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  • Hi RamaKrishna,

    that's because Contributor role has all actions BUT the actions listen in the property named "NOTaction"

    so, think of it as it has all the actions except the ones listed in "Notactions"

    (get-azurermroledefinition "Contributor") | select -ExpandProperty actions
    (get-azurermroledefinition "Contributor") | select -ExpandProperty notactions

    thx

    Onur

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  • Hi Naveen,

    Can you please elaborate what you need to achieve?

    thx

    Onur

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