Windows Azure VM Role: Unable to Login your VM even with correct credentials

If you have passed the CSUPLOAD script successfully and then you could also successfully published your VM Role based application on Windows Azure, the next step is to RDP your VM role. The detailed steps to get VM Role working are described here:   http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/WAZPlatformTrainingCourse_VMRoleLab   When you RDP to your VM Role, it is…

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Windows Azure VM Role – Handling Error : A parameter was incorrect. Details: The subscription is not authorized for this feature

Once you have VM role enabled with your subscription, you can start working on VM Role using the step by step guide provided as below:   http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/WAZPlatformTrainingCourse_VMRoleLab     After finished creating your VHD for VMRole, and uploading using CSUPLOAD script, you may following error:   Error: A parameter was incorrect. Details: The subscription is…

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Windows Azure VM Role – Handling Error : The sector size of the physical disk on which the virtual disk resides is not supported

  Once you have VM role enabled with your subscription, you can start working on VM Role using the step by step guide provided as below: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/WAZPlatformTrainingCourse_VMRoleLab     After finished creating your VHD for VMRole, and uploading using CSUPLOAD script, you may following error:   Error:  An error occurred trying to attach to the…

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Windows Azure VM Role – Handling Error : An unexpected error occurred: The requested operation requires elevation

Once you have VM role enabled with your subscription, you can start working on VM Role using the step by step guide provided as below: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/WAZPlatformTrainingCourse_VMRoleLab   After finished creating your VHD for VMRole, and uploading using CSUPLOAD script, you may following error:   Error:  An unexpected error occurred: The requested operation requires elevation.  …

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Windows Azure VM Role – Handling Error : The file yourvhdname.vhd is not a valid VHD

Once you have VM role enabled with your subscription, you can start working on VM Role using the step by step guide provided as below: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/WAZPlatformTrainingCourse_VMRoleLab     After finished creating your VHD for VMRole, and uploading using CSUPLOAD script, you may following error: Error: The file <yourvhdname.vhd> is not a valid VHD   Reason:…

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