Highlight "Azure" for "Using Windows PowerShell remoting" section of Getting Started doc
Side Note: Spinning up a Nano Server TP4 in Azure is showing an active "Connect" button for the VM in the Azure Portal UI, which would ordinarily download a useful RDP file. Since the server doesn't support RDP, this is useless and misleading. That button should be disabled for Nano Server Azure VM's.
Section: "Using Windows PowerShell remoting"
I recommend that you highlight that these are the steps that should be followed for someone trying to access an Azure Nano Server VM with local PowerShell only. It wasn't clear from the doc (and other docs online) that this is the most important set of steps to follow for someone spinning-up a stand-alone Azure VM, because mentions on accessing Nano Server are somewhat scattered (in this doc and elsewhere) and don't specifically say "Azure VM" in the section heading or in the text that follows.