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Create a Virtual Machine and Connect to It Using Azure Bastion
Azure Bastion enables remote connectivity to a virtual machine (VM) without the need for a public IP address on the virtual machine or the requirement to deploy and manage jump boxes. In this lab, you will create a virtual machine that does not have a public IP address and create an Azure Bastion resource. Then you will connect securely to the virtual machine with Azure Bastion.
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Create a Windows Virtual Machine
Create a Windows virtual machine named
vm1using a Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Gen 2 image, and give it a username and password of your choosing. Set the properties for its public inbound ports, public IP, and NIC network security group to None.
Deploy Azure Bastion
Use the Connect option within the virtual machine resource to easily deploy the resources required for Azure Bastion.
Connect to the Virtual Machine with Azure Bastion
Use the Connect option to connect to the virtual machine via Azure Bastion, using the username and password that you configured.
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