I've setup a Cloud Service and can see that just fine via the Azure tools within VS2013. Same goes for storage and websites. They all show just fine, but my SQL Azure databases do not show up. I am able to add them manually via "data connections", so the firewall is setup appropriately, but eh Azure tools do not see them.11 votes
This issue was fixed in Update 4 for VS2013 and in Visual Studio 2015. You can also download SQL Server Database Tools for Visual Studio to see them in Visual Studio 2012.
Make Logging in to Azure from Visual Studio work when using 2 factor identification for your Microsoft Account
I can't login to the Azure Tools for Visual Studio. I've got 2 factor authentication set up for my Microsoft Account.
I get sent to the page that tells me to wait for the app to allow. I allow the access, then I get sent back to the login screen again! So annoying!
Does nobody on the Azure Tools for Visual Studio team use "two step authentication?" http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/two-step-verification-faq
This is dead simple to reproduce.
1. Have an azure account tied to a two-step authentication enabled Microsoft Account.
2. Try to use that account in Visual Studio.9 votes
This should be working now in VS 2015 – let us know if you’re still seeing a problem.
I have two separated accounts to manage Azure subscriptions and currently I need to sign out my first account and sign in my second account on the Azure node in Server Explorer.
Why can I use multiple accounts without having to sign out and sign in everytime?4 votes
You can connect to multiple accounts in Cloud Explorer’s settings panel by clicking the gear icon. You can view Cloud Explorer if you have Azure SDK 2.7 (or greater) installed – just go to View → Cloud Explorer.
Alternatively, you can right-click on the Azure node of Server Explorer and under “Manage subscriptions” you can easily switch between multiple accounts.