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AZ-500: Understanding Azure Monitor Alert Rules: When Will Admin Actions Trigger Alerts?

Learn how Azure Monitor alert rules are triggered by admin actions. Explore specific scenarios and gain insights into which rules respond to actions like adding virtual networks and locks in your Azure environment.


You have an Azure subscription that contains a user named Admin1 and a resource group named RG1.
In Azure Monitor, you create the alert rules shown in the following table.

Name Resource Condition
Rule1 RG1 All security operations
Rule2 RG1 All administrative operations
Rule3 Azure subscription All security operations by Admin1
Rule4 Azure subscription All administrative operations by Admin1

Admin1 performs the following actions on RG1:

  • Adds a virtual network named VNET1
  • Adds a Delete lock named Lock1

Which rules will trigger an alert as a result of the actions of Admin1? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

Adding VNET1:

  • Rule2 only
  • Rule4 only
  • Rule2 and Rule4 only
  • Rule3 and Rule4 only
  • Rule1, Rule2, Rule3, and Rule4

Adding Lock1:

  • Rule2 only
  • Rule4 only
  • Rule2 and Rule4 only
  • Rule3 and Rule4 only
  • Rule1, Rule2, Rule3, and Rule4


Adding VNET1: Rule2 and Rule4 only
Adding Lock1: Rule2 and Rule4 only

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