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We are setting up a client Umbraco site on an Azure VM.
We would like the media assets located on “Azure File storage”, so there is a virtual directory in IIS pointing to the shared repository e.g. http://storageaccount.file.core.windows.net/share/media
I have followed all of the advice on https://blogs.iis.net/davidso/azurefile but no matter what I do I get the error:
“System.IO.IOException: The user name or password is incorrect.”
Anyone else had any luck with this scenario?
have you looked the Azure File provider for Umbraco ?
This will point the media folder to blob storage.
you should also look at the Azure Blob Cache package for Image Processor
http://imageprocessor.org/imageprocessor-web/plugins/azure-blob-cache/ which lets you control how the cropped images are stored and retrevied from Azure.
thanks for that. Yeah I am aware of the Azure file provider. In our case the umbraco website is part of a wider environment in which other content is stored on “Azure File storage” so it makes sense to store umbraco media there too.
but it is proving VERY difficult to get umbraco talking to “Azure File storage” :( so i would be interested to hear if anyone has actually got it working
Using the above UmbracoFileSystemProviders.Azure nuget package, this was how I was able to connect the Umbraco media folder with an Azure storage account - https://blog.nicolaayan.com/2018/05/how-to-setup-your-umbraco-media-folder-with-an-azure-storage-account/
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