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You can assign users in your organization to different administrative roles in Azure AD. These role assignments control which tasks, such as adding or removing users or changing service settings, the users are able to perform on Azure AD, Office … Continue reading
Self-service group management enables users to create and manage security groups or Office 365 groups in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). Users can also request security group or Office 365 group memberships, and then the owner of the group can … Continue reading
Azure AD Application Proxy helps you support remote workers by publishing on-premises applications to be accessed over the internet. By this point, you should already have enabled Application Proxy in the Azure classic portal. This article walks you through the … Continue reading
After you’ve implemented some partner solutions, Azure enables you to monitor those solutions. The Partner solutions tile on the Security Center blade lets you monitor the health status. The screen capture below shows the Security Center overview blade with the Partner … Continue reading
To view the health of your partner solutions, select the Partner solutions tile. A blade opens displaying a list of your partner solutions connected to Security Center, as seen in the screen capture below: From this screen, select a partner … Continue reading
Security Center is integrated tightly with third-party solutions from Azure partners. When it comes time to implement a solution to a Security Center recommendation, you often have several choices. You can implement one of the Microsoft solutions. Or, you can … Continue reading
After reviewing the list of available recommendations, you can click on the individual line items to take further action. For example, if you click on the line item to Install Endpoint Protection, you will be presented with all of the … Continue reading