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Tag Archives: Active Directory

RDS 2016 Farm: Configure Domain Controllers

This topic is part of a series about how to deploy a Windows Server 2016 RDS farm in Azure. In the previous topics, we have deployed Microsoft Azure resources such as networks, storage or virtual machines. In this topic, we will configure domain controllers to extend the On-Premise Active Directory to Microsoft Azure  Before following this topic, the previous articles ...

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Authenticate to vCenter from Active Directory credentials

By default, when you install vCenter, a SSO domain is deployed. When you authenticate on vCenter, you use an identity from this SSO Domain. vCenter can also use identities from other identity sources such as Active Directory and LDAP. Thanks to Active Directory, you can create groups, assign them to vCenter roles and then manage accesss from Active Directory. In ...

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Extend Active Directory to Microsoft Azure

Extend Active Directory to Microsoft Azure is a common scenario when you implement hybrid cloud. For example, protected VM with Azure Site Recovery may need access to Active Directory even if On-Premise datacenter is unreachable. You can also extend your Active Directory to Azure when you use production workloads in Azure VM to avoid to implement a new forest or ...

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Fine-Grained Password Policy in Active Directory

Before Windows Server 2008, passwords were only managed via the Default Domain Policy GPO. So only one password policy was possible without do-it-yourself. With Windows Server 2008, Microsoft introduces Password Settings Object (PSO) that enables to apply Fine-Grained password policy linked to users or groups object. However in Windows Server 2008, PSO could only be created with PowerShell command. In ...

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