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I created a virtual machine three days ago and everything was working fine.  Today, I could not log on via RDP -- user not recognized.  Same saved credentials that worked 3 days ago.  I deleted the VM and created a new one. same name, same credentials, di

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After further testing, it was a corrupted cached credentials in the RDP client. Nevermind.

I can log in from an iPad on the mobile data network, but not on our network. 

We had an Azure ARM server undergo a brute force attack.  The attacker got into the server by attacking a service account on our domain.  Once inside the server, the attacker encrypted the server with a variation .dharma.  The server was less than a we

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Today, we are announcing the general availability of the new, simplified Azure management libraries for Java for Compute, Storage, SQL Database, Networking, Resource Manager, Key Vault, Redis, CDN and Batch services.

 

Azure Management Libraries for Java

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Do we have steps or sample code to do authorization and consume webservices like create AzureVM, DeleteVM etc?

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I downloaded the automation script for a VM, deleted the VM and connected the OS disk as a data disk on a secondary VM for troubleshooting. After completing troubleshooting steps and detaching the OS disk, I ran the deploy.ps1 script from the automation s

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the script you are running expects to create a new vm from a blank disk.

have a look here for a powershell script that shows examples of how you can achieve your goal.

 

 

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Hi Ronald,

 

This is due to the in storage account VM creating has the same name as the VMs VHD. I assume you have create a VM before and delete it but didnot delete the VH

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Ubuntu 12.04 "Precise Pangolin" has been with us from the beginning, since we first embarked on the journey to support Linux virtual machines in Microsoft Azure. However, as its five-year support cycle is nearing an end in April 2017 we must now move on a

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Today, we are excited to announce the public preview of the Cloud Partner Portal for publishing single virtual machine offers. The Cloud Partner Portal enables our publisher partners to create, define, publish and get insights for their single virtual mac

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We are excited to announce the public preview of Instance Metadata Service in Azure’s West Central US region. Instance Metadata Service is a RESTful endpoint that allows virtual machines instances to get information regarding its compute, network and upco

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Containers have been at the forefront of cloud transformation in recent years, and for good reason: Container technologies let organizations more easily build, deploy and move applications to and from the cloud. With this increase in agility and portabili

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Very interesting announcement here is Deis own blog post as well - Deis to Join Microsoft.  The bit that stood out for me was this line -

 

"We look forward to making Azure

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Azure Resource Manager provides a lot of benefits with support for tagging, RBAC, and infrastructure orchestration using templates. As part of Azure Resource Manager, Virtual Machines gain these new capabilities plus additional compute specific capabiliti

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Microsoft Azure has a long standing promise of making our prices comparable with AWS on commodity services such as compute, storage, and bandwidth. In keeping with this commitment, we are happy to announce price reductions of up to 69% on our storage-opti

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Since our launch of the TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer Engine image in the Azure Marketplace back in August, we have continued to pursue feature updates that improve the integration and experience of scheduling jobs and tasks into Azure. With the increased

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Customers around the world are delivering their mission critical business applications as always-on, scalable, and distributed services built using Azure Service Fabric. Last week we rolled out Azure Service Fabric 5.5 to Azure clusters in 26 regions acro

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Virtually any data science experiment that uses a new machine learning algorithm requires testing across different scenarios. Simulated data allows one to do this in a controlled and systematic way that is usually not possible with real data.


A convenien

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Users of the R language often require more compute capacity than their local machines can handle. However, scaling up their work to take advantage of cloud capacity can be complex, troublesome, and can often distract R users from focusing on their algorit

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