Quick Start Guide for Intel® FPGA Development Tools on the Microsoft* Azure* Platform

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Date 12/22/2017
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1.4.5.1. Connecting from a Windows* Computer

To connect to a running Azure* Virtual Machine from a Windows* computer:
  1. Start PuTTY.
  2. In the Host field, type one of the following:
    • <username>@<Machine-DNS-name>
    • <username>@<Machine-IP-address>
  3. If your use a proxy, specify the proxy details in Connection > Proxy. Type proxy type, hostname, and port.
  4. If you want to use the session again, create a name for the session in Saved Sessions and click Save. You can later select from the list of saved sessions.
    You can reuse a saved session with other virtual machines by changing the machine IP address or DNS name. The rest of the information remains the same.
  5. Press Open to connect.
The first time PuTTY connects to a machine, a warning appears, stating that the host key is not cached, and displays machine’s rsa2 fingerprint. Click Yes to accept.

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