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Downloading Windows Azure Publish Settings (Subscription Configuration) file

Downloading Windows Azure Publish Settings (Subscription Configuration) file

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Time to time I need to use my Windows Azure Subscription Profile information however when I want I could never find and searching the link over internet could never get me the configuration file immediately so I created this blog.

 

To get PublishSetting profile visit the link below:

A publishsettings file will be downloaded and the file name will be in given format:

  • <Subscription_Name>-<Download_Date>-credentials.publishsettings

 

You can download the publishsetting file directly from PS by launching the command as below:

  • PS> Get-AzurePublishSettingsFile

Once you have publishsettings file you can use it with Visual Studio to publish your application or use with Powershell as well:

  • PS>Import-AzurePublishSettingsFile <Physical_Location>\<Subscription_Name>-<Download_Date>-credentials.publishsettings

 

Keyword: Azure, PublishProfile, publishsetting, settings, profile

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  • Thanks for the info...

    My hope was this settings file would work with WebMatrix 2 and the Web Deploy publish...  but no... ;(

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    Failed to load file.

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    Publish settings file is invalid.

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    OK

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    More had banging to come...

  • Hi,

    Can we download publishsettings file from portal based on subscription pro grammatically through API.Is it possible and how?

    Regards,

    Ramesh

  • Avkash

    Today morning MS update wiped out all my stuff in the computer. I downloaded publication file and unable to import. I am getting weird error in vs2012 import process

  • Awesome thanks just what I needed for my CD powershell script

    http://dalsoft.co.uk

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