a_Zipi on Tue, 23 Jul 2019 13:22:50

How to list via and/or via PowerShell resources that are using a certain security tier like "standard"?

I have tried:

But this only gives sort of a summary and not listing things at resource level. In case it is not possible to run a list directly, how I can see the security tier of some specific virtual machine with PowerShell?

I have also tried to browse with to see the security tiers, but that does not seem to know such things do exist, since it is not showing Microsoft.Security provider at any level providers list.


a_Zipi on Tue, 23 Jul 2019 15:16:05

And replying to myself:

Seems that I did not understood that the security tier is Subscription level settings. Only configuration possibilities are to which resource providers it has been enabled, but inside the subscription it (unfortunately) covers all resources of that type.

Still quite weird that does not see Microsoft.Security provider in any way.

Manoj Reddy - MSFT on Wed, 24 Jul 2019 11:42:43

Are you referring to the tiers in Security Center? It's pricing standard and as you mentioned, it's a subscription level setting. 

Security Center API allows you to manage and uses the Microsoft.Security Provider.