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You have an Azure subscription that contains the resources in the following table.

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Name: VNet1,??????????????????Type: virtual network?????????Azure region: West US?????????Resource group: RG2

Name: VNet2,??????????????????Type: virtual network?????????Azure region: West US?????????Resource group: RG1

Name: VNet3,??????????????????Type: virtual network?????????Azure region: East US?????????Resource group: RG1

Name: NSG1,???????????????????Type: Network security group (NSG)Azure region: East US?????????Resource group: RG2

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To which subnets can you apply NSG1?

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All Azure resources are created in an Azure region and subscription. A resource can only be created in a virtual network that exists in the same region and subscription as the resource. You can however, connect virtual networks that exist in different subscriptions and regions. For more information, see connectivity. When deciding which region(s) to deploy resources in, consider where consumers of the resources are physically located:

Consumers of resources typically want the lowest network latency to their resources. To determine relative latencies between a specified location and Azure regions, see View relative latencies.

Do you have data residency, sovereignty, compliance, or resiliency requirements? If so, choosing the region that aligns to the requirements is critical.

Do you require resiliency across Azure Availability Zones within the same Azure region for the resources you deploy? You can deploy resources, such as virtual machines (VM) to different availability zones within the same virtual network. Not all Azure regions support availability zones however.

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