The installation of Veeam Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure using Azure Resource Manager keeps failing. After the process has ended in failure, the new VM exists in the VM list, is shown as running and as consuming resources, but cannot be connected to via RDP. Only new VMs being created with the Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure option are experiencing this problem.
On the last attempt, I stripped down the installation so that no optional extensions are selected. The Microsoft Azure Diagnostics IaaSDiagnostics is being installed by default and refuses to be uninstalled after the face even though the statuses are all showing as unavailable and not ready.
The only options I customized during the setup are resource group, computer name, availability set and subnet - none of which I can see as being able to cause this problem. I have tried the setup using both static and dynamic real world IP addresses.
Any suggestions on what might be done to remedy this issue?
The detailed failure message is below:
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8/17/2016, 2:48:35 PM
"message": "The resource operation completed with terminal provisioning state 'Failed'.",
"message": "Provisioning of VM extension 'Microsoft.Insights.VMDiagnosticsSettings' has timed out. Extension installation may be taking too long, or extension status could not be obtained."