There is no specific requirement for this scenario. You just need to have an account (wether a Microsoft Account or an Azure Active Directory) that has the appropriate permissions to the customer subscription.
To document ARM Resources, you don't need to have administrator privileges : Permissions applied to Azure Resources will automatically be taken into account by CloudocKit . For instance if you generate documentation for a subscription with 10 Virtual Machines and you have access to only one (even in read only), only this Virtual Machine will be documented
To document Classic Resources, you need to be co-admin has Classic does not offer RBAC (Role Based Access Control)
To document Azure Active Directory, you need to be Azure Active Directory Global Administrator. Note that is not a requirement : you choose that when Signing into CloudocKit t
Yes, just go to Cloudockit Generation Portal and Sign In. It will detect that you have no license and it will automatically bring you to the Trial Mode. Note that some content will be removed as you are in Trial
During the document generation, CloudocKit ocKit never has access to the credentials you are using to Sign In as you are redirected to Microsoft Login Page
The document is generated in memory in an isolated process and nothing get stored on disk.
When the document generation is done, by default, it is stored in a blob storage with a specific key that only you will have. This is the default behavior and we also support uploading the document in your Azure Blob Storage or in a Office 365 Document Library. In that case, we will not keep anything