Images is not available in Central US region anymore?

Tim Uat 21 Reputation points

I am trying to create an managed image in Central US region so that I can create a VM from the image.

I am sure I had done this with my free Azure account 2 weeks ago but I am not seeing Central US region listed in the region dropdown anymore, Did Azure pull out the Central US region making it no longer available for images?

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  1. deherman-MSFT 34,021 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Tim Uat
    I confirmed that this is a portal bug that already has a fix being deployed. This should be fixed by the end of the week. In the meantime please use this link to access the portal and you should have the other regions available.

    Hope this fixes your issues. Let us know if you have further questions or concerns.


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  1. ChristopherW-MSFT 1,681 Reputation points

    Hi @Tim Uat ,

    (US) Central US is still available for Images, if you've changed Subscriptions or upgraded from Free Trial, it's possible that this Region isn't currently enabled on your Subscription. If you can't deploy anything else into (US) Central US then you may need to submit a Region Access Request:

    Azure Images uses the Microsoft.Compute Provider like Virtual Machine deployments, you can check to see if you have access to a specific deployment type and Region by checking your Providers list in the Portal > Resource Providers > Microsoft.Compute


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