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    I have a Window 2016 Datacenter VM created in the Azure cloud. Also, I have some installers uploaded to the new storage Account I created ( Path is Storage Account -> DemoStorage-Blobs-> dbfile->Installers)
    How can I get the Installers I uploaded into the VM I created in cloud?


    Pistle
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    Mount the Azure file share
    >Sign in to the Azure portal.
    >Navigate to the storage account that contains the file share you’d like to mount.
    >Select File shares.
    >Select the file share you’d like to mount.
    >Select Connect.
    >Select the drive letter to mount the share to.
    >Copy the provided script.

    Hope this will help
    Best regards


    BenCWalker
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    Try Azure File Storage for managed file shares that use standard SMB 3.0 protocol. Take advantage of fully managed file shares in the cloud that are accessible via the industry-standard SMB and NFS protocols. There are several options available, such as Azure Backup, Azure files, and so forth. I had some issues with azure storage and migration and then I took help from an azure migration consulting company – https://nuvento.com/cloud-managed-services/azure-consulting-services/.

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