4 of 4 people found this helpful
DynamicHardDisk is a thinly provisioned hard disk, i.e. it will grow as it is actually used. If you change it to a fixed disk it will provision it all hence increasing the size.
I think Azure doesn't allow to create instances using dynamic VHD, that's why it failed. My point is, your documentation is slightly incorrect and may cause problems for people following the documentation.
1 of 1 people found this helpful
The documentation definitely worked at the time of writing.
Hello Jacek ...
Have you finally get Azure image to work ? ... looks like I am going through similar if not identical problems..
Pozdrawiam: Kris Cichon
The easiest way is still very troublesome... You need to download the OVF and convert it to a fixed-size VHD (e.g. using the microsoft powershell tool - I forgot the name) which will take around 50GB of free disk space - good luck uploading it to the cloud...
Maybe someone has found an easier way, but I have not