Noel Bundick

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    Noel Bundick commented  · 

    reference() works great for items that have an identity property. Unfortunately, AFAIK, there's nothing that represents the identity of the current user

    What I'd like to see is an identity property added to deployment() that contains the tenantId/objectId (and ideally username/appId) of the user or Service Principal that created the ARM deployment.

    This would not only solve for "I want to add myself to the Key Vault access policies", but also help enable other much-requested scenarios - like tagging resources with the user who created them

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