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Presently this feature or scenario isn't supported. Our storage account is already encrypted at the backend.
Azure Storage encryption is enabled for all storage accounts, including both Resource Manager and classic storage accounts. Azure Storage encryption cannot be disabled. Because your data is secured by default, you don't need to modify your code or applications to take advantage of Azure Storage encryption.
Data at rest in Azure Blob storage and Azure file shares can be encrypted in both server-side and client-side scenarios.
Azure Storage Service Encryption (SSE) can automatically encrypt data before it is stored, and it automatically decrypts the data when you retrieve it. The process is completely transparent to users. Storage Service Encryption uses 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption, which is one of the strongest block ciphers available. AES handles encryption, decryption, and key management transparently.
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