Deleting Azure Tables via Storage Explorer should be a simple highlight-and-delete process akin to File Explorer's selection abilities on Windows. Applications such as Cerulean File Explorer and Powershell scripting allow for this.1 vote
using blob storage to host static web content. when enabled the portal creates a container with the name "$web"
in storage explorer, expand the blob storage node that has the $web container and CRASH.
exception: Container name format is incorrect.
see attached screenshot1 vote
Some folder structures are very deep. Example: Stream Analytics execution logs.
I need to doubleclick 11 times to enter the folder structure /insights-logs-execution/resourceId=/SUBSCRIPTIONS/MYSUB/RESOURCEGROUPS/NORTHEUROPEINFRA/PROVIDERS/MICROSOFT.STREAMANALYTICS/STREAMINGJOBS/ARSTREAMANALYTICS/y=2019
and after each doubleclick I need to wait a while to let the UI update before doubleclicking again.
It would be nice if it was possible to open all subfolders until there is a branch possibility.
Github has this feature. Example:
One click takes me to main/java/com/microsoft/correlationvector1 vote
I am not able to copy data from a row or export data as JSON or CSV. This is quite easy to do in tools like Mysql workbench
export data as csv or json from azure storage explorer1 vote
No support with CLI for Azure Storage Gen2 account types. Limited support to automate the infrastructure as code feature.1 vote
Is Azure Storage Explorer available for all versions of Linux's
As I see only for Ubuntu?. Kindly confirm1 vote
If you have a 'folder' named say 'level1/level2/level3', if you rename 'level3' to 'level3renamed', the blobs it contained are incorrectly moved to 'level1/level3renamed' instead of 'level1/level2/level3renamed'. It isn't possible to work around this by entering 'level2/level3renamed' as the rename target, since including a '/' disables the button.1 vote
Created an access policy for an Azure Table then went into Storage Explorer (Preview) and attempted to create a Shared Access Signature, I am not able to click Create after selecting the access policy drop down for my created policy, only if I use the (none) option and specify the settings. I need to use the installed version of storage explorer still for this.1 vote
Azure Storage Explorer always stops downloading VM's from Azure every time. I've been trying to download the same 128 GB classic VM with it for over an hour and it keeps timing out between 20% and 30% each time. At least allow someone to resume a download.1 vote
since we cannot map to file shares because Comcast blocks 445 it would be nice if when using the storage explorer for opening files they would automatically save back to the file share instead of the local drive. It is not really a file "share" if the changes are only locally stored and the user then has to take another step to upload which they will most likely never do.1 vote
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