when transferring a azure subscription to a different AAD tenant, did it affected by azure vm and disk?

nimi 91 Reputation points

when transferring a azure subscription to a different AAD tenant, did it impact the following services?

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If these resources are impacted then how we can recover it. What can be the reason for its impact

  1. Virtual machine
  2. Disk which is not encrypted
  3. Disk which is encrypted
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  1. deherman-MSFT 35,556 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    I understand you are wanting to know the impact on your VM and disks when transferring an Azure Subscription to a different AAD tenant.

    The steps of how to transfer and the impact is highlighted on the Transfer an Azure subscription to a different Azure AD directory page. For VMs you will need to update system-assigned managed identities and update user-assigned managed identities as well as any additional security things those VMs rely on like kevault or access credentials.

    If you are using Disk Encryption Sets to encrypt Managed Disks with customer-managed keys, you must disable and re-enable the system-assigned identities associated with Disk Encryption Sets. And you must re-create the role assignments i.e. again grant required permissions to Disk Encryption Sets in the Key Vaults.

    Please see the above mentioned article and let me know if you have further questions or run into issues.


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