My coworker sometimes set up Azure Agent Backup, though he does not have azure portal login accont.
So when he set up Azure Agent Backup, I need to download the vault credential and pass it to him every time.
Because of this, my coworker cannot set up Azure Agent Backup when I cannot pass him a vault credential.
So I want to download a vault credential without login to Azure portal.2 votes
If a company has a single KeyVault which holds dev and production keys, as long as you access the keyvault through a valid access policy and key can be used (for the usages mentioned in the access policy).6 votes
currently when delegating permissions to secrets and keys to groups the group name is not published into the "displayname" attribute of the vault key. only the object ID exists. nightmare for role segregation mgmt.1 vote
You can currently backup / restore keys from Keyvault. it would be helpful to be able to provide backup/ restore functionality and roles for Secrets.
the current design assumption is these would also be stored within an on-prem password vault or documentation or equivalent. however operational best practice varies across companies as such a catch all should allow the backup and restore of secrets as you can with KEYS.2 votes
Provide access to the RNG under KeyVault15 votes
In Payment Industry, cryptographic keys that are used to encrypt PIN from credit/debit cards are TripleDES (sometimes with DUKPT) based. Currently, KeyVault only support RSA keys.
Please add support to it.75 votes
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