- [Instructor] After exploring Users and Groups … in Azure Active Directory, … we can start to take a look at Devices. … A user may have one or multiple devices … that are connected to Azure AD … and let's see how that works. … If I click on Devices within my Azure AD Admin Center … I see the list of devices that are either … joined or registered … in my Azure Active Directory infrastructure. … The devices that are registered basically means … that a user can use or authenticate to that device … by using the user account that created for them in Azure AD. … So I create user accounts, … provide them with the credentials, … and then by choosing Work or School account on the device … they can actually connect to the Azure AD … and authenticate to Azure AD. … Joining is an enhancement to registering. … Once you join, you can actually log on to the local machine. … So not only access resources in Azure, … but even access the local resources on that machine … by using the authentication mechanism …
- Fundamentals of cloud computing
- Controlling Azure costs
- Managing Azure using Azure PowerShell
- Implementing and managing Azure web apps
- Creating and managing virtual machines in Azure
- Exploring Azure Active Directory (AD)
- Creating a virtual network
- Creating network gateways
Skill Level Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Security Conceptswith David Elfassy2h 9m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Networking Conceptswith David Elfassy1h 54m Intermediate
1. Getting Familiar with Microsoft Azure
2. Microsoft Azure Web Apps
3. Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines
4. Microsoft Azure Active Directory
5. Microsoft Azure Networking
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