You are designing an Azure resource deployment that will use Azure Resource Manager templates. The deployment will use Azure Key Vault to store secrets.
You need to recommend a solution to meet the following requirements:
✑ Prevent the IT staff that will perform the deployment from retrieving the secrets directly from Key Vault.
✑ Use the principle of least privilege.
Which two actions should you recommend? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
A. Create a Key Vault access policy that allows all get key permissions, get secret permissions, and get certificate permissions.
B. From Access policies in Key Vault, enable access to the Azure Resource Manager for template deployment.
C. Create a Key Vault access policy that allows all list key permissions, list secret permissions, and list certificate permissions.
D. Assign the IT staff a custom role that includes the Microsoft.KeyVault/Vaults/Deploy/Action permission.
E. Assign the Key Vault Contributor role to the IT staff
Correct Answer: BD
B: To access a key vault during template deployment, set enabledForTemplateDeployment on the key vault to true.
D: The user who deploys the template must have the Microsoft.KeyVault/vaults/deploy/action permission for the scope of the resource group and key vault.
E: To grant access to a user to manage key vaults, you assign a predefined key vault Contributor role to the user at a specific scope.
If a user has Contributor permissions to a key vault management plane, the user can grant themselves access to the data plane by setting a Key Vault access policy. You should tightly control who has Contributor role access to your key vaults. Ensure that only authorized persons can access and manage your key vaults, keys, secrets, and certificates.