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Is there an Azure built-in role that can start/stop/restart virtual machines?

I seen how to do it by creating a custom role:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/23668154/allow-users-to-start-stop-particular-azure-vms/49925159

Isn't there built-in role to do this?

Or can you directly assign a user such permissions on a VM without creating a role?

Thanks in advance!

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Thanks for confirming that the issue is resolved.

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PaulNerie-9756 answered

Found it, it's 'Virtual Machine Contributor' role.

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BIRENDRA answered PaulNerie-9756 commented

Hi There,

Adding Azure AD users in RBAC of VM and assigning them Virtual Machine Contributor role can help on that

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Thank you BIRENDRA. I figured it out earlier.

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