If you are wondering how to get and setup the Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer – Here’s this post!
Azure Storage Explorer
Here’s how you can download and setup Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer.
- Search For Azure Storage Explorer and you’ll see something as below –
- Once you open the azure.microsoft.com link, you’ll see the below –
Drop down to select Windows. And the Setup will will be prompted to save on your browser (or directly download based on your browser settings)
- And it’ll appear that it has been downloaded to your machine.
- Now, click on the Setup and let it start. Accept the Terms if everything looks OK to you, then click on Install
- It’ll then ask you where to setup and what it should call on the system. Standard stuff.
- Then, installation will begin.
- Then, open it up when finished.
- Now, this will come up. You are now ready to Sign-In!
Sign In with Azure in Microsoft Storage Explorer
Now, picking up from the step above, here’s how you sign in –
- Click on the Sign In with Azure if that’s your case unless you are trying other options in this wizard.
- If your Azure is usual one to login, can you simply click on Azure and click Next.
- Then, you’ll be asked to authenticate. Enter your credentials and authenticate like you would for any Microsoft Account.
- Once successful, you’ll see this and you can close the window.
- Now, if you open the App, it’ll detect your Azure Subscription if you have one.
If it looks correct, you can simply click on Open Explorer.
- Once opened, you can expand on the Subscription and see all your Storage Accounts.
Hope this helps!
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