Cannot change "relative path and file name" file

Category: azure connectivity

Question

Pauli3k on Tue, 29 Jul 2014 22:23:05


Hi,

I cannot change the value in the "relative path and file name" field.  I have tried many valid file names and every time it fails with "Could not save the configuration for Traffic Manager profile 'ilink'."

I have tried disabling the endpoint I have tried Disabling the Profile.

Is this possible?

Thanks for your help,

Paul C

Replies

Will Shao on Wed, 30 Jul 2014 05:54:22


Hi,

It is strange. Would you like to create a new TM profile to set the "Relative path and file name". I suggest you could try to create a new one and set this value. And base on my experience, whatever the status of Azure TM profiles, we always could set them "Relative path and file name" . Please try to create a new one and test it.

Any update, please let me know free.

Regards,

Will


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Jonathan Tuliani on Wed, 30 Jul 2014 06:58:17


Hi Paul,

It should be possible to change the monitoring path at any time.  The monitoring path must follow these validation rules.

As Will suggested, please try your configuration using a new Traffic Manager profile.  if that works, then please raise a ticket with Support to investigate why your original profile can't be updated.  If a new profile doesn't work, it seems your settings may be failing the validation rules in some way.

Regards,

Jonathan Tuliani

Lead Program Manager

Azure Networking - DNS and Traffic Manager

Pauli3k on Fri, 08 Aug 2014 06:53:19


I had to delete the EndPoint and recreate it in the end. 

There was nothing wrong with the configuration - it just wouldn't allow a change.