In the past, it was the Windows operating system and its associated services that provided the majority of network connections.
However, with the launch of Windows 10, the company has announced that it will be moving away from the Windows model and towards a unified Windows 10 operating system.
This means that applications and services that run on Microsoft’s Windows 10 platform will be available to run on Azure’s network administrator platform.
With the launch, the Microsoft Azure network admin will also be available on a separate Azure portal.
As an Azure network service, Azure’s Azure Network Manager (ANM) is available for use on Windows and on Azure Virtual Machines.
In the future, ANM will be able to provide additional services to other operating systems, such as Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019.
To learn more about how Azure network administrators will be used, we have created a free demo app to demonstrate how to connect to the Azure network.
Download the free demo Now that you know how the Windows and Azure operating systems interact, it’s time to connect your Azure network to the Windows 10 network.
To get started, open your Azure portal and navigate to Settings -> Networks -> Windows Networks.
Select the network you want to connect.
In a few moments, you will see an alert appear, which will allow you to enter the network password.
To access the network, you simply need to click the Network icon, then the Network tab.
On the next page, select a network to connect, and then select the connection type.
After that, you are ready to begin the Azure networking journey.