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Using Scope Maps in Tokens in Azure Container Registry to restrict repository-level access

Tom Fisk @Pexels

In this post, I want to bring awareness to how we can make use of one of the tips from that post, namely the Repository-scoped permissions.

We can now create more fine-grained permission for our ACR.

  • Time-limited access to help block any access after a specific point in time.

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