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Microsoft Exam AZ-800 Topic 3 Question 37 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's AZ-800 exam
Question #: 37
Topic #: 3
[All AZ-800 Questions]

You have an Azure virtual machine named VM1 that runs Windows Server.

You need to ensure that administrators request access to VM1 before establishing a Remote Desktop connection.

What should you configure?

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Suggested Answer: B

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Brock
2 months ago
Haha, can you imagine trying to set up Azure Front Door just to control access to one VM? That would be like using a bazooka to kill a fly. Definitely go with the NSG on this one.
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Delisa
1 months ago
NSG is the appropriate solution for this scenario.
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Graciela
1 months ago
Definitely don't need Azure Front Door for this task.
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Rueben
1 months ago
NSG is the simpler choice for controlling access to VM1.
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Myong
2 months ago
Using Azure Front Door for this would be too complicated.
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Louisa
2 months ago
I think NSG is the most straightforward option here.
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Frank
2 months ago
Azure Front Door seems like overkill for just one VM.
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Burma
2 months ago
Yeah, I agree. NSG is definitely the way to go for this.
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Iluminada
2 months ago
You know, I was leaning towards the Privileged Identity Management option, but now that I think about it, that's probably overkill for a single VM. The NSG is a more straightforward solution that gets the job done.
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Rikki
2 months ago
I agree, an NSG sounds like the most logical choice here. It gives you that extra layer of security and control over who can access the VM. The other options don't really seem to fit the requirement of requiring approval before a Remote Desktop connection.
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Kimberely
2 months ago
Hmm, this question seems a bit tricky. I'm not too familiar with Azure Front Door or Privileged Identity Management, but I think the answer might be a network security group (NSG). That would allow us to control access to the VM and require admin approval before a connection is established.
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