Is it possible to deploy windows server\workstation on-premises through azure cloud?

S.M.Gulam Kibria Chowdhury 6 Reputation points


Is it possible to install windows server\workstation in on premises from azure cloud?

Just like we do in sccm or wds, where as we deploy the OS remotely.

Need help, urgent. Any link references also helpful.

Thanks & regards.

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  1. S.M.Gulam Kibria Chowdhury 6 Reputation points

    Thanks all for the answer.

    We can do it by Intune, which is the right solution for this scenario.

    Thanks to all again.

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  2. Andriy Bilous 10,731 Reputation points MVP

    Hello @S.M.Gulam Kibria Chowdhury

    Azure Windows Admin Center might be a propriate solution for your case.

    By using Windows Admin Center in Azure, you can connect to your hybrid machine without requiring any inbound port to be enabled on the firewall. Windows Admin Center, via the Arc agent, is able to securely establish a reverse proxy session connection with the Azure Arc service in an outbound manner.

    For each hybrid machine that you want to manage with Windows Admin Center in the Azure portal, you must deploy an agent to each machine.

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  3. Limitless Technology 43,996 Reputation points


    Thank you for your question and reaching out.

    I would like to invite you to have a look on below reference urls :

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