This question requires that you evaluate the UPPER-CASED text surrounded by *** to determine if it is correct.
You have an Azure virtual network named VNET1 in a resource group named RG1.
You assign an Azure policy specifying that virtual networks are not an allowed resource type in RG1. VNET1 *** IS DELETED AUTOMATICALLY ***.
Instructions: Review the UPPER-CASED text surrounded by ***. If it makes the statement correct, select "No change is needed". If the statement is incorrect, select the answer choice that makes the statement correct.
The journey of creating and implementing a policy in Azure Policy begins with creating a policy definition. Every policy definition has conditions under which it's enforced. And, it has a defined effect that takes place if the conditions are met.
In Azure Policy, we offer several built-in policies that are available by default. For example:
Allowed Resource Type: Defines the resource types that you can deploy. Its effect is to deny all resources that aren't part of this defined list.
Not allowed resource types: Prevents a list of resource types from being deployed.