Category Archives: Enterprise Mobility

Firewall Ports & Protocols for Hybrid Identity

This is a technical reference on the required ports and protocols for implementing a hybrid identity solution. Use the following illustration and refer to the corresponding table. Table 1 – Azure AD Connect and On-premises AD This table describes the … Continue reading

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Roles in Azure AD Privileged Identity Manager

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

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Setting up Azure Active Directory for self-service group management

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

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Publish applications using Azure AD Application Proxy

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

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Determine identity requirements for your hybrid identity solution on Azure AD

The first step in designing a hybrid identity solution is to determine the requirements for the business organization that will be leveraging this solution. Hybrid identity starts as a supporting role (it supports all other cloud solutions by providing authentication) … Continue reading

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Determine directory synchronization requirements

Synchronization is all about providing users an identity in the cloud based on their on-premises identity. Whether or not they will use synchronized account for authentication or federated authentication, the users will still need to have an identity in the … Continue reading

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Managing Custom Domains in Azure AD

Conceptual overview of custom domain names in Azure Active Directory A domain name is an important part of the identifier for many directory resources: it is part of a user name or email address for a user, part of the … Continue reading

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