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Cloud (Azure) is not Hyper-V and standard virtualization. Fact, that there is a console access for Linux VMs is really pro-oldstyled-suers step. In real cloud env, there should be no VM debuging. Just redeployment. This is fact, so any console is a gift.
It's a serial console access for Linux VMs. Like VNC, but serial. For Linux :P I think Windows is not priority here ;)
It's almost there ;)
And it is here!! :D
@delphi I think You do not understand what You are writing about. Every Linux machine on Azure has SSH access, so there is no need to use RDP (which is not native way for Linux Servers). This topic is about something else - about the virtual KVM console access.
We definitely want to make this happen! Thank you for your feedback.
We can add this, if it’d be generally useful
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No current plans but thanks for the suggestion
Thank you for this suggestion! It has been escalated to the Windows Azure engineering team for further evaluation. We will post here to gather additional information as-appropriate.
This is a great idea. We are thinking about adding such functionality to the Portal. No confirmed plan yet. Thanks.
we are working with some data providers to onboard such data. Stay tuned
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Thank you for your feedback. Symlinks is in Azure Files backlog but we do not have specific timeline to share yet.
Yes, I assume you mean enabling this data via an API, correct?