Azure Automation: Assets - Schedules - Unlink Runbooks

In this article, we will learn how to unlink Azure Automation Runbooks to Azure Automation Schedules.

Please go through the list of other articles to understand Azure Automation.

  1. Azure Automation – Basics
  2. Azure Automation: Author Runbook Using PowerShell - Hello World
  3. Azure Automation - Import PowerShell Runbook From Portal Gallery
  4. Azure Automation - Publish Runbook
  5. Azure Automation: Assets – Variables
  6. Azure Automation: Assets – Modules
  7. Azure Automation: Assets – Schedules
  8. Azure Automation: Assets – Schedules – Link Runbooks
  9. Azure Automation: Assets - Schedules - Unlink Runbooks

Let’s see how to unlink the Runbook with the Schedule.

Navigate to the Automation Account by clicking the required Automation account.

Runbooks

Click the “Runbooks” tile, as shown in the above screenshot to view all the Runbooks. Click on any one of the available Runbooks in the Azure Automation account, as shown below:

Runbooks
As soon as you click on the Runbook, you will be taken to the “Essentials” tab of the selected “Runbook”, as shown below:

Runbooks

Click the “Schedules” tile, which will take you to the “Schedules” blade, where you can view the schedules, associated with the Runbook, as shown below:

Schedules
Click the “Schedule” to unlink from this Runbook. It will display all the details of the selected schedule, as shown below:

Schedule

Click the “More” link, which will show a popup, as shown below:

More

Now, click the “Unlink” button of the above popup to unlink the schedule to the current Runbook. Before actually unlinking the schedule, it will show you a confirmation popup, as shown below:

Unlink

Click the “YES” button of the above popup to complete the operation. That’s it. You have successfully unlinked a schedule with a Runbook. Below is the updated Schedules listing of the selected Runbook.

YES

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