Tag: ACTIVEDIRECTORY

Azure AD – Domain services preview features

There are 3 (relatively) new functions in Azure AD Domain Services. Both in preview at the time of writing but combining all can unlock new functionality. This post will go over the following items with regards to Azure AD – Domain Services What’s new in Azure AD – Domain Services Force trust creation with AAD-DS/ADDS […]

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F5 – Allowing AAD Guests Kerberos Access

F5 – KCD – AAD – B2B In my last post I gave you a script that allows the automatic creation of B2B users in your local AD to enable you to publish (on-premises) Kerberos applications using Constraint Delegation. In this post, we will enable an F5 to use this setup to actually publish the […]

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F5 BIG-IP & AAD & KCD Simplified

With the release of an Application in Azure AD, the configuration of F5 publishing Kerberos backend applications have just been made a whole lot easier. This we cover in this post, but as an added bonus, the previous post adds the possibility of authenticating (Forest) trusted users on the same backend server using KCD (although […]

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F5 Big-IP & AAD & BASIC / NTLM

In our previous post we looked at using Azure AD to perform the authentication for our F5 published web apps that used Kerberos. Now the strength of the F5 APM module is the SSO capabilities that allow it to authenticate users once and then they could reach any web app published by it, regardless of […]

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F5 Big-IP & AAD & KCD

The title being full of acronyms, this topic is about publishing Kerberos based websites behind an F5 load balancer, while using Azure AD as the authenticating service. Or in more technical terms, F5 will rely on an external SAML based token to perform Kerberos Constraint Delegation towards a backend server. Get settled in, this is […]

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ImmutableID – mS-DS-ConsistencyGuid – AADConnect – ADMT – part 3b

In part 3a, we explained how ADFS can be used in cross-forest migrations to ensure all users (migrated or not) can still authenticate. In part 3B we will be looking at Pass-Through authentication and how it affects migrated/non-migrated users. First of all, we need to make sure we have pass-through authentication agents deployed. In my […]

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ImmutableID – mS-DS-ConsistencyGuid – AADConnect – ADMT – part 3a

To continue our coverage of ADMT and AAD, part three of the series. I know I promised 3 articles, but given the amount of data, I’ll split part 3 (authentication) in a few more posts.. We have 1 AAD and 2 AD’s; FORESTOOT.local as the source and TARGET.local is still the target AD forest. There […]

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ImmutableID – mS-DS-ConsistencyGuid – AADConnect – ADMT – new series

My posts on the ImmutableID seem to continue attraction from all over the world, and thus, let’s continue the fun. In a new series of posts we will be looking at the influence of the ImmutableID and Cross-Forest Anchor (name given by me, not sure if it is the actual name for it) in an […]

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Azure Stack Development Kit – Custom AD

(Not supported by Microsoft alert!) Azure Stack uses Active Directory technologies for identity management and authentication. By default, Azure Stack has 2 modes in can operate in. It can be used in a AAD mode utilizing Azure Active Directory for identity permission assignment as well as federated authentication or it can be setup in the […]

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AAD Pass-Through Authentication – SSO without ADFS

There are multiple options for authenticating users against Azure AD. But until now, full support for SSO based logins was only possible using two options. Azure AD joined devices, or a local ADFS service to your on-premises Active Directory. The latter being the most used option it also had its problems, first of all you […]

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