We can add support for creating VMs, if that’s a big need. When do you find yourself needing to create a VM when away from a computer? That’ll help us make sure we optimize the experience for the specific cases.
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We are going to migrate over 500 VMs to Azure. Not having a console access, makes it very hard and in some cases impossible to troubleshoot an OS issue. For example, over the weekend, we wanted to run an OS upgrade on few of our Azure VMs so we can configure Azure backup for the VMs. I tired on one VM and failed. Because I lost RDP access to the VM in the middle of the upgrade. I had to roll back to the on-prem VM. Please add console access to Azure VMs