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How to copy managed disk to a private Storage account

Is there a way that I can copy or export a managed disk to a private storage account?

Can I create a copy of my managed disk?

[Note: As we migrate from MSDN, this question has been posted by an Azure Cloud Engineer as a frequently asked question.]

Source: Azure Docs FAQ




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  1. You can generate a read-only shared access signature (SAS) URI for the managed disk and use it to copy the contents to a private storage account or on-premises storage. You can use the SAS URI using the Azure portal, Azure PowerShell, the Azure CLI, or AzCopy


  2. You can take a snapshot of their managed disks and then use the snapshot to create another managed disk.

Source: Azure Docs FAQ




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