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1st steps into Microsoft Azure, setting up security rules


This week I had the pleasure of stepping into unknown territory, Microsoft Azure was on my list as we are setting up a service for our customers and customers to be. I didn’t have the opportunity before to work with Microsoft Azure and learning new things is always a pleasure I think.

Yesterday we, my co-worker Erik and me, setup the environment created a resource group, network and deployed the servers we needed. Nothing strange there, even without any knowledge of Microsoft Azure those steps are pretty much a breeze.

Today I set off with a vendor to install their product so we can deliver the offering to our customers and customers to be (interested call our sales guys). So we needed 443 to be open to the fixed IP address we opened up after a small battle with the Microsoft Azure console (more in another blog post).

So the task for today (was a small task so took half an hour) was to open access for 443. It’s simple if you know it but I thought perhaps some of you are also looking in the console and wonder at first where to find it…. perhaps it’s just me, my logic is not always working I notice frequently.

Security rules

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RobBeekmans.NET by Rob Beekmans Rob Beekmans is a 26 year IT vetaran that worked in many fields in IT before he joined PQR 7 year ago. Rob is a senior consultant with a strong focus on Application and desktop delivery, User Environment Management, Mobility and monitoring. Rob is a VMware vExpert and is a member of the VMware EUC-Champions group. Rob shares his vision and insights on his personal blog, on webinars or on stage.

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