Find the Storage Account Name from CloudShell
You can find it by running
mount|grep "file.core.windows.net" in the Cloud Shell.
Well, it doesn’t seem to be documented anywhere… but works ... as it is standard Linux console running PowerShell core.
So when you want to upload, download, or synchronize files between CloudShell and your local machine, or even better, mount the drive on your local machine, you can do it like any other Azure file storage operations.
Note: use git for your scripts. Create a free private Git account on Github or Azure DevOps and schedule daily push. It’s better than machine backups.
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