On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 9:56 AM Andrew Wilkins <andrew.wilk...@canonical.com>
> On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 9:15 AM Andrew Wilkins <
> andrew.wilk...@canonical.com> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Just a heads up, where will be some changes to authentication in the
>> Azure provider. When https://github.com/juju/juju/pull/6247 lands (if
>> you're working off master), or otherwise when rc1 is out, you will need to
>> remove "tenant-id" from your credentials.yaml.
> Slight change of plans. I'm going to deprecate the "userpass"
> authentication type, but keep it working until rc1 is out.
> There will be two new auth-types: "service-principal-secret", and
> "interactive". The former is a replacement for userpass, and has exactly
> the same attributes as today, minus the tenant-id. "Interactive" is a work
> in progress. I'll write back about it once the work is progressed enough
> that I can explain how to use it.
The "interactive" auth-type for Azure has just landed on master, so it
should be in 2.0 RC1. This is now the default auth-type when using "juju
To add a credential for Azure, you now do the following:
- run "juju add-credential azure"
- enter credential name of your choosing
- select the "interactive" auth-type
- enter your subscription ID 
- you will now be prompted to open a URL and enter a code, then proceed to
authenticate with Azure and authorise Juju to create credentials on your
behalf. Once you have given your consent, Juju will do the rest.
 your subscription ID can be found in the Azure Portal, under the
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