If you are working with policies, and have existing parameters and rules file from working with CLI / PowerShell, then you cannot copy and paste the JSON into the policyRule and parameters properties in Microsoft.Authorization/oplicyDefinitions. It will error.
I suggest adding evaluatePolicyRule and evaluateParameters booleans, both defaulting to false. Also an evaluate boolean that sets both of the above, also defaulting to false.
The tags.initiative.json shows my workaround, but it is very ugly. The tags.initiative.2.json file shows how I think it could and should look.2 votes
When getting policy state it only returns non-compliant objects. If the results returned all objects it would be easier to get an overview of compliance status for the environment.2 votes
In the portal, I cannot easily navigate between policy definitions and assignments. Examples:
-From a policy definition, show me all assignments of this definition
-From a policy assignment, show me the definition1 vote
Currently if we want to enforce the policy to copy the RG tags to the child resources is possible but it is not possible to copy the Rg tags to the existing resources. It would be good to have it.1 vote
Provide more samples for VM Guest Configuration. Currently there is only 11 vote
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