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

ADFS – Web Application Proxy 2016 Installation & Configuration

Prepare two Windows 2016 servers with Windows Updates. Dont join them to the domain. Installing Web Application Proxy Let’s fire up the Add Roles Wizard from Server Manager As noted in the previous post, there is no longer a separate AD FS proxy role in Windows 2016.  The Remote Access feature provides VPN, Direct Access … Continue reading ADFS – Web Application Proxy 2016 Installation & Configuration