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Azure lab setup procedure
1) Create NEW MICROSOFT email account (hotmail or outlook) email@example.com suggested password Pa55w.rd1234 where ddmmyy = starting date of your course and xxx = your initials at https://outlook.live.com/owa/
The new Microsoft account is needed for the Azure Pass used for the labs in this course. The use of any other account is not supported for this class. Appreciate your understanding.
2) Make a new folder C:\Labfiles using File Explorer
or from Powershell or Cmd prompt
Md C:\Labfiles (command line)
3) Download and extract into C:\Labfiles
Extract below into Allfiles\Labs\02
4 ) Download and install Visual Studio Code Visual Studio Code
Make sure you are logged out of all other email accounts (except the new email account you have created) in ALL browsers before proceding to #5
5)Redeem Azure pass https://www.microsoftazurepass.com/
Lab information. Helpful links listed below to assist with any lab issues
No issues. Please check back.
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Helpful Azure learning links
Microsoft Azure Forums The Azure forums are very active. You can search the threads for a
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Microsoft Learning Community Blog Get the latest information the certification
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