Building VM template using Assigned Access

Since it took me a couple of attempts to create VM templates for Azure portal management and Remote Desktop (in order to make them available for the TAP evaluation), I thought it best to share the process, so you can build your own customized image.  My goal is to create a PAW VM that offers…


Why use shielded VMs for your privileged access workstation (PAW) solution?

It’s great to see customers trying out PAWs and it’s generating a lot of great questions. Many questions are related to shielded VMs so I’d like to focus this blog post on sharing our reasoning for building the PAW solution on shielded VMs. Running virtual machines (VMs) on Windows client is not new, but running…


Improved branch office support for shielded VMs in Windows Server, version 1709

Companies with large branch offices often must make a tradeoff between user experience and security. To increase employee productivity, it may make sense to deploy replicas of certain applications like Active Directory Domain Controllers or file servers in a branch office. But with limited — if any — IT resources at the remote location, how…

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How to deploy a VM template for PAW

Continuing with the PAW series, after you followed the previous blog to build the PAW device, you can now deploy PAW VMs on it. There are two types of VMs you can create: Desktop VM: this is a standard VM, dedicated for user productivity workload. It is typically joined to your org production domain. You…