A SAS gives you granular control over the type of access you grant to clients who have the SAS.
You can specify the time interval for which a SAS is valid, including the start time and the expiration time.
SAS provides account-level and service-level control.
Account-level SAS delegates access to resources in one or more Azure Storage services. Service-level SAS delegates access to a resource in only one Azure Storage service.
You specify the permissions granted by the SAS. A SAS for a blob might grant read and write permissions to that blob, but not delete permissions.
You can identify an IP address or range of IP addresses from which Azure Storage accepts the SAS. Configure this option to specify a range of IP addresses that belong to your organization.
You can specify the protocol over which Azure Storage accepts the SAS. Configure this option to restrict access to clients by using HTTPS.
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