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Question 52

You plan to move an Azure virtual machine (VM) to another region by using Azure Site Recovery (ASR). You are not a subscription administrator.

You need permissions to do the following:

* Create a VM in an Azure resource group.

* Perform ASR operations.

Which roles provide the required permissions? Select two.

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You should have the Virtual Machine Contributor role to create a VM in an Azure resource group. This role allows you to manage VMs. It does not allow access to the VM.

You should not use the Virtual Administrator Login role to create a VM in an Azure resource group. This role allows you to view virtual machines in the portal and log in as administrator.

You should not use the Virtual Machine User Login role to create a VM in an Azure resource group. This role allows you to view VMs in the portal and log in as a regular user.

You should have the Site Recovery Contributor role to perform ASR operations. This role has all permissions required to manage ASR operations in a Recovery Services vault. This role is intended for disaster recovery administrators who can enable and manage disaster recovery for applications or entire organizations.

You should not use the Site Recovery Operator role to perform ASR operations. This role has permissions to execute and manage Failover and Failback operations. This role is intended for disaster recovery operators who can failover VMs or applications when instructed by application owners and IT administrators.

You should not use the Site Recovery Reader role to perform ASR operations. This role has permissions to view all Site Recovery management operations. It is intended for IT monitoring executives who can monitor the current state of protection and raise support tickets if required.

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