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I just followed the commands in the Azure create a Windows VM training. After successfully creating the new VM the powershell timed out. When I tried to continue the training I got this message:

Get-AzVMImagePublisher : No subscription found in the context. Please ensure that the credentials you provided are authorized to access an Azure subscription, then run Connect-AzAccount to login. At line:1 char:1 + Get-AzVMImagePublisher -Location "WestUS" + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : CloseError: (:) [Get-AzVMImagePublisher], ApplicationException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.Azure.Commands.Compute.GetAzureVMImagePublisherCommand

and it keeps happening.

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Before creating the VM, there should be a subscription in the tenant that you log in with your account. In PowerShell, you can login first like this:

Connect-AzAccount

It shows like this after you login with your Azure account:

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Then you can get the subscription through the PowerShell command:

Get-AzSubscription

It would show the subscriptions you have. Like this:

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And select the subscription through the PowerShell command:

Select-AzSubscription -Subscription subscription_Id

Then you can create the VM as you do before.

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