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This reference architecture details the steps to setup a basic Azure backend that will host a game server on either Windows or Linux, using Minecraft server as an example. A resource group is a logical collection of Azure resources. All resources are deployed and managed in a resource group. Do the following to create a resource group:. Create a resource and choose a virtual machine with the operating system that the game server will run on. Search for the following in the Azure Portal, they are usually amongst the most popular:. Select the Azure subscription , resource group, name of the virtual machine and the region. Setup the machine administrator username and password , for being able to access it later remotely. Allow the public inbound ports for being able to connect to the virtual machine as an administrator later maintenance ports , the specific ports from your game server will be enabled afterwards:. Switch to the disks section and select create and attach a new data empty disk to the Azure Virtual Machine, to store the game server executable and the data files it produces.