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  1. Make it possible to list SAS tokens of a storage account in Azure CLI

    Make it possible to list SAS tokens of a storage account in Azure CLI. Currently, I can generate one and it spits out the generated token immediately. However, there seems to be no way to list/show/get the same token later using Azure CLI. I see it's possible in REST API but not in Azure CLI.

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  2. Add CLI Arguments to enable nfs_v3

    nfs 3.0 is currently in preview, but i can only find out how to enable it via the portal. we should have a way to enable this for the storage account via the CLI

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  3. Azure Cli commands for recursive ACLS

    Recursive ACL feature is now available for ADLS Gen2 account, looking forward to have CLI commands to set recursive ACL's

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  4. Allow Azure CLI to attach multiple disks to a VM at once

    This is identical to the GitHub feature request here:

    https://github.com/Azure/azure-cli/issues/15765

    Rather than requiring us to iterate over adding one disk at a time to a VM, allow the CLI to send the VM change containing all the disks to be added in a single API call.

    This will be very useful when speed is important.

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  5. create permission for larger files

    Users are unable to upload files via CLI that are larger than 100MiB with just create permissions. As this is an API limitation, it would be helpful to either increase the block size or to create a permission that allows users to create but not overwrite for larger files.

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