Windows Azure SDK 1.4 Refresh Resolved Windows Azure Connect Endpoints Issues

Windows Azure team said that they have identified an issue with the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh that causes Windows Azure Connect endpoints to fail to deploy on Windows Azure Roles built using the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh.If you downloaded and installed the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh from the Windows Azure web site […]

Windows Azure team said that they have identified an issue with the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh that causes Windows Azure Connect endpoints to fail to deploy on Windows Azure Roles built using the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh.

If you downloaded and installed the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh from the Windows Azure web site anytime prior to 4:00 PM PST Monday, April 25, 2011, you will have to uninstall and reinstall it.

Here're the steps to install the updated version of the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh:

  1. Go to Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features, uninstall the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh.
  2. Reinstall the updated version of the Windows Azure SDK 1.4 refresh from the Windows Azure web site.

[Source: Windows Azure team blog]