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  • az-104 set 3. Azure Policy allow/deny virtual network

  • Kiryl T

    Member
    June 2, 2024 at 5:40 pm

    The question defines policies:

    Allowed resource types – “virtual network” for TD-Management-Group20

    Not allowed resource types – “virtual network” for tenant root group

    One of the question is “You can create a virtual machine in TD-Subscription2”

    There is no policy that restricts virtual machine creation but correct answer that VM creation is not allowed – “Tenant Root Group has a Deny policy”.

    Looks like a typo somewhere and question should ask regarding virtual network not VM.

  • Irene-TutorialsDojo

    Administrator
    June 5, 2024 at 9:46 am

    Hi Kiryl T,

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The statement that says, “You can create a virtual machine in TD-Subscription2,” is indeed incorrect. The Tenant Root Group has a Deny policy that restricts the creation of virtual networks, and since virtual machines require a virtual network to be deployed, this Deny policy also prevents the creation of virtual machines in TD-Subscription2.

    To accurately address the scenario, it should clarify that the policy restricts the creation of virtual networks. Therefore, if a virtual network cannot be created due to the Deny policy, a virtual machine can also not be deployed. The assigned policy needs to be adjusted or removed to enable the creation of a virtual machine.

    I hope this clarifies your question.

    Cheers,

    Irene @Tutorials Dojo

    • Kiryl T

      Member
      June 5, 2024 at 5:27 pm

      Hi Irene,

      Thanks a lot for clarification. I probably missed some details of the clarifications for this question. I double checked it once again and everything is clear now!

      It was a bit tricky question for me. Thanks a lot for your time and for the detailed explanation.

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