Unable to delete Networking resources – VNET, Virtual Cluster after deleting SQL Server Managed Instance.

When you delete a Manged Instance, sometime you will be unable to delete the networking resources, According to this article, the virtual cluster and subnet associated with the virtual cluster can’t be deleted for 12 hours and is available free of cost during that period to allow creation of Managed Instance in the same subnet during this period, however it does mention that you can manually delete using Azure portal or the Virtual Cluster API provided you do not have any existing In progress deployments or cancelled deployments.

Also, you might want to verify the locks for VNET, in case you are stil unable to delete it.

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