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StableBit CloudDrive
A secure virtual hard drive, powered by the cloud.

Microsoft Azure Storage

(Build 1051)

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StableBit CloudDrive uses Blob Storage to store cloud drive data in Microsoft Azure.

Please provide any payment information to the storage provider, we do not charge you anything extra for storage when you use StableBit CloudDrive.

If you're having trouble connecting to this storage provider, check their service status page to see if they are experiencing issues.

See: Storage Provider Service Status


To connect to Microsoft Azure Storage:

  • Open

  • Sign in with your Microsoft account, or create a new one.

  • Click New.

  • Select Storage > and Storage account - blob, file, table, queue.

  • (optional) If you don't already have a Microsoft Azure subscription, you will be asked at this point to sign up.

  • You will be asked to enter some information about your new storage account.

    If you're not sure what to enter here, at a minimum you will need to enter a Name and a Resource group name, while leaving the other options at their defaults.

    However, it is highly recommended to read the Microsoft documentation on these settings, as they can affect the cost, reliability, and accessibility of your data.

  • Once you're done, click Create.

    It may take a few minutes to deploy your storage account.

  • After your new storage account is deployed, you will need to get its access key.

    Click on Resource groups.

  • Click on the resource group that you've just created.

  • Click on the new storage account.

  • Click on Access keys.

  • Copy the storage account name and the secret key.

    You can use any one of the keys provided.

  • Click Connect... in StableBit CloudDrive.

  • Enter the previously copied information from the Microsoft Azure portal and click Save.