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As you correctly state, all Azure disk storage (except for temporary disks) are replicated 3 times in the same DC, and if you use geo replication than another 3 times in another DC, so realistically disk failure is an unlikely cause. There are a few reasons I could think of that might explain this: As HopelesNoob mention, it could be data corruption, if ...


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Yes, you can do. You can run any child domain (sub-domain ) on a different server using different web server application (Apache,IIS etc). All you can do is create a sub-domain (A record) in your registrar provided control panel for your main domain and point to the IP where your sub-domain web-server is running. Also make sure that your ServerAlias (in ...


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Azure reserves some IP addresses within each subnet. The first and last IP addresses of the subnets are reserved for protocol conformance, along with 3 more addresses used for Azure services. So 5 adresses that you cannot use in your VNet So in your case, 16-6-5= 5 available addresses Additional info : ...


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This is, in fact, possible: Boot the system using a linux live cd with gdisk on it. I used a CentOS 7 Core installation and used recovery mode. I did this by editing the grub boot options and tacking on rescue to the end. Run gdisk on the disk with Windows installed. See the gdisk docs for more info. Reboot the machine into a Windows installation disk, ...


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To allow your App Service to access your VM over it's private IP you need to enable Virtual Network (VNET) integration. This will allow your app to communicate directly with your DB over the private VNET. Fulls steps on how to set this up are here. A few things to bear in mind: This requires a standard or premium web app Your VNET must have point-to-site ...


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You have your source port locked at 3389. This should be set to *, as it represents traffic origination port. Your other settings look fine.


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Yes, CookieBasedAffinity is the setting that enables sticky sessions, and it should be set to true, with round robin used for new connections, as per the table in that document:


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When you call azure login you are actually getting a token which only has a limited lifetime so even if you could persist across sessions it would expire after 12 hours anyway. It is possible but not advised to specify the username and password as part of your script: azure login -u $username -p $password To do this you must be using an Azure Active ...


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The way my Big 4 client does it is by creating rules in each client NSG that lets them talk to a specific management server (or servers) for monitoring, alerting, antivirus, updates, etc. Each NSG only allows communication for specific ip addresses for the specific ports required for each VM to talk to the "management" server. So there's no centralized ...


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You need to specify the TenantID parameter when using Select-AzureRMSubscription: Select-AzureRmSubscription -SubscripitionID <ID of sub> -TenantId <ID of Azure Tenant> You can actually just specify the tennant to select the directory, without a subscription ID. Select-AzureRmSubscription -TenantId <ID of Azure Tenant>


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Have a look at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt125356.aspx In short, you can use the Select-AzureRmSubscription cmdlet to switch to the correct subscription.


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You need to setup a private network between all your machines. An Azure virtual network (VNet) is a representation of your own network in the cloud. Windows Azure virtual networks are deployed as an overlay network in the Windows Azure cloud and can be configured as isolated, cloud-only networks. Optionally you can easily extend your on-premises network to ...


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to manage hundreds of servers you likely would be better off using some sort of configuration management tool such as puppet and chef, or ansible etc. you still would have to set it up once but you can do much more than just ssh later so it would likely be worthwhile, for instance when you want to update the ssh key, a single change in the puppet master (or ...


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There are 2 things here: The session affinity. As you may read in this article, you can now remove session affinity in web apps, if this deserves your use case (ex. you handle sessions outside the web app or simply you don't have session specific info). The 404 error is a bit strange one. It may be from a faulted deployment, so you may want to redo a full ...


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I think there is no solution out-of-the-box for doing that for SQL Azure that you may configure between a virtual machine and SQL Azure instances that will route the request according to the IP/whatever. There is the Azure Traffic Manager service that you may use for that job, and best practices for that list some sentence about SQL Azure that basically is ...


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You should definitively look and try Azure Application Proxy that enable to publish applications that are running on-premises using Azure AD as a pre-authentication. more information : Publish applications using Azure AD Application Proxy : https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/active-directory-application-proxy-publish/ How to provide ...


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if you want to change your database from Standard to premium you will have to remove the replica first then change to premium, then add the new online (Read-Only) replica. Right now you have got a Standard tier database you will have a Online (Non-Readable) replica if you change to Premium you be able to add an online (Read-Only) replica. I am a cautious ...


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/28 gives you 4 bits for your network addresses. The first address is the network address, the last one is the broadcast address. So you technically have 16 addresses, 14 of which can be used. A subnet that provides addresses for 14 hosts needs to be a /28 network. So to hold at least 3 of these subnets you need a /26 network. 00001010 10010000 00011010 ...


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it's a tale of two protocols, Office365 supports quick configuration of applications that support the OpenIDConnect protocol, it's likely you signed into this site with an OpenID provided by some trusted identity provider: (you should be able to sign in here with an OpenID provided by your O365) SAML 2.0 is the more complete implementation of a Web SSO but ...


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Blob storage accounts are region locked, just like nearly everything in Azure. There is a comprehensive and up to date list maintained by microsoft. In your case, you want to look at the Blob Storage Accounts tab. There are also ways to check using powershell or other means. ((Get-AzureRmResourceProvider -ProviderNamespace Microsoft.Web).ResourceTypes | ...


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I think this is a restriction of the free Azure account - try changing your availability zone to us north. The location constraint is not valid


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I raised a ticket with Microsoft and they confirmed that the SQL Express version number caused the problem. Their response was: the product team has confirmed that the "SQL Server 2014 SP1 Express on Windows Server 2012 R2" image was wrongly built by an internal builds (12.0.4193.9). I am not sure when they will have it fixed. As a workaround I ...



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