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Please note that i am not able to access remotely my new deployed SQL VM. Also i am not able to change the endpoint private port from the new Portal.
Please ask SQL questions on the SQL server forum.
What do you mean with the "new Portal". Is it AX related or not?
Windows Azure New portal. it is not an SQL Question. it is related to LCS AX into Azure.
Please provide error details if you get some errors. What steps did you try to change the port number?
Not sure if it's the same issue as Elie was seeing, but we've had the same error message when attempting to RDP onto our VMs via LCS. In case it's relevant sharing my Server Fault link here, so that others hitting this thread via search can check that thread for answers also: serverfault.com/.../rdp-error-the-server-security-layer-detected-an-error-0x80090304-in-the-proto
This is more related to Azure Portal , first check whether you can add new end point to RDP port 3389 .then try to connect. if remote connection not working reset remote connection from Portal.
refer below link to resolve common connection errors :docs.microsoft.com/.../troubleshoot-rdp-connection
Hope this will help.
Thanks Amith. I think this makes sense where Dynamics is hosted on the client's Azure instance; however in our case the environments are hosted by MS (i.e. they're not on our tenant, and as such we don't have control over these servers via the Portal). Hopefully this info will help others though / thank-you again for sharing.
Are you trying to access the SQL database of a tier1 VM? I posted a guide on my blog:
Please note that you cannot access your PRD DB in this manner.
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