In this video, Pete Zerger explains how Azure AD App Proxy enables easy and secure publishing of on-premises web and line-of-business apps, eliminating the need for complex firewall rules.
- [Narrator] Azure Active Directory Application Proxy…is a feature available at Azure AD Premium…that allows secure remote access for web applications…hosted on premises,…even apps written before the cloud.…When users access applications remotely,…they connect through a published end point.…They're authenticated in Azure AD…and routed through a connector…installed on a virtual machine…and routed to the on premises application.…You install this connector on a Windows VM.…
The install is simple and it only takes a minute.…They are several advantages to Azure AD app proxy…including simplicity and scale, security…and the user experience.…And the total cost of ownership is lower…than a traditional firewall.…App proxy is a Azure based service…that leverages connectors you install on premises…to securely publish web apps to the internet.…It's easier to set up and secure than on premises firewalls…and you don't have to rewrite your applications.…
When you publish your apps using Azure AD app proxy,…you can take advantage of Azure's authorization controls…
In this course—the first in the series—Microsoft MVP Pete Zerger takes you through the basics of setting up endpoint protection. He begins by explaining how to set up Azure Active Directory Premium. Next, he goes into enabling multi-factor authentication, followed by setting conditions for secure access. To wrap up, Pete covers managing mobile devices with Intune, and publishing applications with Azure AD App Proxy.
- Setting up Azure Active Directory for an organization
- Enabling user-level and application-level multi-factor authentication
- Setting conditions for secure access
- Planning a mobile device management (MDM) strategy
- How Intune (standalone) MDM works
- How Intune mobile application management works
- Publishing applications with Azure AD App Proxy
- Assigning users and groups