Azure Community Support forum in Visual Studio subscriptions
Get help directly from the Azure team within select support forums via Azure Community. The Azure Community benefit provides you with access to a collection of forums focused on Azure-related topics.
Getting started with Azure Community is easy.
Sign in to https://my.visualstudio.com/benefits.
Locate the Azure Community tile in the Support section, and click the Get Help link.
You'll see a list of the available forums. Simply click on the forum of your choice.
Within the forum, you can view topics and responses, search for answers to your question, or post a new question.
Availability of the Azure Community benefit depends on your subscription level as shown below:
|Visual Studio Enterprise (Standard)||VL, Azure, Retail||One year||Yes|
|Visual Studio Enterprise with GitHub Enterprise||VL, Azure, Retail||One year||Yes|
|Visual Studio Professional (Standard)||VL, Azure, Retail||One year||Yes|
|Visual Studio Professional with GitHub Enterprise||VL, Azure, Retail||One year||Yes|
|Visual Studio Test Professional (Standard)||VL, Retail||One year||Yes|
|MSDN Platforms (Standard)||VL, Retail||One year||Yes|
|Visual Studio Enterprise (monthly cloud), Visual Studio Professional (monthly cloud), NFR1||All||Not available||No|
1 Includes: Not for Resale (NFR), Microsoft FTE, Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Regional Director (RD), Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP), BizSpark, Imagine, Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)
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- For other Azure Community resources, please visit the Azure Community Support page.
- Azure documentation.
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