Allow Azure Resource Move for Virtual Machines with Managed Disks
The idea is simple. Please allow Azure Resource Move for Virtual Machines with Managed Disks attached.
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Ian Morgan commented
The previously linked suggestion (20379040) is about moving to another subscription. In this case, I only care about moving (managed disks) to another resource group within the SAME subscription, so this may be less work to implement safely.
While we can, technically, make a copy of the managed disk and re-create the VM in the proper resource group, attach the copied disk, etc etc.. what a pain in the neck, and only possible via PowerShell, not the portal.
Corey McClain commented
Junwei Huang (MVP) commented
Vote! This is very important! It's hard to imagine that a cloud resource is not able to move due to a software limit.