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I am currently transitioning some work to another team in our business. Part of this transition has been to pre-configure various Service Endpoints in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to provide a way for the new team to deploy into target Azure environments without the team necessarily having direct or privileged access into those Azure environments.

In this post I am going to look at how you can grant users access to these Service Endpoints without them being able to modify them. This post will also be useful if you’ve configured Service Endpoints (as an admin) and then others on the team (who are non-admins) are unable to see them.

Note that this advice applies to any Service Endpoint – not just Azure!

By default only users who are members of the following groups can see Service Endpoints:

– Project Admins
– Endpoint Admins
– Endpoint Creators.

It’s unlikely that…

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