Windows Virtual Desktop- Whitelisted Apps

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I have several applications that require a whitelisted IP. I am interested in Windows Virtual Desktop , would these apps still be accessible using WVD? If so, how do I make them accessible in a secure manner?
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Hi @RESurface 


You could deploy an Azure Firewall and use the IP of that for the whitelist, or alternatively use a NAT Gateway - There is a really great video on that subject here by Travis Robertd - Hope that helps!! 

In this video, we configure an Azure Network Address Translation (NAT) Gateway. A NAT Gateway provides a static source public IP or IP range for resources i... you can use the list here to whitelist more IPs. As Neil mentioned, you can use Azure Firewall also. WVD has a FQDN Tag - more in the URL given above.