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What causes Azure key vault to be unavailable?

What causes Azure key vault to be unavailable?

The firewall was configured for Azure Key Vault, but it doesn’t allow access to Microsoft services. An intermittent network error causes the key vault to be unavailable. The key was accidentally deleted, disabled or the key expired. The logical SQL Server instance AppId was accidentally deleted.

How long does it take to recover an azure key vault?

Once a secret, key, certificate, or key vault is deleted, it will remain recoverable for a configurable period of 7 to 90 calendar days. If no configuration is specified the default recovery period will be set to 90 days.

How can I retrieve a deleted key from keyvault?

Download a key from a KeyVault. Import a private key. List keys in the specified vault. Lists the deleted keys in the specified vault. Retrieves a list of individual key versions with the same key name. Permanently deletes the specified key. Recovers the deleted key to its latest version. Restores a backed up key to a vault.

How does AZ keyvault update key set attributes?

az keyvault key set-attributes. The update key operation changes specified attributes of a stored key and can be applied to any key type and key version stored in Azure Key Vault.

Do you have to recover a deleted Azure key vault?

Once purge protection is enabled, it cannot be disabled or overridden by anyone including Microsoft. This means you must recover a deleted key vault or wait for the retention period to elapse before reusing the key vault name. For more information about soft-delete, see Azure Key Vault soft-delete overview

How to restore an encrypted VM in azure?

This article talks about using Azure VM Backup to perform restore of encrypted Azure VMs, if your key and secret do not exist in the key vault. These steps can also be used if you want to maintain a separate copy of key (Key Encryption Key) and secret (BitLocker Encryption Key) for the restored VM.

How to back up a secret in azure?

1 Contributor-level or higher permissions on an Azure subscription. 2 A primary key vault that contains the secrets you want to back up. 3 A secondary key vault where secrets will be restored.

How to back up a certificate stored in azure?

Go to the Azure portal. Select your key vault. Go to the object (secret, key, or certificate) you want to back up. Select the object. Select Download Backup. Select Download. Store the encrypted blob in a secure location. Go to the Azure portal. Select your key vault. Go to the type of object (secret, key, or certificate) you want to restore.