Where is the storage account name and access keys on the portal

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I recently have created a Azure free tier account. I am trying to create a Visual studio project and it is asking for Storage account name and keys for enabling access to it. Can anyone direct me to where I can exactly find the required Account name and Key on the portal?
May 22, 2018 in Azure by cloudie_crank
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In the image under the connection string option, you can clearly see the name and the key as well:


answered May 22, 2018 by null_void
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