore number
    Specifies the vCPU to physical core ratio. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is set to the value of vCPUsPerCore for the VM Size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region. Setting this property to 1 also means that hyper-threading is disabled.
    v_cpus_available int
    Specifies the number of vCPUs available for the VM. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is to set it to the value of vCPUs available for that VM size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region.
    v_cpus_per_core int
    Specifies the vCPU to physical core ratio. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is set to the value of vCPUsPerCore for the VM Size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region. Setting this property to 1 also means that hyper-threading is disabled.
    vCPUsAvailable Number
    Specifies the number of vCPUs available for the VM. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is to set it to the value of vCPUs available for that VM size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region.
    vCPUsPerCore Number
    Specifies the vCPU to physical core ratio. When this property is not specified in the request body the default behavior is set to the value of vCPUsPerCore for the VM Size exposed in api response of List all available virtual machine sizes in a region. Setting this property to 1 also means that hyper-threading is disabled.

    VaultCertificateResponse, VaultCertificateResponseArgs

    CertificateStore string
    For Windows VMs, specifies the certificate store on the Virtual Machine to which the certificate should be added. The specified certificate store is implicitly in the LocalMachine account. For Linux VMs, the certificate file is placed under the /var/lib/waagent directory, with the file name <UppercaseThumbprint>.crt for the X509 certificate file and <UppercaseThumbprint>.prv for private key. Both of these files are .pem formatted.
    CertificateUrl string
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    CertificateStore string
    For Windows VMs, specifies the certificate store on the Virtual Machine to which the certificate should be added. The specified certificate store is implicitly in the LocalMachine account. For Linux VMs, the certificate file is placed under the /var/lib/waagent directory, with the file name <UppercaseThumbprint>.crt for the X509 certificate file and <UppercaseThumbprint>.prv for private key. Both of these files are .pem formatted.
    CertificateUrl string
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    certificateStore String
    For Windows VMs, specifies the certificate store on the Virtual Machine to which the certificate should be added. The specified certificate store is implicitly in the LocalMachine account. For Linux VMs, the certificate file is placed under the /var/lib/waagent directory, with the file name <UppercaseThumbprint>.crt for the X509 certificate file and <UppercaseThumbprint>.prv for private key. Both of these files are .pem formatted.
    certificateUrl String
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    certificateStore string
    For Windows VMs, specifies the certificate store on the Virtual Machine to which the certificate should be added. The specified certificate store is implicitly in the LocalMachine account. For Linux VMs, the certificate file is placed under the /var/lib/waagent directory, with the file name <UppercaseThumbprint>.crt for the X509 certificate file and <UppercaseThumbprint>.prv for private key. Both of these files are .pem formatted.
    certificateUrl string
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    certificate_store str
    For Windows VMs, specifies the certificate store on the Virtual Machine to which the certificate should be added. The specified certificate store is implicitly in the LocalMachine account. For Linux VMs, the certificate file is placed under the /var/lib/waagent directory, with the file name <UppercaseThumbprint>.crt for the X509 certificate file and <UppercaseThumbprint>.prv for private key. Both of these files are .pem formatted.
    certificate_url str
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    certificateStore String
    For Windows VMs, specifies the certificate store on the Virtual Machine to which the certificate should be added. The specified certificate store is implicitly in the LocalMachine account. For Linux VMs, the certificate file is placed under the /var/lib/waagent directory, with the file name <UppercaseThumbprint>.crt for the X509 certificate file and <UppercaseThumbprint>.prv for private key. Both of these files are .pem formatted.
    certificateUrl String
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.

    VaultSecretGroupResponse, VaultSecretGroupResponseArgs

    SourceVault Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing all of the certificates in VaultCertificates.
    VaultCertificates List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.VaultCertificateResponse>
    The list of key vault references in SourceVault which contain certificates.
    SourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing all of the certificates in VaultCertificates.
    VaultCertificates []VaultCertificateResponse
    The list of key vault references in SourceVault which contain certificates.
    sourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing all of the certificates in VaultCertificates.
    vaultCertificates List<VaultCertificateResponse>
    The list of key vault references in SourceVault which contain certificates.
    sourceVault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing all of the certificates in VaultCertificates.
    vaultCertificates VaultCertificateResponse[]
    The list of key vault references in SourceVault which contain certificates.
    source_vault SubResourceResponse
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing all of the certificates in VaultCertificates.
    vault_certificates Sequence[VaultCertificateResponse]
    The list of key vault references in SourceVault which contain certificates.
    sourceVault Property Map
    The relative URL of the Key Vault containing all of the certificates in VaultCertificates.
    vaultCertificates List<Property Map>
    The list of key vault references in SourceVault which contain certificates.

