Posts Tagged ‘Windows Azure Toolkit’

Posted by OmegaMan at February 9, 2014

Category: Azure, Errors, Visual Studio

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If you have a valid azure account but receive this message in Visual Studio 2013 (or 2012 with the Azure toolkit installed) while trying to create a website

This subscription is not registered to use the following resources: Website. The remote server returned an unexpected response: (400) Bad Request.

Subscription

Here are the steps to fix and or pinpoint the issue.

  1. Log into to manage the account Azure Portal (Opens in new window). Is this account the same one that is tied to Visual Studio?
  2. Find the WebSites section along the left hand side.
  3. Create a new website.

If you are able to do those steps, you have eliminated the sign on issue (wrong account) and the general ability to create websites in Azure.

  1. Try to create a website again in Visual Studio using the account specified above used to log into Windows Azure Portal.

If it still fails at this point, trying installing the latest Azure Toolkit (2.2 of this writing) into Visual Studio. Tell me what you have run into…I would like to hear.

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