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For sql server availability groups we enforce the rule “users should only read from DR nodes” by first creating logins and users in the primary node and then dropping /disabling the logins on the primary . Is there a way to do the same for azure sql db? We can tell the users to connect only using applicationIntent=ReadOnly but how do we enforce at least monitor that from sql server side . Any input is appreciated thanks

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You can always monitor connections and sessions on the primary. And see in Query Store if ad-hoc reporting queries are running on the primary.

And if you see sessions or queries there that should be using a secondary, go have a chat with the user.

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  • Thank you David!
    – yegnasew
    Jan 10, 2023 at 16:16

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