Installing crowd strik on linux and windows OS virtual machines

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I have been given below commands and below is the linux vm

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I am not sure where to start to install cloudstrike on these vms , please suggest

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  1. deherman-MSFT 34,026 Reputation points Microsoft Employee


    You can login to the VMs SSH for Linux, RDP for Windows, and run the commands you shared, or you can use the Windows or Linux Run Command feature to execute the install commands without logging in.

    I am including the Linux Run Command instructions below:

    Go to a VM in the Azure portal and select Run command in the left menu, under Operations. You see a list of the available commands to run on the VM.

    List of commands

    Choose a command to run. Some of the commands might have optional or required input parameters. For those commands, the parameters are presented as text fields for you to provide the input values. For each command, you can view the script that's being run by expanding View script. RunShellScript is different from the other commands, because it allows you to provide your own custom script.


    The built-in commands are not editable.

    After you choose the command, select Run to run the script. After the script finishes, it returns the output and any errors in the output window. The following screenshot shows an example output from running the ifconfig command.

    Run command script output

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