Configure multiple AD domain name suffixes for your Azure AD implementation.
- [Instructor] What's great about moving…to Microsoft's cloud services is…that they are all integrated.…Office 365 uses Azure Active Directory as its…underlying infrastructure for authentication…and for identity services.…Because of that, a lot of the tools…and the management between Office 365 and Azure AD…sometimes overlap and there are some configurations…that will show up in both environments…because they are being pulled…for the same set of information,…and one of those is the list of domains.…
Now the list of domains appear as domain names…in Azure Active Directory, but in Office 365,…they also appear as SMTP suffixes,…or the last portion of what makes up your email address.…If I want to see the domain names that are…already associated with my Azure AD,…I can click here on domain names,…and that's also where I'll be able to add…more domains to my specific directory.…Now you'll remember that by default,…when you create a directory in Azure AD,…the default domain name is a .onmicrosoft.com domain name,…so it falls within the unique structure…
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