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    Thank you for the suggestion, we’ll consider adding this sort option. The current UI in Portal provides you with tabs to see the security rules applied on the Subnet and the NIC, as well as the default rules.

    Note, the rule processing order you provided only applies for inbound traffic. From https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-network/virtual-networks-nsg :

    Inbound traffic

    1. NSG applied to subnet: If a subnet NSG has a matching rule to deny traffic, the packet will be dropped.

    2. NSG applied to NIC (Resource Manager) or VM (classic): If VM\NIC NSG has a matching rule to deny traffic, packet will be dropped at VM\NIC, although subnet NSG has a matching rule to allow traffic.

    Outbound traffic

    1. NSG applied to NIC (Resource Manager) or VM (classic): If VM\NIC NSG has a matching rule to deny traffic, the packet will be dropped.

    2. NSG applied to subnet: If…

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