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    24 comments  ·  Azure Functions » Feature  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Filipe Ines commented  · 

    When we use Vnet Integration in the Azure Functions and a keyVault with firewall enabled for the Azure Function Vnet, the following behaviour happens:

    In the azure portal, Azure Function/configuration/application settings, if we try to create a new entry with a reference to a keyvault secret it will give an error, "Key Vault reference was not able to be resolved because site was denied access to Key Vault", on the other way, inside the function code, we can access the keyvault secret using the following statement or similar:
    var secretValue = await KeyVault.GetSecret(System.Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable("KeyVaultUrl"), "s30cosmosdbhs1-URL");

    We would appreciate, that it must be possible to access keyvault, from the configuration of the app setting as it is possible from the code inside a function

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    22 comments  ·  Automation » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Filipe Ines commented  · 

    very important to have it !!!
    for example to add administrators to a DevOps project, it's only possible with az cli commands being called from powershell, ex:

    Function ArmDeployAddProjectAdminsDevOps(){
    [CmdletBinding()]

    Param(
    [string]$organization,
    [string]$idProjName
    )

    $myOrgUrl = "https://dev.azure.com/$($organization)/"

    write-output $devOpsToken | az devops login --organization $myOrgUrl

    $groups = az devops security group list --org $myOrgUrl --project $idProjName | ConvertFrom-Json
    $adminGroup = $groups.graphGroups| Where-Object {$_.DisplayName -eq "Project Administrators"}

    foreach ($newAdmin in $myAdminList)
    {
    $user = az devops user show --user $newAdmin --organization $myOrgUrl | ConvertFrom-Json
    az devops security group membership add --group-id $adminGroup.Descriptor --member-id $user.user.descriptor --org $myOrgUrl
    }
    }

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