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This will give you the flexibility to create your own scalable compute infrastructure when you need flexible resources. Azure management portal makes it easy to create a new Azure Virtual machine for both Windows and Linux distributions in just a few minutes. On the Virtual machine configuration page, provide the following information: Provide a Virtual Machine Name , such as windowsmyslsrv Specify a New User Name , such as azureuser In the New Password box, type a strong password. In the Confirm Password box, retype the password. Select the appropriate Size from the drop down list. Now a Windows Server VM is created. To enable this you need to create a new HOST for root and allow root to login from anywhere. Select an Ubuntu virtual machine image from Platform Images , and then click the next arrow at the bottom right of the page.