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why my vm every time go to seenking mode?

why my vm every time go to seeking mode?

and also i am not able to delete the vnet in my subscription

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@Kunal-9697 Apologies for the delay in response and all the inconvenience caused because of the issue!!!

Can you help me understand when you say your VM is going in seeking mode what exactly is the behavior you are seeing?

Also when you are trying to delete VNet what exactly is the error you are getting?

Above information will help you me to assist you better :)

Thanks

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@Kunal-9697 Any update on the issue?

Please "Accept as Answer" if below response by @Taz-3478 helped so it can help others in community looking for help on similar topics.

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Taz-3478 answered Taz-3478 edited

Hello @Kunal-9697

You can try the below mentioned workaround.

  1. Create App Service Plan with the same name as the deleted one

  2. Create App Service with the same name as the deleted one

  3. Link App Service with the VNET subnet

  4. Disconnect VNet from App Service -> Networking -> VNet integration -> Disconnect

  5. Delete subnet


Thank you!

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