Azure AD Connect Cloud Sync Announcement

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Azure AD Connect (AADC) is an identity synchronization tool from Microsoft, responsible for synchronizing identity data from the local directory service to Azure Active Directory (AAD). Microsoft is announcing that the Azure AD Connect identity synchronization tool is giving way to a successor and will likely be retired in the future. Microsoft's announcement states that the successor, Azure AD Connect Cloud Sync, will take over completely.

Azure Files and Kerberos Support - A Cloud Story

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Back in 2021, Kerberos support for Azure AD was available as a preview. A lot has happened since then and the three-headed hellhound continues to make its way and shake up the cloud. This article is a collection of information on what Azure AD with Kerberos and Azure Files already provides and where the journey will go. This is because support for Azure Files with Kerberos has also recently been publicly communicated, although at the time of writing this article it is still in preview.

Windows 365 - your computer from the Azure Cloud

As many have suspected for years, Microsoft now offers Windows 365, a computer from the Azure Cloud. Microsoft officially announced the product at Inspire 2021 and officially launched it on the second of August 2021. Windows 365 - your computer from the Azure Cloud - has been GA and available to everyone since then. In the following, you will learn more about important aspects of Windows 365.

Integration of Azure MFA in an RDS environment

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This blog post explains how to set up Azure Multi-Factor Authentication for your On-Premises Remote Desktop Service (RDS) environment. The blog post is intended to help you understand and shows the most important steps for preparation as a step-by-step guide. Multi-Factor Authentication The concept of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is already widely used and respected today. Such an authentication consists of several components, not ... Read more

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