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Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature backlog. Since this request came out of an escalation, I’ve engaged the feature owner to take a look and suggest next best step to validate and resolve the reported bug.Mohamed supported this idea ·
Hi Mohamed! You can validate a client certificate using context.Request.Certificate.Verify() which will check both its validity a revocation list. Does this address your scenario?
An error occurred while saving the commentMohamed commented
If I have my own CA certs how to verify it against that.
While we don’t have a feature for you to alert on recordset level changes per se, we recently announced Azure DNS metrics monitoring/alerting via Azure Monitor Service. This lets you monitor and alert on the count of RecordSets for your DNS zone.