@Augusto Emanuelli Thanks for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A.
Can you confirm if AllowSharedKeyAccess is enabled or disabled?
When you disallow Shared Key authorization for a storage account, Azure Storage rejects all subsequent requests to that account that are authorized with the account access keys. Only secured requests that are authorized with Azure AD will succeed. For more information about using Azure AD, see Authorize access to data in Azure Storage.
Can you also confirm the access keys were not refreshed etc., by confirming they match with the keys in the Portal?
Do you also have one of the below roles assigned to you for access?
- The Azure Resource Manager Owner role
- The Azure Resource Manager Contributor role
- The Storage Account Contributor role
Please let me know. Regarding your question- "There is any way to set the Authorization header using the Microsoft.WindowsAzure.Storage tools? Because i was thinking into make the request via httpclient...."-
I am looking into this and will get back to you soon. Thank you!
@Augusto Emanuelli I am reaching out to see if you have any further questions. If so, please let us know and we will be glad to assist further. If the below answer was helpful, please make sure to Accept it as answer as it helps other members in the community. Thank you!