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You have an app named App1 that is installed on two Azure virtual machines named VM1 and VM2. Connections to App1 are managed by using an Azure Load Balancer.

The effective network security configurations for VM2 are shown in the following exhibit.

You discover that connections to App1 from 131.107.100.50 over TCP port 443 fail. You verify that the Load Balancer rules are configured correctly.

You need to ensure that connections to App1 can be established successfully from 131.107.100.50 over TCP port 443.

Solution: You modify the priority of the Allow_131.107.100.50 inbound security rule.

Does this meet the goal?

  • A . Yes
  • B . No

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Suggested Answer: B

Explanation:

The rule currently has the highest priority.

Reference:

https://fastreroute.com/azure-network-security-groups-explained/

Allow_131.107.100.50 rule already has the highest priority.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-network/network-security-groups-overview

   
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