Is it possible to combine two private DNS zones into one policy definition

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I'm attempting to deploy/register private DNS zones for private endpoints in app service > DNS configuration using custom policy, but I can't merge these two private DNS zones, privatelink.api.azureml.ms and privatelink.notebooks.azure.net, into a single policy description. Is it feasible to merge these policies into a single policy definition?
Mar 23, 2022 in Azure by Edureka
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You can configure your DNS settings for private endpoints using the following options:

Utilize the host file (only recommended for testing). To override DNS on a virtual machine, use the host file.

Make use of a private DNS zone. Private DNS zones can be used to override the DNS resolution for a private endpoint. To resolve specific domains, you can connect a private DNS zone to your virtual network.

Make use of your DNS forwarder (optional). To override the DNS resolution for a private link resource, use your DNS forwarder. Create a DNS forwarding rule to use a private DNS zone on your virtual network-hosted DNS server.
answered Mar 25, 2022 by Edureka
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