how to determine the storage account in ARM (Azure Resource Manager)?

Baskar Kesavulu 1 Reputation point

I have bunch of storage accounts (Classic). Some of the storage accounts migrated to ARM to utilize dsms.
How to identify a storage account is in ARM?
Baskar K

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  1. Grant MacLean 6 Reputation points

    @Baskar Kesavulu , From Azure Portal, the Resource Type differentiates the SA type. Here, looking at Storage Accounts, you can see the Type and Resource Type columns showing Classic and ARM accounts: ![47449-image.png][1] [1]: /api/attachments/47449-image.png?platform=QnA Through Azure Powershell, you can use Get-AzureRmResource to show the resource type, with something like this (replacing "SA-prefix-" as appropriate to your standards): Get-AzureRmResource -name 'SA-prefix-*' | select ResourceType | ft ResourceType ------------ Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts Microsoft.ClassicStorage/storageAccounts

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  2. Sumarigo-MSFT 43,406 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Baskar Kesavulu Adding more information to the above response! You can also view it through the storage explorer tool. Which give complete details of action and properties

    There is also a similar thread discussion, please refer to the suggestion,

    Hope this helps!

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  3. Baskar K 1 Reputation point

    Those accounts are not showing "Classic", but dsms responding as not in ARM. That's why I am confused.
    Is there any script or command to find out whether the account is in ARM.

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