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AZURE - How to print out details of my networks, drives, etc.

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I'm a newbie to Azure.  Can someone tell me the steps to print out the networks I have, their IP addresses, drives I have, etc.
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likely the good place to start is via  Azure Management Portal see a list of IaaS Virtual Machines and/or PaaS web/worker roles that are connected to a particular virtual network. This also  share PowerShell code snippet to display the list of cloud services, roles and instances that are connected to a particular Azure Virtual Network.
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How do I use that power shell snippet?  I tried pasting it into my powershell command line and it didn't work.
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You will need installation of the Azure modules, do check out below "How to install and configure Azure PowerShell" @ http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/install-configure-powershell/
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