At present we can create snapshots of the VM's however no further use unless we create VHD's and then manually re-create VM again which require much more efforts. Instead please add some functionality to store the VM states where the restore of VM to the point saved can be completed. For example system restore function is used to restore the system state in this case VM with data should be stored or saved to restore to the restore points instead of just system or OS data.1 vote
would be nice to get a "power this machine now" - link, with notification mail. to allow for it to shut down and have a handy up link.
would be nice to get a "power this machine now" - link, with notification mail. to allow for it to shut down and have a handy up link.1 vote
Is there is possibility to define create a pool of Auto shutdown VM's and set shut down if idle, but start when load exceed 50%
Is there is possibility to define create a pool of Auto shutdown VM's and set shut down if idle, but start VM when load exceeds on any server in pool by 50-60%1 vote
Can you elaborate on your scenario? We would like to understand the problem you are trying to solve.
Allow for greater variety of auto-shutdown schedules
- multiple times per day;
- various days in the week;
- recurring dates;
- one-time; etc.1 vote
Thanks for the feedback. We have this in our backlog and needs to be prioritized with other features. for those who would like to see this sooner, please vote for it.
When Creating a VM in Dev Test Labs they are created in new Resource Groups. Since Resource Groups can not contained within each other, they are created "parallel" to the Resoruce Group the DevTest Lab is contained in.
The newly created Resoruce Groups should automatically have the same Users with the same Roles assigned to them, so i can manage and configure the RBAC on one Resource Group containing the DevTest Lab.1 vote
We have recently released a feature where you can have all lab VMs to be created in a common RG.
Learn more about the feature here: https://aka.ms/RGControl
Does this help in the scenario you described?
different time for automatic start and shut down during the weekend1 vote
Thanks for the feedback. We have this feature on our backlog and needs to be prioritized with other features. If you would like to see this sooner, please vote for it.
To reproduce, create a new Windows 10 VM in DevTest Labs with an ampersand (&) in the password.
Add the Azure Pipelines Agent to configure an agent in Azure DevOps.
Enter details in the artifact configuration pane, and specify the VM user/password for logon. Use the saved secret option.
Notice that the pipeline agent fails with the following message:
Testing agent connection.
2019-01-24 14:36:46Z: Settings Saved.
ERROR: Invalid windows credentials entered. Try again or ctrl-c to quit1 vote
Please create a support ticket with us to report bugs for better tracking.
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Would be great to have a description field for VM size list to explain customers the use case of specific vm varieties1 vote
Thanks for reporting the feedback.
Unfortunately, the sizes are curated and managed by a different team than ours. However, we will relay this feedback to the concerned team.
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