My Azure VM has an entry in the KeyVault - why? what is it being used for?

Several of my Azure VM's have an entry in the 'Key Vault'. I don't know  why, and  I don't know what they are being used for.

The Key Vault entry is preventing  me from moving the Vm's to a new subscription.

How can I determine what the keys are being used for and whether they are required?

The KeyVaults have no Access Policy listed, however under 'Click here to show advanced access policies'  the check box 'Enable Access to Azure Machines for Deployment' is checked on.
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Kyle SantosQuality AssuranceCommented:
Hi,

I am following up on your question.  Do you still need help?

If you solved the problem on your own, would you please post the solution here in case others have the same problem?

Regards,

Kyle Santos
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