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Microsoft Azure: Understanding Shared Access Signatures (Petri IT)

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In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll explain how Shared Access Signatures (SAS) can be used to grant access to objects in storage without revealing the storage account key.

Azure storage accounts come in two flavors: standard accounts, which provide access to Azure Storage services such as tables, queues, files, blobs, and disks; and blob storage accounts, which are optimized for blob storage. But whichever account type you choose, a master key is used to grant administrative access. For more information on Azure Storage, see Deploying a Microsoft Azure Storage Account on the Petri IT Knowledgebase.