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Need help to correct Azure PowerShell stamens. Create Azure Vault and Set Keys...

Hi, Please help to crate and configure Azure Key with PowerShell, I have my own certificate, and CA (Certificate Authority) should be able revoke cert. in case of security emergency...

New-AzureRmKeyVault –VaultName "MainVault" –ResourceGroupName "DevResources" –Location "West US"  ?????
// How to finish statement?
                  –Sku "Premium"
//                  OR
                  -EnabledForDiskEncryption
//                  ???


Add-AzureKeyVaultKey –VaultName “MainVault” –Name “MyString1”    ????
// How to finish statement? HSM and Import Certificate or Software?
                  -Destination HSM -KeyFilePath ‘C:\MyCertificates\MyCertKey.pfx’ -KeyFilePassword ‘********’
//                  OR
                  -Destination Software –KeyOps @(‘decrypt’,’sign’)

Set-AzureKeyVaultSecret –VaultName “VT” –Name ‘NameString’ –SecretValue ‘***SomePaword***’

Greatly appreciated your help.
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Sergey Gimplin
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Zachariah BrowningCommented:
New-AzureRmKeyVault –VaultName "MainVault" –ResourceGroupName "DevResources" –Location "West US" -Sku "Premium"

           -You would add -Sku "Premium" if you want a  premium key vault which enables HSM protected keys $1 per key per month + standard transfer pricing. other prices are the same, so if you plan to generate and transfer your own HSM protected keys- then use this option.  (seems like you want to)
          -EnabledForDiskEncryption is an option to allow azure disk encryption service to get and unwrap/use keys from the vault and there are other options set out and described on the MSDN page for this powershell command that could be useful depending on your circumstances.

for adding a key to your vault the tutorial below has a great explanation of how to do this, especially with a predefined .PFX file. You have it down pretty well. as recopied immediately below, just make sure your keyfilepassword is plain text, or do as they did in the tutorial forcing secure string plain text.

 Add-AzureKeyVaultKey -VaultName "MainVault" -Name "MyString1" -KeyFilePath  ‘C:\MyCertificates\MyCertKey.pfx’  -KeyFilePassword ‘********’  

Here is a very good tutorial that should answer any other questions that you may have.
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Zachariah BrowningCommented:
I feel that sufficient information was provided to help correct the powershell statement AND explain why and what each piece did. The user simply took the answer and gave no further input.
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Zachariah BrowningCommented:
Selecting the appropriate answer for the answer of the stated question.
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