Problem on Exercise -Create an Azure resource of #Azure-Fundamentals

Erika Mendoza 5 Reputation points

On Exercise -Create an Azure resource of Azure-Fundamentals on my Azure portal, Resource name doesn't display any name and I can't create a new one, in addition I am required more fields than the exercise defines. I can't continue with the exercise. What can I do?

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Azure: A cloud computing platform and infrastructure for building, deploying and managing applications and services through a worldwide network of Microsoft-managed datacenters.Fundamentals: Foundational knowledge about Microsoft products.
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  1. TP 26,866 Reputation points


    From you comment on the other question, it seems you got the portal to work.

    Were you able to successfully create the VM, or do you still need assistance?

    Please let me know in a comment. I would be happy to assist if you are unsure about what to put in each field during the create VM process.



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  2. kobulloc-MSFT 14,556 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hello, @Erika Mendoza !

    Where am I seeing this?

    Why can't I create a new resource group?

    For this exercise, a resource group has been created for you. Select the resource group from the drop down menu to continue creating the VM.

    Attempting to create a new resource group will result in the following error:

    You do not have permission to create resource groups under subscription Concierge Subscription.

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    Instead, select the existing resource group from the sandbox:

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    Why am I seeing more fields in the portal than the exercise describes?

    When creating resources in the portal, it's important to note that the UI is constantly changing. When creating your VM, enter the values from the exercise that match the values in the portal. That will look something like the screenshot above. For more information about VM creation, you can hover over the i simbol in the UI and you can go through the VM creation documentation:

    If you are having trouble finding VMs as a resource, the most reliable way to create a resource is to click on Create a resource from the portal's home page, then search for the service you are interested in (Virtual Machine in this case):

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    I hope this helps! If you still have any questions, please let us know in the comments.

    If this has been helpful, please take a moment to accept answers as this helps increase visibility of this question for other members of the Microsoft Q&A community. Thank you for helping to improve Microsoft Q&A!

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