Use valid VNET names#
Operational Excellence · Virtual Network · 2020_06
Virtual Network (VNET) names should meet naming requirements.
When naming Azure resources, resource names must meet service requirements. The requirements for Virtual Network names are:
- Between 2 and 64 characters long.
- Alphanumerics, underscores, periods, and hyphens.
- Start with alphanumeric.
- End alphanumeric or underscore.
- VNET names must be unique within a resource group.
Consider using names that meet Virtual Network naming requirements. Additionally consider naming resources with a standard naming convention.
This rule does not check if Virtual Network names are unique.
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Last update: 2022-12-03