Azure IoT

This forum is to get feedback on the new IoT services: Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT suite. This forum will help the engineering team collect feedback from our customers and users and help us understand and prioritize the roadmap.

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  2. Display Device Identitiy(Name) in Confiuration page to identify devices on which configuration applied.

    to show device name (ID) under the Metrics section on the configuration tile. Currently I see it displays only the count of devices the configuration applied .

    I did the firmware sample for 2 devices and interested to show the each device name with their status. There may be a case if firmware update is apply on 5 devices then how best we can show the progress by device name on UI.

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  3. 'IoT Devices' Explorer causes an error

    When clicking on the 'IoT Devices' Explorer under an IoT Hub, it shows a page with this error:

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  4. Visual C Runtime problems packaging the gateway into Windows containers

     Need to troubleshoot Visual C Runtime dependency problems to package the gateway into Windows containers.

    The IoT-Edge V1 documentation suggests that it runs in containers; however, there is no documentation showing how to run the gateway in Windows Containers. It would additionally be helpful to document all required runtime and debug dependencies; e.g. Visual C/C++ Runtime.

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