Use VM as Your Personal Computer Featuring VSCode [Video]
This video tutorial will use an Azure Virtual Machine (VM) — although you can use any — to connect to Virtual Studio Code using SSH with private keys.
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This video tutorial walks you through the complete end-to-end flow on how to use asymmetric encryption and then connect it to Visual Studio Code via SSH in order to manage and run your workloads directly on Azure.
Prerequisite Installation for Windows
- Visual Studio Code
- PuTTY MSI (‘Windows Installer’); the troubleshoot guide can be found here
- Remote - SSH Extension
- Remote - SSH: Editing Configuration File
Keep this block handy:
Host input_server User input_id HostName input_IP IdentityFile ~/.ssh/input_key
I hope you find this video helpful!
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