Run Windows Terminal as Administrator by Default

Windows Terminal is a nice command-line tool, supporting PowerShell, Command Prompt, Azure Cloud Shell, Windows Subsystem for Linux (can open Linux prompts), etc. One major issue is that it is a pain to regularly open Windows Terminal as an Administrator. It requires right-clicking on the launch icon and selecting Run as Administrator. Ugh! With Command

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Azure Pipelines States Wanted: Skipped, Expired

Today, there are two states with Azure Pipelines: Successful, Failed. The last state includes a problem within the pipeline (failure within a script, a step, etc.), the stage expiring, or the stage being cancelled. This state negatively, and incorrectly, increases the failure rate displayed by Azure Pipelines indicating a problem. Quite often, we cancel a

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