Support transfer even where Storage Network Security is enabled
In my testing the Data Share service seems to fail when trying to trigger a snapshot of a Dataset when the Storage Account at either end of the connection has Storage Network Security configured (even if 'Allow trusted Microsoft service' is enabled: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/azure/storage/common/storage-network-security#trusted-microsoft-services)
This is true of both the source (sending) and sink/target (receiving) end of a Data Share.
Perhaps Storage Accounts need a special additional exception to allow (specific?) Data Share accounts to connect to them directly?
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Azure Storage provides a layered security model. This model enables you to secure your storage accounts to a specific set of supported networks. When network rules are configured, only applications requesting data from over the specified set of networks can access a storage account.
An application that accesses a storage account when network rules are in effect requires proper authorization on the request. Authorization is supported with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) credentials for blobs and queues, with a valid account access key, or with an SAS token.
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Configure storage accounts to deny access to traffic from all networks (including internet traffic) by default.
Jie Feng commented
Storage accounts (both source and target) need to have public end point today.