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MC589752 – Action Required: Allow list Azure Front Door service tags (archived)

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check before: 2023-06-16

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Office 365 general

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Online, World tenant

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We are updating the recommendation for controlling access to Power Platform URLs and IP address ranges. Our current guidance is to configure your allow-lists using the “AzureCloud” service tag in the Azure IP Ranges and Service Tags JSON files. If you have created a customized implementation of allow-list entries, you will need to update your allow-list to avoid disruption of service.

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Created:
2023-06-16

updated:
2023-07-15

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2023-07-15MC MessagesWe are updating the recommendation for controlling access to Power Platform URLs and IP address ranges. Our current guidance is to configure your allow-lists using the “AzureCloud” service tag in the Azure IP Ranges and Service Tags JSON files. If you have created a customized implementation of allow-list entries, you will need to update your allow-list to avoid disruption of service.

New Service Tag:

AzureFrontDoor.Frontend
[When this will happen:]
We will begin using the IP address ranges included in the new Service Tag starting June 16th, 2023 and rolling it out globally according to our safe deployment process.

This change is applicable to all customers in the Public and Government cloud offerings.

[What action do I need to take?]
Please update your allow-lists to include either the AzureCloud service tag, or add the AzureFrontDoor.Frontend service tag to existing rule sets to prevent potential disruption of service.

If you require further assistance, please contact Microsoft Support.
We are updating the recommendation for controlling access to Power Platform URLs and IP address ranges. Our current guidance is to configure your allow-lists using the “AzureCloud” service tag in the Azure IP Ranges and Service Tags JSON files. If you have created a customized implementation of allow-list entries, you will need to update your allow-list to avoid disruption of service.
2023-07-15MC How Affectlease update your allow-lists to include either the AzureCloud service tag, or add the AzureFrontDoor.Frontend service tag to existing rule sets to prevent potential disruption of service.

If you require further assistance, please contact Microsoft Support.

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