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Update 10-publish-and-deploy.md (#257)

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......@@ -59,17 +59,16 @@ You can create a signing certificate using an existing key vault, or create a ne
To create a new key vault:
- Sign in to the Azure portal at https://portal.azure.com.
- From the Azure portal menu, or from the Home page, select **Create a resource**.
- In the Search box, enter **Key Vault**.
- From the results list, choose **Key Vault**.
- On the Key Vault section, choose **Create**.
- From the results list, choose **Key vaults**.
- On the Key Vault section, choose **Add**.
- On the **Create key vault** section, provide the following information:
- **Name**: A unique name is required.
- **Subscription**: Choose your subscription.
- **Resource Group**: Choose the resource group for your key vault.
- In the **Location** pull-down menu, choose a location.
- **Resource group**: Choose the resource group for your key vault.
- **Key vault name**: A unique name is required.
- In the **Region** pull-down menu, choose a location.
- Leave the other options to their defaults.
- After providing the information above, select **Create**.
- After providing the information above, select **Review + create** to create your key vault.
Browse to your key vault in the Azure portal and select **Certificates**. Select **Generate/Import** to create a new certificate.
......@@ -95,7 +94,7 @@ Select **Configuration** in the left nav for the app service. Add the `WEBSITE_L
![Load certificates setting](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/1874516/78463547-e8b99280-7692-11ea-9d02-394b20c653cd.png)
Now update **appsettings.json* in the server project configure the app to use the certificate in production.
Now update **appsettings.json** in the server project configure the app to use the certificate in production.
```json
"IdentityServer": {
......@@ -121,4 +120,4 @@ Publishing the app may take a few minutes. Once the app has finished deploying i
Congrats!
Once your done showing off your completed Blazor app to your friend, be sure to clean up any Azure resources that you no longer wish to maintain.
Once your done showing off your completed Blazor app to your friends, be sure to clean up any Azure resources that you no longer wish to maintain.
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