Using PowerShell to make Azure Automation Graphical Runbooks - Part 2

The previous article in this series covered the release of the Microsoft Azure Automation Graphical Authoring SDK, and began to outline some of the classes used and, where possible, the visible elements they relate to in the Azure portal itself.

This second part of the series focuses on probably the most time consuming and challenging part of scripting these runbooks, those to do with Activities.

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