TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Windows Azure Virtual Machine FAQs

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We’re here for part 2 of our Windows Azure IaaS series and in this episode we tackle the top Windows Azure Virtual Machines FAQs and common gotchas. Tune in for this Q&A session and get the answers to some of the most common issues we’ve seen customers run into plus stick around for a quick demo on how to setup and create your own virtual network.

  • [1:48] Help! My Virtual Machine disappeared!! What happened?
  • [5:44] What is the Temporary Drive(D:) and why should I be worried about it?
  • [7:30] Are VHDs deleted by default when you delete virtual machines?
  • [10:03] Can I use PowerShell in Azure?  
  • [11:25] Why am I having RDP connectivity problems?
  • [15:20] What about securing my Azure Virtual Machine? What do I need to know?
  • [19:32] Virtual Networks 101: What is it and why is it important?
  • [23:12] DEMO: How to create a Virtual Network in Windows Azure

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