Azure File storage SAS TOKEN

Ramya Harinarthini_MSFT 5,331 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
2020-05-11T06:25:14.897+00:00

I can upload files to ADLS Gen 2 blob storage with AzCopy through OAuth authorization, but I am unable to upload to file storage with the same. It is asking for SAS token. Please tell me the process of generating SAS token. Thanks.

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  1. ChiragMishra-MSFT 956 Reputation points
    2020-05-11T10:24:02.377+00:00

    Welcome to the Microsoft Q&A (Preview) platform.

    Happy to answer your query.

    You can generate the SAS token: Settings => Shared access signature => Select the options required and click on generate SAS and connection string and copy the SAS token.

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    To learn more about SAS tokens and how to obtain one, see Using shared access signatures (SAS).

    Use only the latest version of AzCopy (AzCopy v10):

    Option1: Use Azure AD

    Download a single file using OAuth authentication. Please use 'azcopy login' command first if you aren't logged in yet:

    azcopy cp "https://[account].blob.core.windows.net/[container]/[path/to/blob]" "/path/to/file.txt"   
    
     
    

    Upload a single file with a SAS:

    azcopy cp "/path/to/file.txt" https://[account].blob.core.windows.net/[container]/[path/toblob]?[SAS]   
    
     
    

    Option2: Use a SAS token

    You can append a SAS token to each source or destination URL that use in your AzCopy commands.

    This example command recursively copies data from a local directory to a blob container. A fictitious SAS token is appended to the end of the of the container URL.

    azcopy cp "C:\local\path" "https://account.blob.core.windows.net/mycontainer1/?sv=2018-03-28&ss=bjqt&srt=sco&sp=rwddgcup&se=2019-05-01T05:01:17Z&st=2019-04-30T21:01:17Z&spr=https&sig=MGCXiyEzbtttkr3ewJIh2AR8KrghSy1DGM9ovN734bQF4%3D" --recursive=true   
    
     
    

    Hope this helps.

    MSDN Source: Azure File storage SAS TOKEN

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