Let me start off by saying that I am new to Azure, so I am learning as I go.
I am on a trial to see if Azure Government is the right path forward for my company. My supervisor asked me to figure this beast out as he was running into issues as well. We've both work with on-premise servers/systems, so this cloud stuff is very new to us.
I was able to set up and connect to a virtual server through our Azure subscription, but my supervisor prefers that I set up a VDI. After setting up Azure Virtual Desktop, I noticed that it did not have a public IP, so I had to figure out how to request a public IP for my AVD set up. I managed to figure that our and add the public IP to the network interface for my AVD, but I am unable to connect to the IP address. No luck via RDP or https://rdweb.wvd.microsoft.com/arm/webclient/index.html. Going to the webclient, I get the following message "It looks like your system administrator hasn’t set up any resources for <username> yet." I thought that I went through all the necessary steps.
While viewing my host pool, I noticed that I have 2 virtual machines unavailable. I don't recall where to go to find the error. Both of my virtual machines are running.
Since I am new, I may not have set up the VDI environment the way that I am thinking in my head. Ideally, I would like to have one public IP to give to users to connect and on the backend the system uses a round robin to assign which VM the user is connected to. Is this a good or bad idea? Is it possible? Any tips or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. I am willing to delete my AVD configuration and start all over it that would be easier. I had been looking for a tutorial or step-by-step guide, but could not find one. I followed one of the videos that was linked to one of the pages on my Azure Gov't account.