Azure Management Groups

Azure Management Groups provide a way to efficiently manage access, policies, and compliance across an enterprise through a hierarchy made up of management groups and subscriptions. Using the Azure portal, PowerShell, CLI, or the Rest API, customers are able to build a flexible structure for unified policy and access management.

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  1. Add subscription request resource group

    When adding a new subscription to a directory that has resource groups enabled the new subscription wizard should ask if you want to add the subscription to an existing resource group or create a new one.

    Would even be nice if as an admin you can toggle an option in teh directory to require subscriptions be added to a management group.

    This just simplifys the management as currently we have to tell everyone to "remember" to do this and stuck cleaning up a mess when it is not done.

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  2. In Management Groups - Allow to view which sub belongs to a mg

    In Management Groups
    - Adding a subscription to a management group.

    Replace dropdown with a view so you can select multiple subscriptions and also see to which MG a subscription belongs.

    Also filter by MG group there and also view all subscriptions that does not belong to a MG currently.

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  3. Auto-Generate GUIDs for MGs

    If GUIDs for MGs could be auto-generated optional this would be a great user experience as currently having to provide your own GUID isn't the best experience.

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  4. New-AzManagementGroupSubscription should not move a sub that already is in a ManagementGroup

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    New-AzManagementGroupSubscription should not move a sub that already is in a ManagementGroup

    Steps to reproduce
    New-AzManagementGroupSubscription -SubscriptionId 12345-x-x-x -GroupName MyNewMG
    If sub 12345-x-x-x already exists under an MG, this should throw an error. This command makes it way to easy to break established hierarchy.

    Possibly there could be a parameter -FORCE that utilized current behavior.

    From: https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/issues/9158

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