Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer | Getting Started

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.

  1. Search For Azure Storage Explorer and you’ll see something as below –

  2. Once you open the 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)

  3. And it’ll appear that it has been downloaded to your machine.

  4. Now, click on the Setup and let it start. Accept the Terms if everything looks OK to you, then click on Install

  5. It’ll then ask you where to setup and what it should call on the system. Standard stuff.

  6. Then, installation will begin.

  7. Then, open it up when finished.

  8. 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 –

  1. Click on the Sign In with Azure if that’s your case unless you are trying other options in this wizard.

  2. If your Azure is usual one to login, can you simply click on Azure and click Next.

  3. Then, you’ll be asked to authenticate. Enter your credentials and authenticate like you would for any Microsoft Account.

  4. Once successful, you’ll see this and you can close the window.

  5. 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.

  6. Once opened, you can expand on the Subscription and see all your Storage Accounts.

Hope this helps!

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