Connecting Powershell to your Azure Subscription

Written by ppolyzos

Software engineer based in Athens, Greece

11 Comments

    1. Michael Maus

      To retrieve VMs created under new portal use the following:

      1) Login-AzureRMAccount
      2) Login with user account
      3) Get-AzureRMVM | ft

    1. ppolyzos

      Your subscription is “Pay as You Go” or some other kind like “Dreamspark” or “Bizspark”. Is it a newly created account?

          1. ppolyzos

            After loging in using Login-AzureRmAccount, you are able to use your subscription for your Resource Manager cmdlet requests.
            You can try it using for example: Get-AzureRmWebApp to retrieve your available web apps.

            As far as the publish settings now, I would suggest you to clean up your cookies (or open a new Incognito window), and use again the url http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=301775.

            If this still doesn’t work, check if you can access the old portal manage.windowsazure.com.
            In addition, in “No Subscriptions” page it usually displays some error details that might be found useful.

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