hot to use portal of Azure Blob Storage to create Shared Access Signatures and use Stored Access Policies?

Omer Anisfeld 6 Reputation points
2021-05-13T08:09:56.88+00:00

hot to use the portal (no API) of Azure Blob Storage to create Shared Access Signatures and use Stored Access Policies?
i found this tutorial https://www.red-gate.com/simple-talk/cloud/platform-as-a-service/azure-blob-storage-part-9-shared-access-signatures/ but it requires API and i want to do it from the portal UI

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  1. Sumarigo-MSFT 42,761 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2021-05-13T14:25:33.297+00:00

    @Omer Anisfeld Welcome to Microsoft Q&A Forum, Thank you for posting your query here!

    Changing the permission on existing SAS through portal or manually, which will lead you to generate a new SAS token or SAS URL, old SAS token won't work(If a SAS provided to a client application expires and the application is unable to retrieve a new SAS from your service, then the application's functionality may be hindered.)

    Then you need to generate a New SAS token to the client or application or Storage account to work /access.

    If I understand correctly , You have created a Stored access policy for the azure blob container and you need to generate SAS for that Stored access policy to the container am I Correct, If not please correct me?

    If so , you can generate through SAS token for stored access policy using Storage Explorer tool.
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    Hope this helps!

    Kindly let us know if the above helps or you need further assistance on this issue.

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  2. SUNOJ KUMAR YELURU 13,866 Reputation points MVP
    2021-05-13T10:16:49.85+00:00

    Hi @Omer Anisfeld

    Create a shared access signature (SAS) using a stored access policy in Azure Portal, This feature is not there yet available.
    It is already answered referred to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/49183736/how-to-create-a-shared-access-signature-with-a-stored-access-policy-for-an-azure

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