Last year we explored 4 ways to add administrator permissions to AAD joined devices. Now Microsoft has finally made this process a lot easier. Let me show you it’s features!
Second article in a series on how to use Azure Resource Manager templates. This time a deeper dive in the JSON structure of ARM templates.
Post number 1 in our series about ARM templates. Let’s begin our series simple. Just grab a template. No more, no less.
This time we’re going to start an Azure RM template series. Got the hang of deploying Azure resources the manual way? Let’s auto-deploy that stuff!
File storage in Azure can be quite daunting. Blobs, files, queues,… what do I really need? And what about managing those storage accounts with their nice, ahem…, naming convention?
Network Security Groups (NSG) are great for securing devices and networks in Azure. But a strict policy can hinder fluent management of your resources. Just in time access provides a reasonable compromise.
For a while, it is possible to log on to Windows with your Office 365 account. This enables a nice amount of flexibility. Especially when using different devices in your company. Sometimes you need local administrator rights, however. Here are 4 ways to assign local administrator rights to Azure AD joined devices.