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How to deploy AX 2012 R3 on Azure via LCS

12 May

This document describes steps that how we can quickly deploy Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 on Azure using Lifecycle Services

Prerequisites

– Azure subscription

– Partnersource/Customersource login

Let’s get started

Step 1:  LCS Signup

Log on to LCS and create a new project and fill in the required details

https://lcs.dynamics.com/

Step 2: Setup a new project and then go to your project

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Step 3: Go to “Cloud hosted environment”

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Step 4: Log into Azure portal

https://manage.windowsazure.com

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Step 5: Copy Subscription ID

Azure Portal > Setting > Subscriptions

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Step 6: Add Azure subscription

Log back to LCS and paste your subscription id and then “Next”

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Step 6: Download Certificate

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Step 7: Upload certificate to Azure

Switch back to Azure portal, click on Setting > Upload

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Browse your certificate file

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See new Dynamics Deployment added

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Step 7: Choose Azure region and then deploy

Switch back to LCS, choose Azure region

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Then next, and chose give a deployment name

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Then deploy,

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Step 8: Deploying

You will see a status of “Deploying”. Give it few hours

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Step 9: Deployed

After few hours, status changes to “Deployed”

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Step 9: Connect to VM machine

Go to Azure portal > Virtual Machine > choose your new VM > Connect

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A short cut RDP will download to your machine. Use this and connect to R3 cloud.

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Connect to your environment. Username and password can get from LCS portal

Username: builtin\Administrator

Password: pass@word1

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Step 10: Enjoy your cloud R3 VM

Following are the components which are installed in this instance:

· Standard AX 2012 R3 with Demo Data with Multiple companies

· Enterprise portal

· Reporting Services

· Role centers

· Retail POS

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References

· http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn741581.aspx

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