    WinRMConfigurationResponse, WinRMConfigurationResponseArgs

    Listeners List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.WinRMListenerResponse>
    The list of Windows Remote Management listeners
    Listeners []WinRMListenerResponse
    The list of Windows Remote Management listeners
    listeners List<WinRMListenerResponse>
    The list of Windows Remote Management listeners
    listeners WinRMListenerResponse[]
    The list of Windows Remote Management listeners
    listeners Sequence[WinRMListenerResponse]
    The list of Windows Remote Management listeners
    listeners List<Property Map>
    The list of Windows Remote Management listeners

    WinRMListenerResponse, WinRMListenerResponseArgs

    CertificateUrl string
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    Protocol string
    Specifies the protocol of WinRM listener. Possible values are: http, https.
    CertificateUrl string
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    Protocol string
    Specifies the protocol of WinRM listener. Possible values are: http, https.
    certificateUrl String
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    protocol String
    Specifies the protocol of WinRM listener. Possible values are: http, https.
    certificateUrl string
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    protocol string
    Specifies the protocol of WinRM listener. Possible values are: http, https.
    certificate_url str
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    protocol str
    Specifies the protocol of WinRM listener. Possible values are: http, https.
    certificateUrl String
    This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8: { "data":"", "dataType":"pfx", "password":""} To install certificates on a virtual machine it is recommended to use the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Linux or the Azure Key Vault virtual machine extension for Windows.
    protocol String
    Specifies the protocol of WinRM listener. Possible values are: http, https.

