Ensuring Compliance with Azure Policies

Ensuring Compliance with Azure Policies

After this you will know how to create two common Azure objects, with a notation representing an auditable value. Then deploy a policy to report on that value before finally generating a report confirming the compliancy status.

CREATE TWO VIRTUAL NETWORKS

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Create the first virtual network

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Create a second virtual network

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CREATE A TAG FOR EACH FOR EACH VIRTUAL NETWORK

Add a tag to PolicyVnet1

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Add a tag to PolicyVnet2

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CREATE A POLICY

Search for "Policy" in Azure Portal and go to the Policy Center.

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Click on "Policy definition" and select "Require tag and its value"

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Type Tag "Audit" and Value "Yes"

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Now back on the "Compliance" you will see that new policy

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After 15 minutes
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