Show Azure Policy Definition parameters on a separate tab
In a lot of situations you are only interested in viewing initiative definitions and definition parameters, not editing them.
Showing definition parameters on a separate tab would save a lot of time.
It is possible to see the parameters now from the definition view. Thank you for your feedback.
-Azure Policy Team
We need this. There is no proper way to check which tag enforcement rule is not compliant if you have multiple of those defined in your initiative. Example:
I want to check if the following tags are present on all VMs in a subscription (and have a certain value). I can do this with a policy rule including parameters like this:
"field": "[concat('tags[', parameters('tagName'), ']')]",
This works fine, but in the portal there is currently no way to check which of the rules is non compliant if I define this rule multiple times and one of them triggers on a non compliant resource. This defeats the purpose of being able to use parameters in your rules in my opinion.
Lester W commented
This should work in the same way ARM template viewing/editing works -- for consistency of the user experience.