Introduction to Azure AD Connect

Azure AD Connect Azure AD Connect is the tool you install on your on-premise server to integrate your on-premises directories with Azure AD. In addition to directory synchronization, Azure AD Connect provides a wizard-driven experience with two modes Express or Customized for configuring your Azure AD authentication settings and other features.   Features Filtering is used when … Continue reading Introduction to Azure AD Connect

Azure AD Connect – How to connect your Active Directory Domain to Azure AD ? – Part 2 | Pass-through Authentication

Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Pass-through Authentication allows your users to sign in to both on-premises and cloud-based applications using the same passwords. This feature provides your users a better experience - one less password to remember, and reduces IT help desk costs because your users are less likely to forget how to sign in. … Continue reading Azure AD Connect – How to connect your Active Directory Domain to Azure AD ? – Part 2 | Pass-through Authentication

Azure AD Connect – How to extend your Active Directory Domain to Azure AD ? Part 1 | Password Hash Synchronization

The simplest way to enable authentication for on-premises directory objects in Azure AD. Users can use the same username and password that they use on-premises without having to deploy any additional infrastructure. With PHS, hashes of user passwords are synchronized from on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD, allowing Azure AD to authenticate users with no … Continue reading Azure AD Connect – How to extend your Active Directory Domain to Azure AD ? Part 1 | Password Hash Synchronization

AAD – Azure Cloud-based SSO Authentification

Cloud-based users Authentication or Azure AD Single Sign-on with Password Hash Sync   This means enable the user to signed in with an Azure Active Directory account to a 3rd party SaaS application in Azure only. Azure AD collects and securely stores the user account information and the related password. Azure AD can support any … Continue reading AAD – Azure Cloud-based SSO Authentification

ADFS – How-to federate with a customer

What is ADFS ? It’s a web service that authenticates your users to Active Directory while also simultaneously providing them access to some claims-aware application (i.e. Office 365). Many times, these applications are typically used through the client’s web browser. The applications can be on-premises, off-premises, or even hosted by other companies. It doesn’t really … Continue reading ADFS – How-to federate with a customer

SQL/SSAS – Failover Cluster on Windows 2012 – Installation & Configuration

Confirm compatibility of your environnement before deploying a SQL failover cluster. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/failover-clustering/clustering-requirements Disks configurations Disk 1 - Quorum: Is the quorum of the cluster. A cluster quorum disk is the storage medium on which the configuration database is stored for a cluster computing network. The cluster configuration database, also called the quorum, tells the cluster … Continue reading SQL/SSAS – Failover Cluster on Windows 2012 – Installation & Configuration

ADFS – OpenID Connect Configuration

Create a new application group in ADFS with the following configuration : Standalone application > Server application Set a name that will define your application Hit next and copy the client identifier to a notepad, you will need it later. The redirect URI is the server local URI you will use to test your application … Continue reading ADFS – OpenID Connect Configuration