Join David Elfassy for an in-depth discussion in this video Connecting to virtual machines in Azure, part of Microsoft Azure: Core Functionalities.
- [Instructor] We've created a virtual machine…that runs Windows Server 2016.…But if we want to manage that virtual machine…and actually log onto it and connect to it…and be able to perform various administrative tasks…using this virtual machine,…well, we need to have access…directly into that operating system.…There're a couple of ways of doing that…but probably the most common way…and the simplest way to manage this virtual machine…is going to be to establish a remote desktop connection…to that virtual machine.…So, when we created that virtual machine,…it automatically was set with a remote desktop endpoint.…
So, this machine is essentially a remote desktop server…that we can connect to…and it has an IP address that we can connect to as well.…In order to connect to it,…we're going to simply click on that connect icon…and we see that we have a remote desktop protocol file…that is ready to be opened.…So, this is a .rdp file, for remote desktop protocol,…and this file will actually open up…the remote desktop client…
- Understanding Azure subscriptions
- Managing Azure with portals and PowerShell
- Configuring Azure web apps
- Deploying virtual machines
- Configuring virtual machines for high availability
- Managing Azure Active Directory
- Creating Azure virtual networks
- Implementing a VPN
- Performing Azure backups
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Familiar with Microsoft Azure
2. Microsoft Azure Services
3. Microsoft Azure Networking
Implementing a VPN7m 39s
4. Managing Azure Resources
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