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Configure virtual network in setting up Windows Virtual Desktop

I am trying to setup Windows Virtual Desktop in Azure.  I'm at the point where I configure the VM settings.  I'm a little confused as to what I am suppose to do when setting up the virtual network and subnet.  What exactly am I doing here?  Am I setting up the virtual machine that connects to Azure AD?  If so, can I just choose the default values that were provided in the fields?  At the end when I tried to complete the whole process I received the below error so it seems like I'm having issues with this part of the setup.  Any advice would be appreciated.  Here was the error below that I received.

Deployment template validation failed: 'The provided value 'Microsoft.WindowsAzure.ResourceStack.Frontdoor.Common.Entities.TemplateGenericProperty`1[Newtonsoft.Json.Linq.JToken]' for the template parameter 'newOrExistingVnet' at line '158' and column '24' is not valid. The parameter value is not part of the allowed value(s): 'existing'.'.
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Do you have Azure AD that you want to connect it to?  The networking is designed for creating a virtual network to connect to other Azure VM's in your account.. by default it should have internet access?  If you aren't connecting it to other machines or services and just want internet you may be trying to do something unecessary.
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Do I have a choice?  I have our Azure active directory that I would like to connect to.  It says I should connect to the virtual network that is connected to the domain but I'm unsure of what that is.

As part of the Windows Virtual Desktop setup process it has this section that requires a virtual network and subnet to be set.  Then I get the error as a result.
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