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Added ref to new IoTHub configuration features in docs

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olivierbloch committed Oct 30, 2016
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  1. +2 −2 Azure/WebSite/WebsitePublish.md
  2. +5 −1 Devices/{DeviceSetup.md → readme.md}
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- Go to [portal.azure.com](http://portal;.azure.com)
- Login using your Azure account credentials
- Find the resource group that was deployed for your ConnectTheDots solution when following the [instructions](../ARMTemplate/Readme.md).
- Find the resource group that was deployed for your ConnectTheDots solution when following the [instructions](../ARMTemplate/readme.md).
- Once you have selected the resource group:
1. Identify and select the Web App
1. Click on the **settings** button in the Web App blade
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1. Microsoft Azure subscription ([free trial subscription](http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/free-trial/) is sufficient)
1. Visual Studio – [Community Edition](http://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/download-visual-studio-vs)
1. Deploy the default dashboard Website a first time using the [ARM Template](../ARMTemplate/Readme.md).
1. Deploy the default dashboard Website a first time using the [ARM Template](../ARMTemplate/readme.md).
## Publish the Azure Website ##
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## Creating devices IDs for Azure IoT Hub ##
The ConnecttheDots project uses Azure IoT Hub to connect devices to the Cloud.
When [deploying the full solution using the ARM template](Azure/ARMTemplate/Readme.md) an Azure IoT Hub is deployed as part of your solution.
You can find connection information for managing the IoT Hub instance in the [Azure portal](http://portal.azure.com). Search for the Resource Group with the name you used for the solution when deploying the services using the script.
The ConnectTheDots website allows you to manage your IoT Hub (Create/Delete devices, get conneciton strings) directly from the site. But for security reasons, there is a configuration step described in the [service deployment instructions](../Azure/ARMTemplate/readme.md#enable-iothub-management).
If you have enabled this feature, then you can manage the devices directly from your ConnectTheDots website.
If you have not enabled the feature, then , you can find connection information for managing the IoT Hub instance in the [Azure portal](http://portal.azure.com). Search for the Resource Group with the name you used for the solution when deploying the services using the script.
For each of the devices that you want to connect to your ConnectTheDots solution, you will need to create a new device ID.
You will find all the instructions to create device IDs and retrieve connection strings [here](https://github.com/Azure/azure-iot-sdks/blob/master/doc/manage_iot_hub.md).
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@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ In order to reproduce one of the ConnectTheDots.io scenarios, you will need the
To get started with ConnectTheDots, you will beed to go through the following basic steps:
1. [Deploying services](Azure/ARMTemplate/Readme.md): this is easily done using the automated deployment script.
2. [Setup devices](Devices/DeviceSetup.md): follow these instructions to provision devices in the IoT Hub and modify and deploy code sample
2. [Setup devices](Devices/readme.md): follow these instructions to provision devices in the IoT Hub and modify and deploy code sample
## Available Devices ##
For a full list of devices and code samples check out the ever growing list of [supported gateways and sensors](SupportedDevices.md).

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