    WindowsConfigurationResponse, WindowsConfigurationResponseArgs

    AdditionalUnattendContent List<Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.AdditionalUnattendContentResponse>
    Specifies additional base-64 encoded XML formatted information that can be included in the Unattend.xml file, which is used by Windows Setup.
    EnableAutomaticUpdates bool
    Indicates whether Automatic Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is true. For virtual machine scale sets, this property can be updated and updates will take effect on OS reprovisioning.
    EnableVMAgentPlatformUpdates bool
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is false.
    PatchSettings Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.PatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    ProvisionVMAgent bool
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, it is set to true by default. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    TimeZone string
    Specifies the time zone of the virtual machine. e.g. "Pacific Standard Time". Possible values can be TimeZoneInfo.Id value from time zones returned by TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones.
    WinRM Pulumi.AzureNative.Compute.Inputs.WinRMConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Windows Remote Management listeners. This enables remote Windows PowerShell.
    AdditionalUnattendContent []AdditionalUnattendContentResponse
    Specifies additional base-64 encoded XML formatted information that can be included in the Unattend.xml file, which is used by Windows Setup.
    EnableAutomaticUpdates bool
    Indicates whether Automatic Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is true. For virtual machine scale sets, this property can be updated and updates will take effect on OS reprovisioning.
    EnableVMAgentPlatformUpdates bool
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is false.
    PatchSettings PatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    ProvisionVMAgent bool
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, it is set to true by default. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    TimeZone string
    Specifies the time zone of the virtual machine. e.g. "Pacific Standard Time". Possible values can be TimeZoneInfo.Id value from time zones returned by TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones.
    WinRM WinRMConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Windows Remote Management listeners. This enables remote Windows PowerShell.
    additionalUnattendContent List<AdditionalUnattendContentResponse>
    Specifies additional base-64 encoded XML formatted information that can be included in the Unattend.xml file, which is used by Windows Setup.
    enableAutomaticUpdates Boolean
    Indicates whether Automatic Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is true. For virtual machine scale sets, this property can be updated and updates will take effect on OS reprovisioning.
    enableVMAgentPlatformUpdates Boolean
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patchSettings PatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    provisionVMAgent Boolean
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, it is set to true by default. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    timeZone String
    Specifies the time zone of the virtual machine. e.g. "Pacific Standard Time". Possible values can be TimeZoneInfo.Id value from time zones returned by TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones.
    winRM WinRMConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Windows Remote Management listeners. This enables remote Windows PowerShell.
    additionalUnattendContent AdditionalUnattendContentResponse[]
    Specifies additional base-64 encoded XML formatted information that can be included in the Unattend.xml file, which is used by Windows Setup.
    enableAutomaticUpdates boolean
    Indicates whether Automatic Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is true. For virtual machine scale sets, this property can be updated and updates will take effect on OS reprovisioning.
    enableVMAgentPlatformUpdates boolean
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patchSettings PatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    provisionVMAgent boolean
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, it is set to true by default. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    timeZone string
    Specifies the time zone of the virtual machine. e.g. "Pacific Standard Time". Possible values can be TimeZoneInfo.Id value from time zones returned by TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones.
    winRM WinRMConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Windows Remote Management listeners. This enables remote Windows PowerShell.
    additional_unattend_content Sequence[AdditionalUnattendContentResponse]
    Specifies additional base-64 encoded XML formatted information that can be included in the Unattend.xml file, which is used by Windows Setup.
    enable_automatic_updates bool
    Indicates whether Automatic Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is true. For virtual machine scale sets, this property can be updated and updates will take effect on OS reprovisioning.
    enable_vm_agent_platform_updates bool
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patch_settings PatchSettingsResponse
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    provision_vm_agent bool
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, it is set to true by default. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    time_zone str
    Specifies the time zone of the virtual machine. e.g. "Pacific Standard Time". Possible values can be TimeZoneInfo.Id value from time zones returned by TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones.
    win_rm WinRMConfigurationResponse
    Specifies the Windows Remote Management listeners. This enables remote Windows PowerShell.
    additionalUnattendContent List<Property Map>
    Specifies additional base-64 encoded XML formatted information that can be included in the Unattend.xml file, which is used by Windows Setup.
    enableAutomaticUpdates Boolean
    Indicates whether Automatic Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is true. For virtual machine scale sets, this property can be updated and updates will take effect on OS reprovisioning.
    enableVMAgentPlatformUpdates Boolean
    Indicates whether VMAgent Platform Updates is enabled for the Windows virtual machine. Default value is false.
    patchSettings Property Map
    [Preview Feature] Specifies settings related to VM Guest Patching on Windows.
    provisionVMAgent Boolean
    Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine. When this property is not specified in the request body, it is set to true by default. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
    timeZone String
    Specifies the time zone of the virtual machine. e.g. "Pacific Standard Time". Possible values can be TimeZoneInfo.Id value from time zones returned by TimeZoneInfo.GetSystemTimeZones.
    winRM Property Map
    Specifies the Windows Remote Management listeners. This enables remote Windows PowerShell.

    WindowsVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponse, WindowsVMGuestPatchAutomaticByPlatformSettingsResponseArgs

    BypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule bool
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    RebootSetting string
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    BypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule bool
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    RebootSetting string
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule Boolean
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    rebootSetting String
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule boolean
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    rebootSetting string
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypass_platform_safety_checks_on_user_schedule bool
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    reboot_setting str
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.
    bypassPlatformSafetyChecksOnUserSchedule Boolean
    Enables customer to schedule patching without accidental upgrades
    rebootSetting String
    Specifies the reboot setting for all AutomaticByPlatform patch installation operations.

    Import

    An existing resource can be imported using its type token, name, and identifier, e.g.

    $ pulumi import azure-native:compute:RestorePointCollection myRpc /subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/Microsoft.Compute/restorePointCollections/{restorePointCollectionName} 
    

    Package Details

    Repository
    Azure Native pulumi/pulumi-azure-native
    License
    Apache-2.0
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    This is the latest version of Azure Native. Use the Azure Native v1 docs if using the v1 version of this package.
    Azure Native v2.30.0 published on Friday, Feb 23, 2024 by Pulumi