You manage a Windows Server 2016 virtual machine (VM) named VM1.
You need to configure an additional public IPv4 address for VM1.
Solution: From the network interface's IP configurations blade, you click Add.
Does this solution meet the goal?
This solution meets the goal. You configure IP addresses for Azure VMs by modifying the IP configuration(s) of one or more associated virtual network interfaces. Each network interface has a single IP configuration, but you can include additional configurations with additional public and private IP addresses if the VM has more complex virtual network addressing or routing requirements. Azure allows both Windows Server and Linux VMs to have more than one virtual network card and therefore reside on multiple subnets within the same virtual network.