Create Azure Server less shared folder and access from anywhere (Storage Account)

Table of Contents

  1. Purpose
  2. Pre-requisites
  3. Create Storage account
    3.1 Resource Group
    3.2 Create Storage Account
  4. Create File Share
  5. File Share Created Status
  6. Access File Share
    6.1 File share access via Azure portal
    6.2 Auto mapping Azure File Share to your system using Access Key
    6.2.1 Access key
    6.2.2 Script/ Code to connect and auto mount File Share as Z Drive
    6.2.3 Script successful execution output
    6.2.4 File Share mounted status check
    6.3 Access File Share using StorageExplorer.exe Tool
  7. Troubleshooting
    7.1 Check SMB 1 status
    7.2 Check SMB 2/3
    7.3 Disable SMB 1
    7.4 Enable SMB 2/3
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Build Azure Web App (Web site)

Table of Contents

  1. Purpose
  2. Create Web App
    2.1 Objects Created
    2.2 Azure Web App/ web page URL
    2.3 Azure Default web page
  3. Deployment of your own webpage via FTP
    3.1 FTP/s site URL
    3.2 FTP/s User credentials
    3.3 Create basic html page for demo
    3.4 Upload Web page/Application files via FTP
  4. Conclusion
  5. More Options
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Azure Load Balancer for Web Server (Implement step by step)

  1. Purpose of document
  2. Understanding Load Balancer
  3. “Load Balancer” use cases
  4. Related Objects
  5. Use case 2 (Implement Load Balancer for Web server port 80)
    5.1. Resource Group
    5.2. Create Virtual Network (VNET)
    5.3. Create Network Security Group (NSG)
    5.4. Associate Subnet to NSG
    5.5. Public IP address
    5.6. Public Load Balancer
    5.6.1. Backend Pool
    5.6.2. Health Probes
    5.6.3. Load balance rule
    5.7. Virtual Machine
    5.8. Install Web Server in both VM’s
    5.9. Prepare test Web page
    5.10. Load balancer Final Status check
    5.11. Load balancer Connect
    5.12. Final result
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Azure Load Balancer for RDP

  1. Purpose of document
  2. Understanding Load Balancer
  3. “Load Balancer” use cases
  4. Related Objects
  5. Use case 1 (Implement Load Balancer for RDP port 3389)
    5.1. Resource Group
    5.2. Create Virtual Network (VNET)
    5.3. Create Network Security Group (NSG)
    5.4. Associate SN to NSG
    5.5. Public IP address
    5.6. Public Load Balancer
    5.6.1. Backend Pool
    5.6.2. Health Probes
    5.6.3. Load balance rule
    5.7. Virtual Machine
    5.8. Load balancer Final Status
    5.9. Connect Load balancer
    5.10. Final result
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Azure Availability Set (Concept and implement step by step)

Table of Contents

  1. Purpose of document
  2. Understanding Availability Set
  3. Recommendations for Availability Set
  4. Limitation
  5. “Availability Set” use cases
  6. VM’s Without Availability Set
  7. VM’s With Availability set
    7.1. Below situation explain Fault Domain
    7.2. Below situation explain Update Domain
  8. VM status without Availability Set
  9. Create VM in Availability Set (LAB step by step)
    9.1. Create Resource Group
    9.2. Create Availability Set
    9.3. Create Virtual Network (VNET)
    9.4. Create Network Security Group (NSG)
    9.5. Create Public IP
    9.6. Create VM and associate Availability Set
    9.7. Issue with Availability Set
    9.8. Availability Set associated to VM (Status)
    9.9. VM’s associated to Availability Set (Status)
    9.10. Common error Message
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