This is something that could be accomplished more easily now that we have the Az.Blueprint powershell module, but as of now there is no first class support for something like this you are right.
It's something that we would like to enable, but can't give an ETA atm.
Hi, to clarify are you looking to auto-remediate existing resources by default at the time of assigning the policy? Policy already auto-remediates for newly created or updated resources.
We support this in the API, but not in the UI yet. I'm going to change the title of this to "Support blueprint parameter in the UI"
Hi - can you add some more detail about what you are looking to get out of this feature? Today you can create a Blueprint that only deploys resources to a single resource group. So even though the blueprint gets assigned to the subscription, it is effectively a resource group blueprint. You can assign this "pseudo-RG" blueprint to the subscription as many times as you'd like to stamp out multiple RGs in a single shared subscription.
Hi Raj - this is something we will definitely be doing. I can't provide an ETA atm, but this is a really important feature for us
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