Hello, @vitaly simonovich !
We received your feedback and want to make sure that your question has been answered. I checked in with the Azure Lab Services team and to address your lab requirements within Azure Lab Services the recommendation is to use nested virtualization (likely with Windows 11 as the host and Kali Linux as the target). Please be sure to accept the answer to let us know that your question has been addressed.
How do I set up a lab with access to multiple VM types? What about ethical hacking scenarios?
For scenarios that involve ethical hacking, students will need access to tools as well as target machines. The recommendation for this is to use a host machine configured with nested virtualization. In this example, the lab is configured with a medium Nested Virtualization Windows 11 VM that has both a Kali Linux image and a Metasploitable image:
If that doesn't meet your needs, you can also set up advanced networking which allows you to control the network for labs created using lab plans (most often used for connecting to licensing servers or hub-spoke networking):
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