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You can apply tags to any type of resource on Azure.
Tags applied at a resource group level are propagated to resources within the resource group.
Which of the following features does not apply to resource groups?
Resources can be in only one resource group.
Resources can be moved from one resource group to another resource group.
Resource groups can be nested.
Role-based access control can be applied to the resource group.
Which of the following approaches might be a good usage of tags?
Using tags to associate a cost center with resources for internal chargeback
Using tags in conjunction with Azure Automation to schedule maintenance windows
Using tags to store environment and department association
All of the above are good ways to use tags
Which of the following approaches would be the most efficient way to ensure a naming convention was followed across your subscription?
Send out an email with the details of your naming conventions and hope it is followed
Create a policy with your naming requirements and assign it to the scope of your subscription
Give all other users except for yourself read-only access to the subscription. Have all requests to create resources sent to you so you can review the names being assigned to resources, and then create them.
Which of the following items would be good use of a resource lock?
An ExpressRoute circuit with connectivity back to your on-premises network
A non-production virtual machine used to test occasional application builds
A storage account used to temporarily store images processed in a development environment
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