I have been doing quite a bit of ALM Training recently and have been trying to figure out how best to manage my training VM’s. Download Mobile Azure Manager from US Store Download Mobile Azure Manager from UK store In the last few months I have taught both the Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio […]
Now that you have finished moving your Domain Controller Azure VM to a Virtual Network] you need to be able to join a machine to your azure hosted domain controller.
Next week I will be speaking at NDC London 2014 and I have been working on my demo. Since Connect() everything for a little bit easier and I need to create an environment for Release Management for Visual Studio 2013.
I just got done configuring a DC in Azure for AAD integrated Release Management and I need to now Configure a DNS server for an Azure Virtual Network
When I first completed configuring a DC in Azure for AAD integrated Release Management I did not add my virtual machine to a virtual network. And I really should have and in the usual poopyness that is servers you can’t move it. You effectively need to delete your VM leaving the disks and create a […]
I will be speaking at NDC London: Second Look, Team Foundation Server & VSO and I am planning to be a little adventurous with the demo. For this I will be configuring a DC in Azure for AAD integrated Release Management so that I can do cloud demos. While potentially similar to the Brian Keller […]
If you configure Active Directory Federated Services (ADFS) you can use corporate identities with existing VSO accounts. Link to your internal domain and you can get a completely seamless Single-Sign-on from your local network to the cloud for Office 365, SharePoint Online, and now Visual Studio Online (VSO).
If you are trying to reuse your MSDN benefits with your Org ID but you previously activated against your Microsoft ID then you may need to cancel your subscription to reuse it.
If, like me, you are moving all of your Microsoft ID (was Live ID) corporate stuff over to Organisational Id (Office 365) and you have previously activated your MSDN benefits against your Microsoft ID you have a bit of work to move those benefits over.
Move an Azure storage blob to another store took a little bit longer than I thought that it would. All I wanted to do was move a VHD from one storage account to another. However this is a little more complicated than it seems on the surface.
I am teaching the Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 class next week in Cheltenham and for that I need 16 VM’s based on the Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 ALM Virtual Machine. To make life easier I will be creating training virtual machines in Azure.