Azure AD Administrative Units

Azure AD Administrative Units

In this video, I go over Azure AD Administrative Units.  Azure AD Administrative units are a way to delegate admirative tasks to a subset of Azure AD users.  We review how to create Admin Units and how to add users and groups to an Administrative Unit. We also delegate administrative rights to a user to on an Administrative Unit.

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Azure B2B vs. B2C

In this video, I go over the difference between Azure Business to Business, or B2B and Azure Business to Customer, or B2C.  This is a high-level comparison between the two services for those getting ready for an Azure Certification or designing Azure solutions.

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Use Splunk to Collect Logs from Office 365 and Azure AD

Microsoft has a lot of options to view Azure log data in one form or another. There is the Security Center, Azure Sentinel, Log Analytics, and Insights.  This is fine for an Azure centric organization, but many organizations already have log collection systems in place such as Splunk, and using multiple logging platforms is not efficient.  This article walks through sending Azure AD and Office 365 logs to Splunk.

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Deploy Azure AD Domain Service and Join a Server to the Domain

In this video, I go over deploying Azure AD and configuring replication with an on-premises Windows Active Directory domain and Azure Active Directory.  I review deployment options and how to synchronize passwords from Windows and Azure directory services.  A server is deployed and joined to the Azure AD Domain Services domain and users source from Azure AD and Windows AD log in using same sign-on credentials.

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