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    Azure Registration FORM does not have Maldives in Country List

    Azure Registration Form does not have Maldives in the Country List - for either free or even paid subscriptions. We are CSP here in Maldives and do Office 365. I am trying to introduce Azure in the Market and unable to do so directly for trails and free accounts for IT teams of our clients as this is not available.

    Store the external RDP port used last for accessing a VM through the public IP address allowing port forwarding rules on the LB to work

    Currently we have a load balancer with external ports on the public IP forwarding to internal ports on the private IP for our virtual machines. From the Azure Home, we can see our Virtual Machines, but selecting the Connect option for RDP along with the external IP always defaults port 8000. We have to look up the correct external port in the load balancer rules and replace the port 8000 on this screen to connect to each system from the Azure web gui. It would be a nice change for the VM Connect screen to store the last external IP port used to connect to that VM and default that port on subsequent accesses instead of defaulting back to port 8000. This would save some time and frustration when accessing a VM through the Azure web ui.

    AZCLI restore VM like portal

    As an engineer working on automated restore. I want to be able to restore via the Azure CLI or some equivalent so that the restore process can be done faster and with less chances for mistakes. Currently this does not appear to be an option in the CLI and not stated in the documentation either. Is it possible to have this added or to get an equivalent?

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