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Azure DevTest Labs: Configure mandatory artifacts for your lab
In DevTest Labs, you can set a list of mandatory artifacts that will be applied on every machine created within your lab.
Integrate Azure DevTest Labs Environments into your VSTS continuous integration and delivery pipeline
You can use the Azure DevTest Labs Tasks extension that is installed in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to easily integrate your CI/CD build-and-release pipeline with Azure DevTest Labs. ...
Azure DevTest Labs: Auto-fill virtual machine username and password
When you create a virtual machine as a lab user, the username and password for the machine are now pre-filled.
Azure DevTest Labs: Auto-fill virtual machine name
When you create a virtual machine as a lab user, the name of the machine is now pre-filled with an unique, automatically generated name.
Connecting Azure DevTest Lab environments to the Lab Virtual Network
Azure DevTest Labs makes creating VMs easier with the built-in networking for the lab, and has a great deal of flexibility with the ability to create multi-VM and/or PaaS environments. We have...
Using Command Line Tools to Start and Stop Azure DevTest Lab Virtual Machines
This post explores how to extend the capabilities of Azure DevTest labs using PowerShell or the Azure CLI to start and stop lab VMs. DevTest Labs (DTL) is a way to create fast, easy, and lean...
Troubleshooting VM and Environment Creation Failures
DevTest Labs does its best to guide you to a path of success, including warning you if a machine name is invalid or if you are about to violate a lab policy. But sometimes it happens—the red x...
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