In this video, you will find out how you can migrate Active Directory Domain Controllers to Microsoft Azure Stack.
If your organization is looking for a more efficient, productive, and secure approach to desktop virtualization, this series will walk you through the full solution. WVD offers a fully managed desktop virtualization solution in the cloud and it works with all your apps and devices as you can expect.
If you ever want to update the account password that Azure AD Connect uses for its service account, you can do this by running a PowerShell cmdlet. Additionally, you will want to keep this handy in the event you receive the notorious “Error validating credentials” error message. To do this, on the Azure AD Connect computer, open a PowerShell window with the administrator context and run the following: Add-ADSyncAADServiceAccount You’ll need to supply the Azure AD Global admin credentials, but this will effectively change the password for both Azure AD and the sync engine.
On Tuesday, Microsoft officially released Azure Sentinel from preview. Azure Sentinel is a cloud-native SIEM that provides intelligent security analytics for your entire enterprise at cloud scale. Get limitless cloud speed and scale to help focus on what really matters. Easily collect data from all your cloud or on-premises assets, Office 365, Azure resources, and other clouds. Effectively detect threats with built-in machine learning from Microsoft’s security analytics experts. Automate threat response, using built-in orchestration and automation playbooks. Here’s some resources to get started with Azure Sentinel: Onboard Azure Sentinel Get started with Azure Sentinel Detect threats with Azure Sentinel Set up automated threat responses Introduction to Security in Azure
Microsoft today has taken the wraps off its threat assessment and reaction Azure tool, Sentinel. Microsoft Azure Sentinel is a new Cloud native SIEM service with built-in AI for analytics that removes the cost and complexity of achieving a central and focused near real-time view of the active threats in your environment. Product page: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/azure-sentinel/
Does your IT processes include methods to review and update the on-premises components for Azure-connected tools? It should. The components are regularly updated for performance improvements and feature additions, but more importantly, they are sometimes updated to for better security. The following Azure AD components should be upgraded as new versions are released: Azure AD Connect Azure AD Application Proxy Connectors Azure AD Pass-through authentication agents Azure AD Connect Health Agents Most components have an auto-update setting which will automate the upgrade process, but some don’t. Be aware of those that need manual intervention, but also make sure that the auto-update component is working. Resources: Azure AD Connect Health: Version Release History Required Updates for A...
The founder of BuildAzure.com has written a book covering Microsoft’s cloud certification path. The book is intended to answer the following questions: Which Microsoft certification is right for me? What are the Microsoft role-based certifications? What’s the structure of Microsoft exams? Do Microsoft certifications expire? What happens if I fail the exam? Can I retake it? Where do I get started on my personal Microsoft certification journey? If you’re a Kindle Unlimited customer, you can read the book for free, otherwise, it the price for the book is $9.99.
Scott Manchester (@RDS4U) Group Manager, WVD and RDS at Microsoft made the following announcement on Twitter… We are feature complete with #WVD and will be moving to the final phase for GA. Spin up your VMs and start testing your scenarios. Got issues? Engage our community: https://t.co/2amQHtQqwI #WVD #Azure #Microsoft — Scott Manchester (@RDS4U) August 13, 2019 Windows Virtual Desktop is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running in the cloud. It’s the only virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) that delivers simplified management, multi-session Windows 10, optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus, and support for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) environments. Deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes, and get built-in security and compli...
If you’d like to assign local administrator rights to specific people in the organization, you do it through the Azure Active Directory blade in the Azure portal. 1. In portal.azure.com go to Azure Active Directory. 2. Select Devices 3. Select Device Settings 4. Under Additional local administrators on Azure AD Joined devices, you can add the admins here.
New and updated tools are now available for Azure Cloud Shell. The new tools include: Azure Functions CLI—The Azure Functions CLI gives you the ability to create, test, run, and debug Azure Functions. Create and run your first Azure Function using these steps. Bolt—Puppet Bolt is an open source tool to automate the management of your infrastructure. Use it to automate tasks that are part of your day-to-day workflows, or to automate your as-needed tasks. Packer—HashiCorp Packer is a tool to automate the creation of a machine image, whether it’s a VM, a container, or more from a single configuration source. Updated tools: Java Development Kit: Version 184.108.40.206 Azure PowerShell Azure CLI
During preview, new Azure products can go through a myriad of changes before they are ready to be available publicly. Many Azure customers want to know when new products will be available widely so they can plan deployment for their live environment. Using the Azure Updates page (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/), you can filter by the products that are already available, those that are in preview, and the ones that are still being developed. Additionally, there’s an RSS feed to use to monitor updates using your favorite news reader. RSS feed for all: https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/en-us/updates/feed/?status=all RSS feed for in preview: https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/en-us/updates/feed/?status=inpreview RSS feed for now available: https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/en-...
Those in charge of Azure implementations for their company get nervous a bit about the work behind creating and deploying a tenant full of resources, services, and dependencies. Utilizing the Azure console alone to do the work can be intimidating and time consuming. Consider utilizing JSON templates instead. Microsoft has a wealth of JSON templates available for generating almost everything. If a company needs to create it, there’s almost assuredly a template available already. As of this writing there’s almost 800 templates available. Where to get the templates: https://github.com/Azure/azure-quickstart-templates More about Azure Quickstart Templates and Azure Resource Manager: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/templates/ Also: Azure Resource Manager overview