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Microsoft Azure: Connect to your VM from everywhere, any time and from every device with PowerShell Web Access

Administering your Azure VM on your Samsung Galaxy or iPhone? Introduced with Windows Server 2012, PowerShell Web Access is a new Windows Server feature which enables you to administer your Windows Server via a web-based interface. Once installed, you can access PowerShell from any device, even from your Samsung Galaxy or iPhone. Cool stuff, ha?  Security concerns? Yes, but that doesn’t mean that we should not deal with it. It depends on how you handle it. Ok, let’s start.

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Microsoft Azure: Connect to your Azure VM with PowerShell (AzureRM)

I’ve been thinking about it for a long time. What schould I do with my new Azure computer? Surely I’ll come up with something over time. But for now I still don’t know. The server is still running without services. But what I know is that I want to administer my Azure VM via PowerShell. So, I started discovering the new PowerShell module AzureRM.

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Microsoft Azure: How to create an Azure VM and connect via Remote Desktop

Azure can be tried out for free for a short period. For me it’s the first time I’m playing with Microsoft Azure. Last week I used my subscription to create my first virtual computer in Azure. You may guess which operating system I have chosen ;-). Ok now I have a Windows Server 2016 Datacenter Server in the Cloud.

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