I have created a GCP account. I want to connect to this account from my local Windows system. How can I do that?
To install the Google Cloud SDK on the Windows system, you can follow the below steps.
Create a Google Cloud project, if you don't have one already.
Download the Google Cloud SDK installer.
Launch the installer and follow the prompts.
After the installation has completed, the installer presents several options as shown below.
Make sure that the following are selected.
Start Google Cloud SDK Shell
Run 'gcloud init'
The installer then starts a terminal window and runs the gcloud init command.
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