Added Start Menu Item for Easy Startup
Added Link to Getting Started Document
Added Ability to Persist Subscription Data to Disk
Fixed Get-Deployment to not throw on empty slot
Simplified numerous default values for cmdlets
-SubscriptionName is now mandatory in Set-Subscription.
-DefaultStorageAccountName and -DefaultStorageAccountKey parameters were removed from Set-Subscription. Instead, when adding multiple accounts to a subscription, each one needs to be added with -StorageAccountName and -StorageAccountKey or -ConnectionString. To set a default storage account, use Set-Subscription –DefaultStorageAccount <account name>.
In previous releases, the subscription data was not persisted between PowerShell sessions. When importing subscription settings from a publishsettings file downloaded from the management portal, the Import-Subscription cmdlet optionally saved the subscription information to a file that could then be restored using Set-Subscription thereafter. This behavior has changed. Now, imported subscription data is always persisted to the subscription data file and is immediately available in subsequent sessions. Set-Subscription can be used to update these subscription settings or to create additional subscription data sets.
Renamed -CertificateToDeploy parameter to -CertToDeploy in Add-Certificate.