thanks!! Let’s vote this up and we will take a look at it. :)
We will consider this, Thomas! If there are others interested in this, please vote this up.
Ohhh, interesting. Let us follow-up on this request.
343 votesunder review · AdminAzure IaaS Engineering Team (Azure IaaS Engineering Team, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure) responded
The status of this item has been moved back to Under Review. We initially planned to move to VHDX support as part of our support for HyperV Gen2 VMs, but we ended up using the VHD format for Gen2 VMs as well. Some aspects of the Azure Infrastructure do not cleanly support VHDX OS or data disks. So this feature is dependent on some of these internal services being updated which is an ongoing process.
Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature list and also gives us insight into the potential impact of implementing the suggested feature
201 votesunder review · 1 comment · Scripting and Command Line Tools » Powershell · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Thomas Lee commented
You could, easily enough, write a PowerShell script to do this. you could either use the object(s) returned from Get-AzureVM to document the Azure configuration and using WMI and PowerShell remoting to get the windows configuration from the VM itself. You could of course, do both.
This is a great idea. We are thinking about adding such functionality to the Portal. No confirmed plan yet. Thanks.
We are currently investigating the opportunities around shipping more features as NuGet packages. We have opened up far more areas as NuGet packages than in previous releases. That said, the idea of creating a NuGet package that contains the emulator is a large effort. As we progress towards this goal or realize that it isn’t possible I’ll update the forum thread.
For the time being, rest assured we’ve heard this comment, which has been echoed by the larger Windows Azure community. As an Azure developer myself I find merit in this request and feel there is a good chance it could eventually be realized.Thomas Lee commented
Please consider making these packages availailble via OneGet (part of PowerShell V5).
We are planning to enable this feature.
IPv6 in Azure VNET is currently previewing globally- in ALL Azure Public cloud regions.
Announcement (Service Update): https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/public-preview-microsoft-adds-full-ipv6-support-for-azure-vnets/
Links to Documentation & Samples
Full documentation including sample scripts is available here: https://aka.ms/IPv6ForAzureVNETdoc
A sample JSON template is posted in the quickstart repository: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/templates/ipv6-in-vnet/
No current plans but thanks for the suggestion