Visit to your Go to your Windows Azure Website:
In your Windows Azure Website please select the following:
FTP Host Name: *.ftp.azurewebsites.windows.netFTP User Login Name: yourwebsitename\yourusernamePassword: your_password
Use FileZilla or any FTP client application and configure your FTP access as below:
Finally connect to your website and you will see two folders:
1. site - This is the folder where your website specific files are located2. Logfiles : This is the folder where your website specific Diagnostics LOG files are located.
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will the new files uploaded via ftp persist on VM restarts/reimage?
Usefull tips. I searched around and I do not see anywhere that you need to put the website name prior to the login like that site_name\username.
I have tried it and it doesn´t work. You have to download your "Publishingprofile" and have to use the username and Password which is configured in the XML. See the following link:
Great guide! I prefer mapping the FTP site as a network drive so you don't need a special client. See this site: revision3.com/.../hak5gtae5
I ve deployed a nopCommerce site using the gallery. Now i want to download the sourcecode to make changes and then sync them to my site. This site helped me connect to the site from FTP but now i need a path to get source code. Any help?
Has anyone got this working with SFTP? It is not working for me...
Is it possible to create a user without backslash?
I had a problem with my dev machine and needed to download my files from my azure site. AvKash's description of FTP on Azure worked perfectly. Thanks, AvKash!