David Tesar with Andy Malone, Paula Januszkiewicz and Marcus Murray
When one create a Linux VM, one can log into VM using a certificate (aka, key-pair: public and private keys). The key-pair can be generated at user's local machine using "Git Batch":
openssl.exe req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout my_private_key.key -out my_public_certificate.pem
The file "my_public_certificate.pem" is sent to Azure when the VM is created, and file "my_private_key.key" is saved into local user machine (with a password).
I have the following question:
Can Azure administrators log into the user VM without file "my_private_key.key"?
did this vid get pulled?