Azure Private Virtual Networks

The Tech Junkie shows how to create a private virtual network in Azure:

In the previous blog post we created an Azure cloud service.  Now we are going to create a private virtual Azure network.  The importance of this is that when you create a virtual machine in Azure you will use this virtual network to connect to your virtual machine.

This is a screenshot-driven, step-by-step post that makes setting these up easy.

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