It’s been in preview for roughly a year, but Azure Active Directory Domain Services is now generally available. It definitely opens up some interesting integration between Azure IaaS and Azure AD, and is one of the considerations to take into account when planning out your Azure subscriptions and AAD namespace planning. It still currently is only exposed directly to classic virtual networks in Azure, but you can easily connect it to an ARM virtual network. If you need more information on
In a recent post I mentioned the Innovation Days event that is happening in Sydney on September 17. If you haven’t registered yet, head on over to the registration site and reserve your place. Check out the session agenda here, and make sure you come along to my session at 4:10pm to hear more about the latest updates to Windows 10 and the Enterprise Mobility + Security suite.
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Since the AADDS preview started I’ve been questioned several times during demonstrations of AAD/AADS/EMS scenarios why my tenants are always in US West, not in AustraliaEast or AustraliaSouthEast, and the primary reason was because the AADDS preview wasn’t available in the local datacenters. In a post on the Active Directory Team Blog they mention Australian DC availability, as well as other enhancements that have rolled into the preview, including… Secure LDAP access Custom OU support Administer DNS for your managed domain