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Deploying FortiWeb Manager-VM on Azure

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Uploading FortiWeb Manager-VM image

After extracting the image file, you get a file named upload-disks.ps1. We will use this file to upload the image to Azure. We will use Windows10 as an example to introduce the uploading process.

  1. Open Windows PowerShell ISE.
  2. Set unrestricted ExecutionPolicy.To upload the image successfully, make sure your account is set with the unrestricted LocalMachine execution policy.
    1. Check if you have the unrestricted LocalMachine permission:
      Get-ExecutionPolicy -List
    2. In the printout, if the ExecutionPolicy for the LocalMachine Scope is not unrestricted, run the following command to set it to unrestricted:
      Set-ExecutionPolicy -Executionpolicy Unrestricted -Scope LocalMachine
  3. Click the Open Script icon, select file upload-disks.ps1.
  4. Change the storage account name, resource group name, subscription name, local directory and container name to the ones you have set in the previous steps.
  5. Click the Run icon to run this script. The image file boot.vhd and log.vhd will be uploaded to Azure. It may take a while.

If you encounter the following error message, you can try uploading the image again.
The pipe line was not run because a pipeline is already running. Pipelines cannot be run concurrently.

Uploading FortiWeb Manager-VM image

After extracting the image file, you get a file named upload-disks.ps1. We will use this file to upload the image to Azure. We will use Windows10 as an example to introduce the uploading process.

  1. Open Windows PowerShell ISE.
  2. Set unrestricted ExecutionPolicy.To upload the image successfully, make sure your account is set with the unrestricted LocalMachine execution policy.
    1. Check if you have the unrestricted LocalMachine permission:
      Get-ExecutionPolicy -List
    2. In the printout, if the ExecutionPolicy for the LocalMachine Scope is not unrestricted, run the following command to set it to unrestricted:
      Set-ExecutionPolicy -Executionpolicy Unrestricted -Scope LocalMachine
  3. Click the Open Script icon, select file upload-disks.ps1.
  4. Change the storage account name, resource group name, subscription name, local directory and container name to the ones you have set in the previous steps.
  5. Click the Run icon to run this script. The image file boot.vhd and log.vhd will be uploaded to Azure. It may take a while.

If you encounter the following error message, you can try uploading the image again.
The pipe line was not run because a pipeline is already running. Pipelines cannot be run concurrently.