Instead of adding a subscription connection that only support management certificates it would be great to be able to add subscriptions using a username/password login (Like in Visual Studio or PowerShell with the Add-AzureAccount cmdlet)95 votes
We have started working on this. Over this weekend we released a new version of Azure Management Studio which has this feature. Currently you can manage ARM Storage Accounts using this functionality. Please update your version of AMS to start using this feature. More about this can be found on our blog at: http://blog.cerebrata.com/managing-azure-resource-manager-storage-accounts-through-azure-management-studio/.
Do give it a try and let us know your feedback.
Add download link for publish settings file in add subscription file. Same as you have implemented in the form you ask new users to fill out
Add download link for publish settings file in the "Add subscription file". Same as one of the url 's you have implemented in the form new users of the Azure Management studio have to fill out before first time use.( It can be time consuming to find it in the azure portal).4 votes
The permission for generating Signed URLs is not included in the sets for Create / Update / Delete.
This seems like an omission as signed URLs can give access to higher level permissions.1 vote
Since June, the restriction on limiting SAS to one hour without a policy has been lifted, but still enforced in the UI. It would be great if this restriction was lifted from the tool.0 votes
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