This is a continuation of a series on Azure AD Connect. In this blog post, I cover a specific case where an export to Azure AD fails due to stale Internet proxy settings configured on the server running Azure AD Connect. I go through various tools, some of which we have covered in our previous … Continue reading Field Notes: The case of the stopped Azure AD Connect synchronization – stale Internet proxy server
This is a continuation of a series on Azure AD Connect. I recently covered using domain/OU and group filtering options that are available in Azure AD Connect to help control which objects are synchronized to Azure AD. I also took a closer look in group filtering, which is not recommended for use in production. Another … Continue reading Field Notes: Azure AD Connect – Attribute-based Filtering
This is a continuation of a series on Azure AD Connect. In the previous blog post, we looked at filtering options that can be used to control which objects are synchronized from on-premises directories to Azure AD - domain, OU and group filtering. I would like take a closer look at group filtering here, and … Continue reading Field Notes: Azure AD Connect – Group Filtering Gotchas
This is a continuation of a series on Azure AD Connect. The recently published blog post covers a quick introduction to the troubleshooting task available in Azure AD Connect. This post goes through options that are available in Azure AD Connect to apply filtering on objects that should be synchronized. I provide links to all … Continue reading Field Notes: Azure Active Directory Connect – Domain, OU and Group Filtering
My big focus for Azure at Microsoft is in administration and identity. This includes a lot of heavy Azure AD work. I regularly help customers assess their Azure AD implementations and plans, which puts me in the unique position to hear about customer woes directly. One of the bigger pain points I hear from customers … Continue reading Azure AD Best Practice: Using Azure AD Connect Standby for Redundancy and Failover
Microsoft has released the public preview for Azure Bastion, allowing an additional factor and separate subnet to be your protection from the hordes of hackers who scan the Internet every day looking for open port 3389 with easy passwords or vulnerable patch-level. And things are simpler for you as well - no more unnecessary PIP's … Continue reading The new way to avoid exposing port 3389 in Azure – Bastion!
This is a continuation of a series on Azure AD Connect. Previous parts have mostly been focusing on the installation and configuring different user sign-in options for Azure AD. Links to these are provided in the summary section below. Now that we have covered the common setup options for Azure AD Connect, I would like … Continue reading Field Notes: Azure Active Directory Connect – Troubleshooting Task Overview