Here are the detailed steps to connection Sql instance in a Windows Azure Virtual Machine, from your local machine, through SQL Server Management Studio.
Assume you have already had Sql Server installed on the VM, and SSMS installed on your local machine.
1, Configure your virtual machine’s firewall to allow connection to port 1433
a) Go to windows firewall, launch Advanced Settings;
b) Select Inbound rules on the left, and click “New Rule…” on the right;
c) Select Port in New Inbound Rule Wizard, click Next;
d) Make sure TCP is selected, and put 1433 in Specific local ports text box, click Next;
e) Select Allow the connection, click Next;
f) Select Domain, Private and Public, click Next;
g) Put whatever name in the Name field, click Finish;
2, Create an endpoint for the VM, to forward port 1433 to 1433
a) To go the new Windows Azure portal…
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