[Narrator] - Groups have been around for a long time … as part as the original NT directory, moving on to … active directory and now as your active directory. … Groups have always had the purpose of grouping together … users in order to facilitate the management of those … users, the assignment of permission to those users. … Today really not much has changed in groups. … When we look at groups within our … Azure active directory tenant, … we have some options that can be performed here … and some tasks that can be performed. … Not too many though. … If I look under 'all groups' I see all the groups … that exist in my Azure active directory tenant. … Now note that some of these groups have been automatically … created for me … by using a third party service that's attached to my Azure … by deploying an additional Office 365 solution … by creating a group in Office 365. … All of those are tied into my Azure active directory tenant … the groups will be created in here. … I can create a new group and when I create a new group …
- 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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