The following table lists the scenarios and supported Configuration Manager features in each scenario.
|Supported scenarios||Supported Configuration Manager features|
|Use an existing on-premises Configuration Manager infrastructure to manage Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines that are running Windows Server or Linux through a secure site-to-site connection.||For Windows Server:|
|Set up a single stand-alone Primary site in the Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines environment to manage Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines that are running Windows Server or Linux in the same virtual network. |
Note The all-in-one, stand-alone Primary site is a single Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine that runs all required site system roles and Microsoft SQL Server locally without using any remote site systems or roles.
|For Windows Server:|
The following Linux distributions are endorsed for Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines in the supported scenarios:
- Canonical Ubuntu 12.04
- OpenLogic CentOS 6.3
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2
For more information about supported Microsoft server software in the Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine environment, see Microsoft server software support for Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines.
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