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The Serial Console in the Azure portal provides access to a text-based console for Linux virtual machines (VMs) and virtual machine scale set instances. This serial connection connects to the ttys0 serial port of the VM or virtual machine scale set instance, providing access to it independent of the network or operating system state. The serial console can only be accessed by using the Azure portal and is allowed only for those users who have an access role of Contributor or higher to the VM or virtual machine scale set.

Your VM or virtual machine scale set instance must be configured for serial output on ttys0. This is the default for Azure images, but you will want to double check this on custom images. Details below.

The serial console requires a local user with a configured password. VMs or virtual machine scale sets configured only with an SSH public key won't be able to sign in to the serial console. To create a local user with a password, use the VMAccess Extension, which is available in the portal by selecting Reset password in the Azure portal, and create a local user with a password.You can also reset the administrator password in your account by using GRUB to boot into single user mode.

For the serial console to function properly, the guest operating system must be configured to read and write console messages to the serial port. Most Endorsed Azure Linux distributions have the serial console configured by default. Selecting Serial console in the Help section of the Azure portal provides access to the serial console.

If you are not seeing anything in the serial console, make sure that boot diagnostics is enabled on your VM. Hitting Enter will often fix issues where nothing is showing up in the serial console.

To enable the serial console for your custom Linux VM image, enable console access in the file /etc/inittab to run a terminal on ttyS0. For example: S0:12345:respawn:/sbin/agetty -L 115200 console vt102. You may also need to spawn a getty on ttyS0. This can be done with systemctl start serial-getty@ttyS0.service.

You will also want to add ttys0 as the destination for serial output. For more information on configuring a custom image to work with the serial console, see the general system requirements at Create and upload a Linux VHD in Azure.

By default, all subscriptions have serial console access enabled. You can disable the serial console at either the subscription level or VM/virtual machine scale set level. For detailed instructions, visit Enable and disable the Azure Serial Console.

Access to the serial console is limited to users who have an access role of Virtual Machine Contributor or higher to the virtual machine. If your Azure Active Directory tenant requires multi-factor authentication (MFA), then access to the serial console will also need MFA because the serial console's access is through the Azure portal.

The Azure portal or Azure CLI act as remote terminals to the virtual machine serial port. As these terminals can't directly connect to the servers which host the virtual machine over the network, an intermediate service gateway is used to proxy the terminal traffic. Azure Serial Console doesn't store or process this customer data. The intermediate service gateway that transfers the data will reside in the geography of the virtual machine.

No access passwords for the console are logged. However, if commands run within the console contain or output passwords, secrets, user names, or any other form of personally identifiable information (PII), those will be written to the VM boot diagnostics logs. They will be written along with all other visible text as part of the implementation of the serial console's scroll back function. These logs are circular, and only individuals with read permissions to the diagnostics storage account have access to them. If you are inputting any data or commands that contain secrets or PII, we would recommend using SSH unless the serial console is absolutely necessary.

If a user is connected to the serial console and another user successfully requests access to that same virtual machine, the first user will be disconnected and the second user connected to the same session.

Use the Tab key on your keyboard to navigate to the serial console interface from the Azure portal. Your location will be highlighted on the screen. To leave the focus of the serial console window, press Ctrl+F6 on your keyboard.

The serial console has screen reader support built in. Navigating around with a screen reader turned on will allow the alt text for the currently selected button to be read aloud by the screen reader.

We're aware of some issues with the serial console and the VM's operating system. Here's a list of these issues and steps for mitigation for Linux VMs. These issues and mitigations apply to both VMs and virtual machine scale set instances. If these don't match the error you're seeing, see the common serial console service errors at Common Serial Console errors.

A. While this usage may seem technically possible, the serial console is intended to be used primarily as a troubleshooting tool in situations where connectivity via SSH isn't possible. We recommend against using the serial console as an SSH replacement for the following reasons:

A. To enable or disable the serial console at a subscription-wide level, you must have write permissions to the subscription. Roles that have write permission include administrator or owner roles. Custom roles can also have write permissions.

A. Yes. Because the serial console doesn't require SSH keys, you only need to set up a username/password combination. You can do so by selecting Reset password in the Azure portal and using those credentials to sign in to the serial console.

minicom is a serial communication program that connects to devices through a GNU/Linux PC's serial ports. If run by calling its name without any additional arguments, it uses whatever settings have been saved for its defaults in /etc/minicom/minirc.dfl. For those using Windows, PuTTY is a viable application to make such connections between a Windows PC and one of our EMAC devices. More information about PuTTY can be found at

The use of a terminal emulator, such as minicom, is required when connecting to an EMAC board via a serial console. This page sets out to provide general information about using minicom to communicate between EMAC machines and a development PC.

You will most likely wish to modify the Serial Device setting to have the path to the serial port you normally use. This way, you'll be able to run the command without any options or commands. Press the 'Esc' key to be be brought back to the configurations page.

This program is a very important tool for developers. The serial console is essential for working with the bootloader on ARM systems, since U-Boot cannot be accessed via ssh. Using the serial console, you will be able to configure the bootloader, to program new kernels via the bootloader, to program new filesystems, to make a copy of the filesystem on a board, and to perform memory checks using U-Boot. The serial console will also enable you to see startup and shutdown messages, to configure and debug the system when networking is not configured or is not working, and to debug the system when the machine is not booting up.


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