Redeploy and Reapply an Azure VM
If you have been facing difficulties troubleshooting Remote Desktop (RDP) connection or application access to Windows-based Azure virtual machine (VM), redeploying the VM may help. When you redeploy a VM, Azure will shut down the VM, move the VM to a new node within the Azure infrastructure, and then power it back on, retaining all your configuration options and associated resources.
If a virtual machine is in a failed state, you can reapply the virtual machine’s state. This operation will rerun VM provisioning and help solve the VM failed state.
In this Azure simulation, you will be guided through the redeployment of an Azure VM. After you redeploy a VM, you will reapply it.
The skills you learn in this lab are necessary to pass the following Azure certification exams: