What is the relationship between the password/user name that you configured when you deployed the relevant image for the Linux system on the Azure Market platform, and the root user for the virtual machine (VM)?Can you change the root user password?
The password/user name that you configured when you deployed the image on the Azure Marketplace platform has root permissions by default. To change the password for the root user, you must sign in to the system and use the ‘sudo’ command to change the root password.
Possible reasons for this issue are:
- The corresponding port numbers were not configured when the image was created, or there were other image creation issues.
- Because the system does not necessarily reinitialize immediately after deployment, you might need to wait for a few minutes.
- You can sign in to the VM and check to see whether the corresponding services have been enabled.
Are all images on the Azure Marketplace free?
Azure Marketplace uses a bring-your-own-license (BYOL) model, so there are both free images and paid images on Azure Marketplace.The charges and prices are all determined by the service provider, and you can find out about them from the service provider’s instructions. You can also contact the service provider by phone or email and then sign a purchase agreement offline.
Will the VM’s intranet and public IP addresses change over time after the image or ARM template has been deployed?
Public IPs are divided into static and dynamic IP addresses. Static IP addresses do not change (and must be paid for separately), while dynamic IP addresses might change over time.Intranet IP addresses do not change.
How can I view quotas and consumption for my Azure subscription?
Super-administrators can view consumption by signing in to the Azure Account Management platform, or by signing in to the classic portal and then selecting Settings > Usage view subscription.
If deployment on Azure Marketplace fails, how can I find out why it failed?
Sign in to Azure Marketplace with your Azure account, and then select the account name at the top right to go to the account management page. Select Virtual machine deployment status to view information about all previous deployments. You can then select the error message column on this page to view details about specific errors.
I used the Azure CLI to create an Azure Virtual Network and subnet. Why can’t I see them in the Azure classic portal?
You can see the virtual network and subnet in the Azure portal, and the virtual network and subnet must be included in the resource group.Virtual networks and subnets that are created in the Azure portal cannot be seen in the Classic interface, cannot be seen in the classic portal interface, but you can see virtual networks and subnets that were created in the classic portal in the Azure portal.This is because the Azure portal includes the concept of resource groups, while the classic portal does not.
Can you choose to deploy Azure Marketplace purchase content to particular Azure regions?
You can choose to deploy to any Azure datacenter region enabled by the publisher.You can choose the datacenter location that’s closest to your service to optimize performance and manage your budget.
If I accidentally delete an Azure purchase, can I “undo” this action?
No, you cannot change a deletion.If you accidentally delete a subscription, you can easily reactivate it by resubscribing. You will lose any unused functions or Pay-in-advance(PIA) services, so it is important to take care when deleting subscriptions.
Does Azure track dependencies? Will I get a warning if I try to delete Azure Marketplace purchase content that one of my other apps is currently using?
No. If you delete purchase content that an app depends upon, Azure does not send a warning.
If my Azure purchase content has any dependencies on other assets (such as Azure websites), do I need to manage these dependencies?
Dependencies for Azure Marketplace products or services are not automatically managed.Please carefully read the Azure Marketplace purchase content instructions before use to determine whether you need to pay attention to any dependencies before deployment.
I deployed an Azure Marketplace VM to a subscription, and now I want to migrate the subscription from one Azure account to another.Is this operation currently supported?
We do not currently support migrating Azure Marketplace VMs to the new account when a subscription is transferred between Azure accounts.If you need to migrate an Azure Marketplace VM from one Azure account to another, you need to redeploy the VM to a new subscription under the new Azure account (that is, you cannot deploy it to the same subscription).
I deployed an Azure VM to a subscription (I have already registered the subscription on azure.cn).Now I want to migrate the subscription and associate it with my Enterprise Agreement.Is this operation currently supported?
You can associate an Azure account and associated subscriptions with your Enterprise Agreement, but you will continue to be charged ISV costs that are generated by the Azure Marketplace VM through the previous method of payment (for example, a credit card).If you need to pay ISV costs that are generated by the Azure Marketplace VM in accordance with the Enterprise Agreement, you need to redeploy the Azure Marketplace VM to a new subscription that’s created in the Enterprise portal.
If an Enterprise Agreement (EA) indirect customer has any pricing questions about products or services that are sold on Azure Marketplace, who should they contact?
EA indirect customers must contact their licensed solution provider (LSP) for all questions about Azure Marketplace pricing.
Who can buy apps and services that are sold or configured through Azure Marketplace?
Azure Marketplace is available to Azure customers in the China region.