This video is a follow up of the previous video, which describes how to add and verify a custom domain in Azure AD.
- [Speaker] In the last video … we learned that whenever we sign up … for an Azure subscription, … it automatically provisions a default directory … with a temporary domain … in the format emailstring.onmicrosoft.com. … In this clip, let's see why a temporary domain … is not good enough, … and why we need to add a custom domain … to our Azure AD tenant. … So let's get this straight, … can temporary domains be used for … production environments? … Well, theoretically, yes. … But practically there will be many issues. … All your usernames, email addresses, … sub-domains, and resource links … will have an emailstring.onmicrosoft.com … are banded to it … everywhere, as you can see on the screen. … It makes the URL unnecessarily longer, … unprofessional, and doesn't allow you to use … your own brand name anywhere in the domain name. … That's why in spite of the fact that … a temporary domain is publicly routable … it's not suitable for production environments. … Now, let's see how things change …
AuthorKunal D Mehta
- Using the Azure AD Connect tool
- User and group management in Azure
- Azure AD security features
- Azure AD support for open standards
- Provisioning an Azure AD tenant
- How Azure AD may affect infrastructure costs and growth
- How Azure AD impacts employee efficiency
Skill Level Beginner
Microsoft Azure: Security Conceptswith David Elfassy2h 9m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Networking Conceptswith David Elfassy1h 54m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Active Directorywith David Elfassy2h 6m Intermediate
1. Azure Active Directory Fundamentals
2. Industry Standards and Compliance
3. Provisioning an Azure AD Tenant
4. Potential Business Impact of Azure AD Adoption
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