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What's the difference between IAM and RBAC in Azure?

What's the difference between IAM and RBAC in Azure?

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In short, RBAC is the concept and IAM is the place where you apply RBAC i.e. granting access to the resource

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LeonLaude answered

Hi @wbpluto,

Azure role-based access control (Azure RBAC) is the authorization system you use to manage access to Azure resources.

Access control (IAM) is the page that you typically use to assign roles to grant access to Azure resources.

For more information, see:

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