Fixed IP address and firewalling rules.

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In our current infrastructure, we are allocating 1 VM per technical employee.

These VMs are hosted in Amazon.

We are authorizing these IP addresses (and only these IP addresses) in the firewall rules of our SQL instances in Azure.

 

If we switch to Windows 365, can we achieve the same?

Our goal is to force MFA for logging to the VM and only these VMS would be able to access specific resources (filtering by IP addresses).

 

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