September 4, 2015
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Our company has MPN subscription to Azure. For some reasons Microsoft decided not to add Windows 10 template to Gallery and I needed to do it manually.
Josh Heffner has a nice description of the process.
I created a 10GB OS disk. It is quicker to download, but VM disk need to be expanded. I used the following procedure to resize the VM OS disk;
NOTE: I am using version 0.9.7 of Powershell Azure Module. Earlier versions may not support the disk resize.
Assuming Azure PS model is already installed.
1. I sign-in with my Microsoft account using Add-AzureAccount
2. Checked my Subscriptions using Get-AzureSubscription
3. Select subscription using Slelect-AzureSubscription “Microsoft Partner Network”
4. Check available disks using Get-AzureDisk | ft Label, AttachedTo, DiskName –AutoSize
5. Extend OS disk of my windows 10 VM using Update-AzureDisk –DiskName <DISKNAME> –ResizedSizeInGB 120 –label TinyVMOS
Note. The VNM must be in “StopppedDeallocated” state. You can Shutdown VM from Azure Console or from Powershell. Shutdown from OS itself is not enough.
Note 2: It tool 10 min between shutdown and the moment powershell command recognized that and proceeded resizing.
October 11, 2012
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What this feature do? As per Michael’s post here it:
- Format and partition the physical disk.
- Create a new, empty VHD file.
- Format and partition the VHD file.
- Apply the specified operating system WIM image to a volume created in the VHD file.
- Set up a BCD entry to boot from the OS volume contained in the VHD file.