Azure Active Directory Connect is a simple, fast and lightweight tool to connect Active Directory and other on-premises directories with Azure Active Directory in a few clicks. Azure AD Connect will guide you to synchronize only the data you really need from single or multi-forest environments and enable single sign on via password sync or […]
Today, the AD team announced a slew of features including AAD Admin Units. I’ve been working with Vince Smith from the Product Group on this and have produced another of my "cartoony" videos to explain the principles. Once you’ve got the broad notion licked, you might want to see examples of how to use Powershell […]
The General Availability of Windows Azure Active Directory Premium has been made so Jeff Staiman, a Programme Manager in the product group, and I, thought you might like to watch a short video I made with the product group that describes the major features you can use in a similar style to other videos I’ve made.
This post answers some of the common questions asked in the forums about Azure Active Directory sign-up, sign-in and migration:– How do I create a new Windows Azure Active Directory?– How can I create a Windows Azure Active Directory if I am an existing Azure customer?– How do I use my existing Windows Azure Active Directory Identity […]
Windows Azure Active Directory (WAAD) now gives you Single-Sign-On to your apps, an API that allows you to both read and write data to the directory and you can even perform differential queries where only the changes since your last query are returned. This video explains the concepts in cartoon-format and then shows a quick […]
Another cartoon format video plus demos, which shows how you can use Windows Azure Active Directory to create a team of users who can login and access the Windows Azure infrastructure; how you can set up 2-factor authentication for those with serious responsibilities, how to set up Dir-Sync between your on-premises Active Directory and Windows Azure […]
Windows Azure Active Directory is described in cartoon format in this video. It’s an easy to follow sketch of all the major pieces and how you can use it. It also describes the differences between Windows Azure Active Directory and Windows Server Active Directory.