Azure DevOps Server - pause resume all pipelines during maintenance window

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Other systems are reliant on a build/release. Because of the dependency of these systems, no Azure build/release process should be run during this time if we want to do maintenance work on them. We can go into every pipeline and put it on "pause." This works great for a limited number of build/release pipes, but if we have a large number of pipelines, enabling and disabling all of them would be time-consuming.

Is it possible to suspend and resume all Azure Pipelines at once? (For example, TeamCity offers a simple flag that allows you to pause/resume the entire queue).

I looked through the API, but there is no way to disable the queue (alter the build/release pipeline settings). We could loop through every pipeline definition and pause/resume the queue if this was possible.
Feb 8 in DevOps Tools by Edureka
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