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Installing Storage Utility

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When installing and running the utility for the first time make sure you have your account and shared key details to populate the initial dialog. Otherwise you will need to edit your config file to add the details in - see the example snippet below:
 
<add key="accounts" value="myaccount" />
<add key="rootpath" value="C:\" />
<add key="autorefreshcontainers" value="true" />
<add key="autorefreshblobs" value="true" />
<add key="defaultaccount" value="myaccount" />
<add key="myaccount.AccountSharedKey" value="mySharedKey" />
<add key="myaccount.BlobStorageEndpoint" value="http://blob.core.windows.net" />
<add key="myaccount.QueueStorageEndpoint" value="http://queue.core.windows.net" />
<add key="myaccount.TableStorageEndpoint" value="http://table.core.windows.net" />
<add key="myaccount.UsePathStyleUris" value="false" />
Closed Mar 17, 2009 at 1:06 PM by GraemeBryce
Closed as new feature mitigates the issue

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GraemeBryce wrote Mar 17, 2009 at 1:05 PM

We have addressed this issue by ensuring the opening dialog that captures account details verifies the information you provide by a live connect to the storage thus users should not encounter this as an initial issue.

We have plans to add full account management in a future release