Gets the access keys for an Azure Cache
Get-AzureManagedCacheAccessKey [-Name] [<CommonParameters>]
The Get-AzureManagedCacheAccessKey cmdlet gets the primary and secondary access keys for an Azure Cache. You can use these keys to allow clients, such as web applications, to access to your Azure Cache. Typically, you use the primary key, but use the secondary key to avoid delays while the primary key is being regenerated. To get new access keys, use the New- AzureManagedCacheAccessKey cmdletAn Azure Cache is a secure, dedicated cache that provides extremely fast access to data. This distributed, in-memory, scalable solution enables you to build highly scalable and responsive applications. For more information about Azure Cache, see Azure Cache (http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/cache/).
Specifies the name of the Azure Cache. This parameter value is case-sensitve. Wildcard characters are not permitted. This parameter is required.
Accept pipeline input?
Accept wildcard characters?
-------------------------- Example 1: Get the access key --------------------------
This command gets the access key for the contosocache Azure Cache.
PS C:\>Get-AzureManagedCacheAccessKey -Name contosocache