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Use Azure Key Vault with .NET or ASP.NET Core Applications

Store app settings in Azure Key Vault for .NET 6.x or ASP.NET Core 3.x applications

Azure Key Vault with .NET Applications

TL;DR

Azure Key Vault is a service that you can use to store secrets and other sensitive configuration data for an application. It allows you to define settings that can be shared among multiple apps, including apps running in App Service.
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