Configuring Azure Government Virtual Machine RDP file for USB mapping

When creating Virtual Machines (VMs) on Azure Government you may want to map your local drives ports so that new drives (such as USBs) can connect to your VM. You can do this by configuring your VMs RDP file to accept existing and/or no ports. To do this – first login to the Azure Government management…

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Creating user accounts and configuring them as co-administrators

One of the first things to do on Azure Government, once you’ve been provisioned and logged in, is to begin giving access to the subscription to additional people on your development team. This is easy to do – but the question between “User Account” and “Administrator” often comes up. In the Cloud – the concepts…

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Get Started with PowerShell on Azure Government

**Update 6-12-2016: We posted current details on Azure Government and PowerShell here. (Cross posted from my personal blog) Many folks using Azure Government probably have a subscription or two on public Azure. If you’re bouncing between environments and using PowerShell on each, it could become cumbersome to switch between them. This post shows a method…

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Welcome to the Azure Government Blog

Welcome to the Azure Government Blog.  With the release of Azure Government last year we continue to hear amazing success stories of how Azure Government is helping Agencies be more agile with their development and testing capabilities, how police are aggressively leveraging the environment to help usher in a new way of policing and we are excited by…


Connect Visual Studio to MS Azure Government

The Visual Studio (VS) IDE is a powerful development tool. Coupled with the massive list of development tools it provides, Visual Studio also allows servers to be managed.  This capability provides an end-to-end development and test experience, with the power to provision infrastructure and services at the fingertips of the developer. MS Azure Government (MAG)…

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