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@chanakanissanka in EPAC simply delete the definition file and the solution will remove it on the next deployment (see @Anthony_W answer above).
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@chanakanissanka - the default behavior is to remove any policies/assignments unless you use a -SuppressDelete switch when you run the build script. Ideally the project should be the source of truth for policies deployed. Note though it will only affect objects at the scope which is defined for each...
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@Anthony_W @Heinrich_Gantenbein Thanks and that makes sense. One thing to check here, what about the clean up part ? let's say I deployed something custom and wanna get rid of it at some point. current script seems to be only for the deployment . Do let me know if I'm missing anything here.
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@chanakanissanka agreed - really all Azure DevOps or GitHub do are run the scripts - no reason why you can't use any other CI/CD tool to do the same so long as all the prerequisites are on the runner.
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@chanakanissanka : While you can't use the details from EPAC, you can use the general approach, such as the diagram outlining the CI/CD flow. I think EPAC (EPAC is just a specialized form of IaC) is a very mature approach worth another look at adopting it.
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