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What is the NetworkWatcherRG?

What is the NetworkWatcherRG? Can I manage the Network Watcher Resource?

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


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Mike-Ubezzi answered

Network Watcher resources are located in the hidden NetworkWatcherRG resource group which is created automatically. For example, the NSG Flow Logs resource is a child resource of Network Watcher and is enabled in the NetworkWatcherRG.

The Network Watcher resource represents the backend service for Network Watcher and is fully managed by Azure. Customers do no need to manage it. Operations like move are not supported on the resource. However, the resource can be deleted.

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KrunoslavGalojlic-7575 answered

Plain and simple. Thank you

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AndreiKazakou-6380 answered AndreiKazakou-6380 commented

What about managing this group? If I have policies that required assigning some tags to all resource groups - a creation of that resource group will be declined. Can I create that resource group manually and assign tags? Will it be used for the next deployments?

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@AndreiKazakou-6380 Yes, that should work without issue. You can add any tags, as long as the name & region exist, it will use that resource group.

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