Working with Windows Azure Storage –Remove Storage Container – PowerShell Part – 4

Continuation  from Part –3. Removing Azure Storage Container. While working with Azure i make sure i do not create anything which is not required/if testing, drop it once done. Azure services are paid and creating things which are not required may be chargeable (You will be billed for the services you use)

 

Lets see how can we drop the storage containers attached to the Storage Account.

 

Create the Storage Account context as explained in part-3.

Get the list of Azure Container attached to a storage Account

Get-AzureStorageContainer -Context $destContext

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Drop the container

Remove-AzureStorageContainer -Name testcontainer1 -Context $destContext

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