Blog from Microsoft, talking bout connectivity from IaaS (Virtual Machine) and PaaS services (Azure Data Factory) to a Azure Data Lake Storage account with public network access disabled. The blog post, looks at the impacts of disabling public network access in the storage account and shows how to establish connections to an Azure Data Lake Storage account from both a IaaS (VM)and PaaS services (ADF), when public network access is disabled.

The reason for disabling public network access to Microsoft Azure storage accounts, it will help you enhance your data security and compliance. Also the blog go’s on to review common troubleshooting issues that may arise due to this configuration, link below to a blog by Deepti Jain, a member of Microsoft Tech Community, with more information.

  Click here for the Microsoft website with more information.