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I'm unable con configure Azure Server in Pulseway.

After creating certificate following manual procedure instruccions and uploading certificates to azure keeps showing attached error.

Server 2012 localized Spanish.

 

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I had 2 diferent subscriptions in my Azure admin account. I've uploaded certificate to wrong subscription.

Once uploaded again, everything fine.

 

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