This video is a demonstration of how to add and verify a custom domain in Azure AD.
- [Instructor] Moving on to the next demo, … Adding a Custom Domain. … Here's the directory we created in the previous demo. … Now, in order to add a custom domain to it, … on the Overview page, I'll have to scroll down a little bit. … So if I scroll down, I'll be able to see a tab … which says Custom domain names. … I'll have to click on that. … And once I click on that, … you can see the temporary domain we specified … when we provisioned this directory. … Now, to add a custom domain, … I'll have to click the button on the top here … that says Add custom domain. … Let me click on that. … And when I do, it asks me for my custom domain name. … So from this slide, if you remember, … my custom domain name is worldtraveler.tv. … And then, click on the Add domain button over here. … Now, this brings me to a verification page. … It asks me to add whole bunch of records … on the DNS server for my domain. … I'm going to add these records off this screen … because the steps to do it varies … from one domain registrar to another. …
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
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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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