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No, you can't. It will not propagate until is't properly registered (domain purchased, and NS configured).
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I'm answering my own question here in case it helps anyone else. Your hosting company should be able to provide you with the full name of your vps. It's probably visible somewhere in your control panel if you don't log direct into Plesk and is likely to be something like: 858442.vps-312.com or 8abc-arc.yourdomain.com Setting this to your full server ...
You need to get a Reserved IP address and assign it to your virtual machine. As far as I can tell, at the moment, setting this up requires you to use the Azure PowerShell cmdlets. I have never seen the option for it in the web portal. Microsoft documents this as follows: First, create a Reserved IP for your subscription. You can use the following ...
As of right now, this is not possible, but Google Domains has a 5-day return policy, and once returned the domain becomes immediately available to be bought again from other registrars. https://support.google.com/domains/answer/6000754 If this is a critical need, the domain can be returned and bought back from GoDaddy which does offer naked domain ...
The only difference in the DNS records is your TTL though that won't be causing the problem. Assuming that you've waited at least 48 hours for the DNS propagation then the likelihood is your caching, or your virtual host file. Many people assume that a ipconfig /flushdns or -flushcache on a Mac will correct any browser issues, while this can help its worth ...
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