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Virtual network not showing up in drop-down menu when creating a VM in Azure Portal

Hello, I'm currently working through Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches and am on section 8.2 where I have to create and configure VMs with a load balancer that was created earlier in the chapter. The section provides some Azure CLI commands to use to make the VMs, but due to the current issue regarding that command I'm not able to run them. I was using the Cloud Shell to run the commands, so I decided to just make the VMs in the portal instead.

However, when I try to make the VMs in the portal, the virtual network that I created isn't showing up in the Networking tab. I'm creating the VM in the same region as my virtual network, and am also making it in the same resource group. Interestingly, when I make a virtual network through the portal in a different region, and then create a VM and set it to that same region, it then shows up in the drop-down menu. I made the virtual network that I need to use with Azure CLI commands that were given in the book, but I'm not understanding why that would make it so that it wouldn't show up when making a VM in the portal.

I know I could just get the Azure CLI on my local machine and then run the commands from there due to the hotfix that was released, but I want to understand why this isn't working from the portal.

Can anyone help me with this? Thanks.

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Hi @Asad-8618 ,

without seeing the details it's hard to help.

Maybe you can post some screenshots of the vNet/subnet configuration in the portal and also the details of the VM configuration during creation.


(If the reply was helpful please don't forget to upvote and/or accept as answer, thank you)

Regards
Andreas Baumgarten

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Asad-8618 answered

Hey Andreas, I actually ended up getting the Azure CLI on my local machine and created the VMs fine from there (I then proceeded to run into issues SSHing into the VM I wanted to get into but that's another issue I think). I'm on the next chapter in the book now and have deleted the resource group I was using, but I may come back to the chapter later on and try it again and see if it works. I'm trying to get through the book while my free credits are still available so yeah, I didn't want to spend too much time on this. If it doesn't work after I come back to it later I might open up another question. Thanks.

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ravikanthk answered

@Asad-8618,
Thank you for reaching out to the Microsoft Q&A platform.

This has been reported by a subset of the customers and our product team identified this issue from the azure portal service side. A fix has been deployed and it should have been mitigated. Please check and let us know if you still see this issue.





Please "Accept as Answer" and Upvote if any of the above helped to help others in the community looking for remediation for similar issues.

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HarshSaini-2912 answered

Hi.. This is April 22 but this issue still haunting many users including me. The same issue occurs (VNet not visible in the dropdown) when I try to create the application gateway. Please fix this issue.

Thanks & Regards,
Harsh

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I am facing similar issue, I have created Virtual Networks and afterwards I am trying to deploy a VM in the same Resource Group as the VNets, those existing VNets are not showing down in the drop-down list.
Both VMs and VNets belongs to the same region i.e., East-US 2

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AhamedN-5861 answered

Hi..

Adding this update on 14th Apr'22.

Still the problem is not resolved and its not showing any of my subnets from my VNet. Will someone from Microsoft can fix it ASAP?

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BryanOhana-1487 answered RyanEschete-6894 commented

Hi Everyone, I experience the same issue, does anyone has a solution ?

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II've been toying with this for a few days now. I figured out the issue. Your browser is caching possibly old info. Open a new browser or delete cache/internet history and look for your new vm

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