Security. Key Vault. Keys Namespace
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The properties needed to create an Elliptic Curve key using the KeyClient.
The key-specific properties needed to create a key using the KeyClient.
The properties needed to create an AES key using the KeyClient.
The properties needed to create an RSA key using the KeyClient.
Model factory that enables mocking for the Key Vault Cryptography library.
Represents a Key Vault key that has been deleted, allowing it to be recovered, if needed.
The properties needed to import a key.
The KeyClient provides synchronous and asynchronous methods to manage KeyVaultKey in the Azure Key Vault. The client supports creating, retrieving, updating, deleting, purging, backing up, restoring, and listing the KeyVaultKey. The client also supports listing DeletedKey for a soft-delete enabled Azure Key Vault.
Options that allow you to configure the requests sent to Key Vault.
Model factory that enables mocking for the Key Vault Keys library.
The policy rules under which the key can be exported.
An action and its trigger that will be performed by Key Vault over the lifetime of a key.
Management policy for a key in Key Vault.
A long-running operation for StartRecoverDeletedKey(String, CancellationToken) or StartRecoverDeletedKeyAsync(String, CancellationToken).
The key release result containing the released key.
Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) curve names.
The encryption algorithm used to protect the exported key material.
An operation that can be performed with the key.
The action that will be executed when key rotation is triggered.
JsonWebKey key types.
The versions of Azure Key Vault supported by this client library.