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how to migrate a single vm from ASM to ARM?

I'm trying to migrate a single vm from ASM to an existing ARM. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/migration-classic-resource-manager-overview#migration-of-virtual-machines-in-a-virtual-network this micsoft doc eplains how to migrate everything from ASM to ARM but I need just one singe vm to be migrated to an existing ARM. Please guide me if someone knows. I'm very new to the cloud environment. Thank you

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All of the steps are listed here. In Step 6, is where the action happens. You need to first determine if your Classic VM is a Cloud Service (not in a VNET) or if it's in a VNET. If its a Cloud Service you must move it to a ARM VNET (Option 1 creates a new VNET for you, Option 2 lets you migrate to an existing VNET.

If your Classic VM is already in a VNET (Get-AzureService | ft Servicename will return an error). To migrate virtual machines in a virtual network, you migrate the virtual network. The virtual machines automatically migrate with the virtual network.

Please run all the validation commands before attempting a migration.


Bonus way is to take a classic VM and use the VHD to create a new VM that uses the Resource Manager deployment model and managed disks. For the best results, Stop the classic VM in the Azure portal before creating the snapshot.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/create-vm-specialized-portal

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