Review the utilization and access to your resources by using Azure AD reports.
- [Narrator] If you've been watching along…for the various videos in this course,…you realize that there is a lot going on in Azure AD.…From users logging on, to self-service password reset,…to applications being registered and deployed,…to multi-factor authentication, and managing device,…and joining the domain from the devices.…There is a lot of configuration options,…there are a lot of settings that you can set,…and there are a lot of things that can happen.…And this Active Directory authentication provider…provides a lot of services,…and essentially allows your users to do a lot of things…through the authentication services of Active Directory.…
Now in order to be able to keep a handle…on all of these things that are going on,…we have a number of reporting functionalities and features…that are available to us through the Azure AD portal.…And I want to take a few minutes…and look at those functionalities…and see the different ways that you can…access the relevant information that can help you,…either in troubleshooting…
David shows how to implement and manage user and group accounts, join client computers, and implement single sign-on and multi-factor authentication. (Industry standard protocols such as SAML 2.0, WS-Federation, and OpenID Connect make sign-on possible on a variety of platforms.) To wrap up the course, David reviews the more advanced features in Azure AD and Azure AD Connect, including syncing on-premises Active Directory and Azure AD, and troubleshooting an Azure AD deployment.
- Directory as a service (DaaS)
- Using Azure AD management tools
- Creating an Azure Active directory
- Managing users and groups
- Enabling Active Directory self-service
- Implementing Azure AD authentication
- Running Active Directory reports