Can not delete connected device to Vnet because it says "No access"

Jason Viloria 0 Reputation points

HI, I have a vnet that I was experementing with and I want to delete this vnet. It is connected to a load balancer which is costing me a lot and I can not delete it!! I just want to delete it so I don;t accrue charges.

This is the connected device:

lbi-prod-eastus-main-ept-4b70067ab09b49d1a3eb44b91d4a338f Load balancer snet-priv-endpoint-4

When I try to access this by clicking it, it says "NO Access". This is in vnet-priv-endpoint which is not empty since I have deleted everything else in that vnet.

I ran the troubleshooting and it says:


Resources are out-of-sync with Azure Resource Manager

We've discovered that resources related to this issue are out-of-sync with Azure Resource Manager. We have now synced them to resolve the issue. No additional actions are required on your part.

Recommended Steps

  1. Check the status of the resource and/or operation in 20 minutes to verify that your issue has been resolved.


But nothing changes and I am getting charged so much for something I can not delete. Help me please! I can't spend another month charged 140$ , thats way more than the budget I have for just learning Azure.

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Azure Virtual Network
An Azure networking service that is used to provision private networks and optionally to connect to on-premises datacenters.
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  1. KapilAnanth-MSFT 40,911 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Jason Viloria

    Welcome to the Microsoft Q&A Platform. Thank you for reaching out & I hope you are doing well.

    Can you specify what exactly is the resource you are trying to delete?

    Azure VNET is a free resource. It should not be charged.

    Some other resource is using the VNET, and you must delete the resource before deleting the VNET.

    From the naming convention, this looks like a PLS Service using the NAT from the subnet which you are unable to delete.

    • Make sure you have Owner / Contributor role to the subscription
    • Navigate to the "Private Link" from Global search and select "Private Link Services"
    • Check the NAT Subnet and if the PLS resource has the VNET/Subnet as the NAT, you must delete the PLS resource before attempting to delete the subnet.

    In case the above did not help, can you please share the exact error message you receive when trying to delete the subnet (not VNET).