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Azure:cfgSetupStatus failed: Azure config failed on stage ec_AzCfg_4GetRTid:
"command azure network route-table show -g "veeampn" -n
"VeeamHubRouteTable" --json failed with status 1.
Details: error: The current subscription type is not permitted to perform operations on any provider namespace. Please use a different subscription. \n
error: Error information has been recorded to /root/.azure/azure.err \n
error: network route-table show command failed \n \n "
It's a pay as go subscription (based in North EU), and I have other subscriptions in my account that I'm running VMs and storage with, and I don't recall making any specific changes to get those to work. Have I missed a step somewhere during the setup phase?
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It seems that not everything is OK at this point in time. We had withdrawn the appliance to patch according to Microsoft demand, but it seems that it isn't published again as it should. Our teams will investigate what is wrong
Sorry about this
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Customers with more than one Azure subscription might experience same behavior - presently Veeam PN works with subscription which is first in the list.
In current case the selection was wrong.
Here is a workaround method which was successfully used to fix the issue
1) login to SSH to your VeeamPN appliance by IP or DNS name
2) use name and password you have chosen while deploying the Azure offer
3) switch to administrative account running command sudo su -
4) go to web UI and try to go through only FIRST STEP (Connection to azure by link and code) of Azure connect wizard once again (if you didn't select - "don't show me again" after closing the Wizard - just do a refresh of the UI, or you can go to "Settings" - "Azure" tab - click Apply)
5) now while you are connected to your account you should go and change default subscription
6) go to SSH window and enumerate your subscriptions by command azure account list
7) you should see all of your subscription names and IDs - "Current - true" should be in a first subscription
8 ) now to change current subscription to a correct one you should run command azure account set GUID_OF_ID_OF_CORRECT_SUBSCRIPTION
9) verify that current subscription is correct one now by command azure account list - check "Current - true" column
10) go back to UI and click next to proceed to the step which was failing before
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