We would like more specifics on this scenario. How would you user to self identify for MFA?
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This is still on our backlog for review, this did not make it into update 2. We will continue to review this for Azure App Service on Azure Stack.
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The feedback is well received. Azure Storage team is working on the feature for this scenario. It’s estimated to ship in H1 2020.
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Now that the ARM templates for Storage Accounts allow setting the access level for blob containers, an Azure Policy can (and should) be created to allow organizations to enforce the 'Public access level'. This would allow a group to enforce that all blob containers have to be 'Private', preventing an accidental data breach from occurring.
There is a GitHub request for this feature as well: