Azure Active Directory Connect and updated Directory Integration Tools content!

Hi everyone! I want to make sure you're all aware of the recent updates I published on the Directory Integration Tools – https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn757582.aspx As well as the new tool for all directory integration tasks called Azure Active Directory Connect! Starting with the first quarter of 2015, directory integration to Azure Active Directory (AD) can be accomplished…


Doc Updates for Azure RMS – January 2015

Now on the Microsoft Rights Management (RMS) Team blog  – Announcement: Azure RMS Documentation Library Update for January 2015 NEW! RMS in Action: Sometimes people have an Office 365 subscription that includes Rights Management (RMS) but don't use it, or are thinking about purchasing EMS.  Take a look at these stories to see if you…

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AD Magic Restore script published on codeplex

Alexandre Augagneur is an AD MVP who recently published a new script called AD Magic Restore. It uses dsamain.exe to expose an AD database file taken from a backup or a snapshot. It compares that database file with your production AD database and let's you restore any attributes. The attribute-level restore sets it apart from…


Updated tutorials about installing Active Directory domain controllers on an Azure virtual network

I recently updated a couple tutorials about installing domain controllers on Azure. The steps are simpler, and the topics are much shorter. I also removed a script that provisioned domain-joined member servers because it was no longer working. When I have that working again I will add it back. Or if any of you want…


Doc Updates for Azure RMS – December 2014

Now on the Microsoft Rights Management (RMS) Team blog  – Announcement: Azure RMS Documentation Library Update for December 2014 Update 6th January, 2015:  Also, check out What’s New in Azure RMS (September–December 2014)

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New documentation: Want to know how Azure RMS works, under the hood?

You don't need to know how Azure Rights Management (RMS) works, because it takes care of all that for you. But people obviously like to know, for peace of mind, for curiosity, to help them understand the technology better, to be able to answer questions from their security team. How Azure RMS works isn't that…

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