Hello Azure enthusiasts,
have you heard about Azure AD login for Linux VMs, a new preview feature on Azure AD? Have you given it a try? Well, I have and currently, I’m not yet fully convinced if it’s a curse or blessing in terms of governance and security. But first things first…
Continue reading “Azure AD login for Linux VMs from a security perspective”
DirSync an Azure AD Sync will no longer be supported after 13th of April 2017. Make sure to move to Azure AD Connect now!
Microsoft previously offered two synchronization tools for hybrid identity implementation: Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (DirSync) for single forest Active Directories and Microsoft Azure Active Directory Sync (Azure AD Sync) for multi-forest and other advanced scenarios. Continue reading “End of support: DirSync and Azure AD Sync on 13th of April 2017”
Monitoring for AD DS is now in preview! Get an overview over the service and learn how to implement the solution in your environment.
Monitoring for AD DS via Azure AD Connect Health is now in public preview so it’s time for me to show you how easy it is to use and what it’s good for.
Continue reading “Watch your AD DS replication health with Azure AD Connect Health”
we’ve recently had a reproducible issue concerning internal applications which are published via Azure AD Application Proxy using Azure AD Application Proxy Connector. Two of our customers informed our helpdesk independendly about not beeing able to access published apps anymore.
Continue reading “Azure AD Application Proxy Connector issue after installing Windows Updates”
Hello and welcome to part 2 of my series about security in Microsoft’s enterprise cloud. In my previous blog post you learned about how to implement Azure Multi-Factor Auth in your cloud scenario. Today I’m going to show you how to protect your files against being duplicated, altered, printed or accessed by persons who are not authorized.
Continue reading “How to secure data in Microsoft’s enterprise cloud – Part 2”
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