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    planned  ·  3 comments  ·  Lab Services » Classroom Labs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I guess the nice thing about RDP files is that you can potentially get multi-monitor support and clipboard sharing just the same as using an on prem server RDP connection.
    But https in a browser as an option would also be great, not everywhere will allow outbound port 3389 to the internet.

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    8 comments  ·  Lab Services  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks again for the feedback! We currently have a feature in the backlog that allows you to create a VM with an attached disk at the same time. We still need to prioritize it, so there is no ETA at this point of time. If you want to see it sooner, please don’t hesitate to vote this idea!

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    Azure Labs (not DevTest Labs) doesn't let you add extra storage or specify the size of the C drive when you create the template VM.

    I can currently have a VM with huge amounts of CPU & RAM to run nested VMs in but then I can't actually run more than a handful of VMs because the C drive fills up with their virtual disks.

    So I think you need one (or more) of several options:
    Allow template creator to specify the storage size for the C drive as well as the VM size
    Allow template creator to specify sizes of additional disks to be part of the template
    Allow template creator to upload vhdx files to be attached to the template VM

    Thanks

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    3 comments  ·  Lab Services  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Running Labs on Azure Stack would be perfect for us. We develop and deliver training solutions. Some customers mandate that they want the solution to run on premises and isolated from the internet, whereas we and other customers are happy for it to run from the cloud. If we can use Labs for both situations it'll save us a ton of work vs developing and maintaining two separate solutions. I'd be interested to help test this if that'd help you guys out?

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