The Azure Account extension provides a single Azure sign-in and subscription filtering experience for all other Azure extensions. It makes Azure's Cloud Shell service available in VS Code's integrated terminal.
Azure: Sign In
Sign in to your Azure subscription.
Azure: Sign In with Device Code
Sign in to your Azure subscription with a device code. Use this in setups where the Sign In command does not work.
Azure: Sign In to Azure Cloud
Sign in to your Azure subscription in one of the sovereign clouds.
Azure: Sign Out
Sign out of your Azure subscription.
Azure: Select Subscriptions
Pick the set of subscriptions you want to work with. Extensions should respect this list and only show resources within the filtered subscriptions.
Azure: Create an Account
If you don't have an Azure Account, you can sign up for one today and receive $200 in free credits.
Azure: Open Bash in Cloud Shell1
Open a new terminal running Bash in Cloud Shell.
Azure: Open PowerShell in Cloud Shell1
Open a new terminal running PowerShell in Cloud Shell.
The resource filter, each element is a tenant id and a subscription id separated by a slash.
Whether to show the email address (e.g., in the status bar) of the signed in account.
A specific tenant to sign in to. The default is to sign in to the common tenant and use all known tenants.
The current Azure Cloud to connect to.
Development setting: The PPE environment for testing.
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