4 Comments

  1. Hi everyone,

    Be sure to use the normal ” to specify multiple arguments with spaces – some text editors may convert the ” character to a special angled quote which will not work in cmdline.

    Also be sure to encode the quotes as " inside the azure startup task argument.

    Best,
    Mike

  2. Anil

    Hi Mike,
    Tool works perfectly. But recently we moved to OS family 3 (Windows Server 2012) where there is no .net 3.5 (as a default), and the tool can no longer run. Do you mind providing an updated version.
    Thanx so much,
    Anil

  3. Shawn

    Hi Mike

    We would also like to move to OS Family 3 (Windows Server 2012) but just as Anil noted the tool no longer runs because it requires .Net 3.5 any chance you could prove a .Net 4 or 4.5 version of the app ?

    Regards,

    Shawn.

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