To work with Service Management API client has to authenticate itself to the Azure portal. You need to upload X.509 certificate to the portal. There are many ways and several tools available to crate X.509 certificates. Easiest way I find is using IIS.

Read here to create certificate for Azure subscription

Before you go ahead and upload certificate, let us understand that there are two types of certificate can be uploaded

Before you go ahead and upload certificate, let us understand that there are two types of certificate can be uploaded

 

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To upload (.cer) certificate login to Azure portal and select Hosted Service and then Management Certificates option.

 

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From top menu choose add certificate,

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Browse to choose the certificate file and upload.

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Once management level certificates are uploaded successfully, you can work AZURE Management API. Tune in for the next posts. We will see there working with Azure Management API.

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