Updating a registry key via command line
[y/n] y Deleting affinity group info: account affinity-group delete command OK ~$ azure account env show info: Executing command account env show Environment name: Azure Cloud data: Environment publishing Profile Link Id=2544 info: account env show command OK account env add [options] [environment] This command adds an environment to the account account env set [options] [environment] This command sets the account environment account env delete [options] [environment] This command deletes the specified environment from the account The following diagram shows how classic Azure virtual machines are hosted in the production deployment environment of an Azure cloud service.create-new creates the drive in blob storage (that is, e:\ in the diagram); attach attaches an already created but unattached disk to a virtual machine.For current command syntax and options at the command line, type ). In addition to command-specific optional parameters documented here, there are three optional parameters that can be used to display detailed output such as request options and status codes.The One way the CLI can connect to your account is by using your Azure subscription information.Azure has two different deployment models for creating and working with resources: Resource Manager and Classic.
Use this command if you finished using the tool on this machine and want to assure that the tool cannot be used with your account in future sessions.
~$ azure account download info: Executing command account download info: Launching browser to https://windows.azure.com/download/help: Save the downloaded file, then execute the command help: account import ~$ azure account import publishsettings.publishsettings info: Importing publish settings file publishsettings.publishsettings info: Found subscription: 3-Month Free Trial info: Found subscription: Pay-As-You-Go info: Setting default subscription to: 3-Month Free Trial warn: The 'publishsettings.publishsettings' file contains sensitive information.
warn: Remember to delete it now that it has been imported.
(See Connect to an Azure subscription from the Azure CLI for other options.) This information can be obtained from the Azure classic portal in a publish settings file as described here.
You can import the publish settings file as a persistent local configuration setting that the CLI uses for subsequent operations.
The affinity group specifies that the physical machines should be as close to each other as possible, to reduce network latency.