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How to create new MS SQL virtual machine in Azure

How to create MS SQL virtual machine in Azure and how to enable MS SQL Login user.

1. Create new virtual machine with MS SQL server
2. Open a MS SQL port 1433 in azure management for the given virtual machine
3. Log in to the virtual machine
4. Open port in firewall in virtual machine Windows system - 1433
5. IMPORTANT - Set MS SQL setting to the Mixed Mode (Windows Authentication and SQL Server Authentication) (default is only Windows Auth.)

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