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The only solution was to delete the VM and recreate.  There are ways to clone the VM from the VHD that was used, but the original VM must be deleted. 

Strangely enough I had a running VM, then added an SSL cert to a separate Cloud Service via the portal, and that seemed to doom my VM.  It went into a stopped state, and when trying to start it received the error above.

Posted on Sunday, May 5, 2013 8:48 AM .NET | Back to top

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