Because I’m doing a lot of demos with Azure Policies, I searched how to clean, quickly and easily, my subscription of all these policies. For example, I deployed the following policies on a subscription:

 Azure Policy

To start, connect to your Azure account, in PowerShell, and select the subscription that you want to clean:

Execute the following command to clean all of the subscription’s policies:Azure account in PowerShell

Admin Windows PowerShell

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When the command has finished, your subscription is empty of policies:

Policy Compliance

It is an easy command, but one that will save a lot of time.

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Florent Appointaire
Florent Appointaire is Microsoft Engineer with 5 years of experience, specialized in Cloud Technologies (Public/Hybrid/Private). He is a freelance consultant in Belgium from the beginning of 2017. He is MVP Cloud and Datacentre Management. He is MCSE Private Cloud and Hyper-V certified. His favorite products are SCVMM, SCOM, Windows Azure pack/Azure Stack and Microsoft Azure.