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Types of Resource Locks

Shared vs. Exclusive Locks

In Azure, shared locks, or read-only locks, allow authorized users An Azure Resource can have Multiple Delete Locks to view a resource but prevent modifications. Exclusive locks restrict all types of operations on the resource, ensuring complete protection against any changes.

Read-Only Locks

Read-only locks are commonly used to prevent accidental alterations. They enable viewing but prohibit modifications to the resource.

Delete Locks

Delete locks play a critical role in preventing accidental deletions. Azure resources support multiple delete locks, ensuring an additional layer of security.

Importance of Delete Locks

Delete locks offer a failsafe against unintentional removal of An Azure Resource can have Multiple Delete Locks. Having multiple delete locks adds further assurance and control, minimizing the risk of inadvertent data loss or service disruptions.


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