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Uploading Remote_sites.txt to a storage account

To upload Remote_sites.txt to a storage account:
  1. Create a storage account:
    1. In the Azure portal, click Create a resource.
    2. Search for "storage account" and select storage account resource creation. Click Create.
    3. From the Resource group dropdown list, select the desired resource group, or create a new one. The storage account will reside in this location.
    4. In the Storage account name field, enter a unique name. Each storage account requires a unique name as each storage account URL is unique.
    5. (Optional) From the Replication dropdown list, select Locally-redundant storage (LRS).
    6. Leave all other fields unchanged. Click Review + create.
  2. Once Azure completes configuring the storage account, go to the storage account Blobs section. Click + Container. Create a container that allows read access to blobs.
  3. Click the container name, then click Upload.
  4. In the Files field, select the Remote_sites.txt file. Click Upload.
  5. Right-click the file and select Blob properties.
  6. Copy the value in the URL field. This is one of the ARM template parameters.

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Uploading Remote_sites.txt to a storage account

To upload Remote_sites.txt to a storage account:
  1. Create a storage account:
    1. In the Azure portal, click Create a resource.
    2. Search for "storage account" and select storage account resource creation. Click Create.
    3. From the Resource group dropdown list, select the desired resource group, or create a new one. The storage account will reside in this location.
    4. In the Storage account name field, enter a unique name. Each storage account requires a unique name as each storage account URL is unique.
    5. (Optional) From the Replication dropdown list, select Locally-redundant storage (LRS).
    6. Leave all other fields unchanged. Click Review + create.
  2. Once Azure completes configuring the storage account, go to the storage account Blobs section. Click + Container. Create a container that allows read access to blobs.
  3. Click the container name, then click Upload.
  4. In the Files field, select the Remote_sites.txt file. Click Upload.
  5. Right-click the file and select Blob properties.
  6. Copy the value in the URL field. This is one of the ARM template parameters.