Category Archives: Azure

Get SSL cert in PFX format using OpenSSL

Steps for getting SSL certificate in pfx format (suitable for Azure for example) Upload CSR, get the Certificate and save it local file. Get the intermediate certificates (if needed). Concatenate the intermedia certs to one file: Export:

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Azure, add IP address to cloud service

Azure now supports multiple IP addresses per cloud service. This means you can for example host multiple web sites, each running in different IP address on one cloud service (1..n virtual machines). Right now it seems to be be possible … Continue reading

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Azure CLI tools, Credentials have expired, please reauthenticate

After installing Azure CLI tools and trying to use them on the first time on Windows, I started getting “Credentials have expired, please reauthenticate Detailed error message from ADAL is as follows: Error: Entry not found in cache.” error message. … Continue reading

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Enable debug log in Azure Storage Emulator

Azure Storage Emulator has logging capability but this is not enabled by default and it does not seem to be available via user interface. In order to enable the log, Head to the Storage Emulator data directory, which is located … Continue reading

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Create self-signed SSL certificate for Azure

Creating a self-signed certificate is simple – when you know the correct commands. First create the sertificate and private key (specify some password, remember it) Next combine the cert and private key to PFX: Now this should be good enough … Continue reading

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