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You deploy a Virtual Machine Scale Set (VMSS) named CorpWebVMSS to Azure by using Azure PowerShelland set the instance count to 1. The VMSS includes a storage account, load balancer, public IP address. Andsix Standard_A1 Windows virtual machines (VMs) that run Internet Information Services (IIS). All componentsare deployed to a resource group named CorpWebRG.
You must increase the instance count to support the increased load on IIS.
You need to manually scale out the number of VMs in the scale set to 5.
Solution: You run the following Azure PowerShell commands: $vmss = Get-AzureRmVmss ResourceGroupName CorpWebRG –VMScalesSetName CorpWebVMSS$vmss.Sku.Capacity = 5Update-AzureRmVmss -ResourceGroupName CorpWebRG -Name CorpWebVMSS VirtualMachineScaleSet$vmss

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