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Azure VM doesn't receive correct "Azure LAN IP"

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This is a new setup. For some reason this VM doesn't fetch Azure LAN IP from the virtual address space I have assigned. Please see attached file.

The 2012 Datacenter server has adynamic IP setting.

What have went wrong?
Azure-VM-Network-Settings.pdf
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VMs get their network settings at the time of initial deployment. So if the virtual network didn't exist, or if you didn't select the virtual network during that initial deployment, it won't pull settings from the virtual network after the fact. The VM will need to be redeployed into the virtual network.
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Aha

I tought I did, used affinity group. Perhaps badly. Can I redeploy it without deleting the whole server?
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Aha

Noticed that I need to select correct virtual Network upon creating the VM. I think this is it.
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As long as you followed best practices and put data on a separate VHD and that VHD lives in an Azure storage blob, you can attach that VHD to a new VM. You are technically still creating a new VM, but you can retain your data.
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Initially I selected Affinity group and I should have select the corresponding virtual Network.
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