Azure Client VMs for Win81 dev. Try it, you might like it. Let’s talk about how to login to your Microsoft Account on an Azure VM.
Assumedly you’ve setup your Azure Client VM and created a developer account to run under. You should also have added your Microsoft account as a primary sign in. (If you haven’t see the resource links at the end of this post).
Once you’ve added your Microsoft account to your Azure Client VM, how do you sign in using it?
Make sure your Azure Client VM is started
Click Use Another Account
Enter your Microsoft account and password
You should be good to go at this point. When you login your OneDrive and Microsoft Account email should all be wired up, and you can actually purchase Windows Store apps now. Fully cloud loaded! Enjoy!
DEV EYE FOR AZURE CLIENT VM SERIES
- Visual Studio WPF App in Win81 – http://blogs.msdn.com/b/devfish/archive/2014/05/19/visual-studio-wpf-app-in-win81-dev-eye-for-azure-client-vms.aspx
- Unable to activate Windows Store app – http://blogs.msdn.com/b/devfish/archive/2014/05/19/unable-to-activate-windows-store-app-dev-eye-for-azure-client-vms.aspx
- Adding a Microsoft Account – http://blogs.msdn.com/b/devfish/archive/2014/05/27/adding-a-microsoft-account-dev-eye-for-azure-client-vms.aspx
- Signing in with your Microsoft Account – http://blogs.msdn.com/b/devfish/archive/2014/05/27/signing-in-with-your-microsoft-account-dev-eye-for-azure-client-vms.aspx