Tag Archives: Azure

Deploy Work Folder in Azure Cloud

The concept of Work Folder is to store user’s data in a convenient location. User can access the work folder from BYOD and Corporate SOE from anywhere. The work folder facilitate flexible use of corporate information securely from supported devices. … Continue reading

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Configure Azure B2B, Azure Rights Management for on-premises SharePoint, Exchange and File server

Azure Information Protection (Azure RMS) is an enterprise information protection solution for any organization. Azure RMS provides classification, labeling, and protection of organization’s data. Note: This deployment also enables Azure B2B access for the Published Applications in Azure AD. Azure … Continue reading

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Configuring Azure ExpressRoute using PowerShell

Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute is a private connection from on-premises networks to the Microsoft cloud over a private peering facilitated by a network service provider. With ExpressRoute, you can establish a faster, low latencies and reliable connection to Microsoft cloud services, … Continue reading

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Login to Exchange Online PowerShell using MFA

Once you enable MFA on Admin account, you will be denied access to EXO using PowerShell until you update Azure PowerShell version to latest. Download and install Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant and Azure Active Directory Connection preview Use Connect-MsOlService … Continue reading

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Create Azure Internal Load Balancer using PowerShell

Input Parameters: Subnets: Subnet_10.x.x.x Resource Groups (Service Name): ServerGroup1 VMs: Server1, Server2 InternalLoadBalancerName: InternalLB1 Port: 443 Find the Subnets where you would like to create a internal load balancer. Get-AzureVNetSite Find the VMs which you would like to add to … Continue reading

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Add multiple users to Office 365 security groups using PowerShell Scripts

Step1:  Connect MSOL Services Connect-MsolService Step2: Find out ObjectID of the Security Group you would like add members to Get-MsolGroup –Maxresults 100000 | Where-Object {$_.DisplayName -eq “Test Security Group”} Get-MsolGroup –ObjectId “af407072-7ae1-4b07-a0ca-6634b7396054” OR Sign-in to Portal.Azure.Com and Select Azure Active … Continue reading

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