Deploying to on-premises Windows machines with Azure DevOps - Part 2

Play Deploying to on-premises Windows machines with Azure DevOps - Part 2
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In this series, Abel and Zachary Deptawa walk through deploying to on premises Windows servers behind firewalls using Azure DevOps.

In part two, we show how easy it is to set up Deployment Groups inside of Azure DevOps Service for Windows servers. This deployment group will be used with our .NET Build from the previous episode and will also be configured as our target in our Release Pipeline in the next episode!

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    Assume you still need to have the FW opened between your windows server to

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    Hi Jaco,

    Yes, the firewall needs to be opened to let the Azure DevOps agent reach out to Azure DevOps Service. That's it. You can even white list the IP range of Azure DevOps Service to really lock things down. At no time will Azure DevOps Service reach in through the firewall. It will always be the agent reaching out.

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