Tags: Azure Virtual Network

Access to the path ‘D:\home\site\wwwroot\host.json’ is denied.

Azure Functions Benjamin Perkins

If you a receive a System.UnauthorizedAccessException with a message Access to the path ‘D:\home\site\wwwroot\host.json’ is denied, then it likely means you have a network configuration which is blocking access to the Azure Storage Account on which your Azure Function is hosted.  Perform the following to check and see if this could be the case. Check […]

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Access to the path is denied, Azure DevOps, Azure Deployment Center

Azure Functions Benjamin Perkins

I have been doing some testing with Azure Function deployments which requires me to break stuff.  That gets me into some real trouble sometimes when all I want is a deployment to work like normal.  Here are some other articles I wrote also while doing this. Azure DevOps Visual Studio 2022 add source code Missing […]

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Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies and Design Complete Study Guide: Exams AZ-303 and AZ-304

Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies and Design Complete Study Guide Exams AZ-303 and AZ-304 Benjamin Perkins

I would like to proudly announce the release and availability of my new Azure Solution Architect Complete Study Guide. The book contains over 700 pages of material relating to the skills and knowledge required to become a great Azure Solution Architect. The book is designed around the requirements for passing both the AZ-303 and AZ-304 […]

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VNET connection between Azure Function or App Service stops working – Service Association Links

Azure Benjamin Perkins

I have this Azure Function that is integrated with an Azure Virtual Network, using Regional integration as shown in Figure 1.  Where Regional VNET Integration is ARM based and the resources are located in the same Azure region.  The other type of VNET integration is uses the classic integration method or if you need to […]

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Create a VNET and access an Azure VM hosted within it from an App Services Web App

Azure Benjamin Perkins

There are 2 kinds of VNETs at the moment, they are VNETv1 (ASM), also referred to as ‘Classic virtual networks’ and VNETv2 (ARM), aka ‘Resource Manager virtual networks’. The binding between a VNETv1 and a Web App can be achieved within the AUX portal here, while the same needs to be performed using PowerShell for […]

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How to delete a VNET from the Azure portal

Azure Benjamin Perkins

After writing this article here “Create a VNET and access an Azure VM hosted within it from an App Services Web App” I wanted to then remove the resources because I was using them for testing and not for a real production, money generating project.  I also wrote this article here “Create and deploy an […]

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