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How to add Microsoft Azure Subscription to Windows Azure Pack ?

How to add Microsoft Azure Subscription to Windows Azure Pack ?

Instructions to onboard Azure subscriptions to VConnect with Azure Connect

Author: Ravi C Kolandaiswamy/Saturday, December 12, 2015/Categories: General, Windows Azure Pack, Microsoft Azure, VConnect, Azure Connect

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Provisioning and management of Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines from Windows Azure Pack

Pre-Req: Install VConnect with Azure Connect for Windows Azure Pack. You can download a free trail by registering here.

Add existing or new Azure Subscription to VConnect in Windows Azure Pack using the following steps.

Step 1: Open a Microsoft Azure Powershell command prompt

Step 2: Run the following commands


# Following command will open a window to enter your Microsoft Account

# Use an account that is connected to Azure Subscrption as service or global admin


# In the following command: Note the Value you use for parameter -Password (#4)

# You can also modify the -HomePage and -IdentifierUris as appropriate

$azureAdApplication = New-AzureRmADApplication -DisplayName "AzureConnectPoC1" -HomePage "" -IdentifierUris "" -Password "[YOUR PASSWORD]"

New-AzureRmADServicePrincipal -ApplicationId $azureAdApplication.ApplicationId

New-AzureRmRoleAssignment -RoleDefinitionName Owner -ServicePrincipalName $azureAdApplication.ApplicationId

# Note Down the Values of the Following to enter in VConnect --> Azure --> Add Connection

$subscription = Get-AzureRmSubscription

# (1)


# (2)


# (3)



After completing the above steps, enter the appropriate values and add a connection in VConnect:

WAP Admin Portal --> VConnect --> Connections --> Azure --> Add Connection

Next: Read this next article about how to create new VM in Microsoft Azure from WAP.


Authenticating a service principal with Azure Resource Manager

Azure Connect for Windows Azure Pack


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