How to use existing Azure VM in Jenkins Azure VM plugin

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I already have a Linux VM that I want to connect as a slave to master.

I have added Service principal credentials and I want to make a slave that is an exisiting VM. I am already using existing resource group.Adding Azure VM template seems to be creating a new VM (if I'm not mistaken). How do I use an existing VM?
Jul 14 in Jenkins by hannah
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In order to use the Azure VM plugin to create VM agents, first you need to have an Azure Service Principal in your Jenkins instance.

Once you have these pre-requisites, you could use Linux Agents on Azure Cloud using SSH.

Refer for detailed information 

Hope this helps!

answered Jul 27 by Karan
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