Microsoft Azure Websites supports the Role-Based Access Control feature and allowing you to have much greater control over whom you allow access to your resources and what level of access each person has.
Five levels of Role
- Owner R ole – Has full admin access to the site and can perform all operations.
- Contributor R ole – Can deploy code, start/stop the site, swap deployments, delete the site, etc. Cannot change pricing plan or perform some other admin functions.
- Reader Role – Can view the website in the portal, but cannot make any changes to it.
- User Access Administrator – Can manage user access to Azure resources .
- Website Contributor – Can manage websites, but not the web plans to which they are connected .
You can see my previous articles for creating Azure Website:
Now let’s get started with the following steps:
Add Azure Managing User Access Control to Azure Websites
Sign in to the online Microsoft Azure Portal . Then In your web app’s blade in the Portal, click Settings > User, and click to Add Button.
Then select the role that you wish to assign,
Select the user in the Add User blade or you can invite new user also.
After selecting user click Ok Button for assign role that particular user.
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