Windows Virtual Desktop- Whitelisted Apps

Copper Contributor
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 in an Azure VNet. It can be used for controlling the source IP for sites that may restrict access by a whitelist, or as an exclusion in MFA ... 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.