Now, if you don’t want the VNet anymore and are not using it, it’s better to delete it. Before deleting the Virtual Network in Azure, a vital point to note here is that if any resources are connected to that virtual network, you need to delete the resources first before deleting the Virtual Network.
So basically, delete the connected resources first and then the virtual network.
How to delete Virtual Network in Azure
Follow the below steps to delete the Virtual Network using the Azure Portal.
- Log in to the Azure Portal (https://portal.azure.com/) and search for Virtual networks.
- Click on the Search result Virtual networks.
3. You can now see the list of Virtual Networks you created. Click the one that you want to delete.
4. Click the Delete button on the Virtual Network page to delete the VNet.
5. Finally, click on the Yes button to confirm the deletion.
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