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Microsoft Operations Management Suite

Microsoft Operations Management Suite

The Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS), previously known as Azure Operational Insights, is a software as a service (SaaS) platform that allows an administrator to manage on-premises and cloud IT assets from a central portal. It was introduced in May 2015 as an evolution of System Center. OMS provides flexible access to the management capabilities a company needs through four key service offerings: Insight & Analytics – includes Azure Log Analytics and 2 additional solutions on OMS Portal (Service Map and…

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How To Change The Name of Your Azure Subscription

How To Change The Name of Your Azure Subscription

When you begin to have multiple subscriptions based on Pay-As-You-Go offer, it becomes a nightmare to manage it in Azure portal because by default they all have the same name. In order to change the name of your subscriptions and reflect why there are used for, connect to your Azure portal and go to subscriptions menu. Select the subscription you want to modify and click on Manage. It will automatically redirect you to your Windows Azure subscriptions management page (you can…

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Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 4

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 4

In the previous part of the series, we saw how to grant your users the rights to connect to Intune platform, to enroll their mobile devices, and to create configuration policies. Here we will see how to implement automatic deployment of company portal application during device enrollment and to configure custom OMA-URI settings for WP 8.1 devices. Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 1 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 2 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 3 In order to implement automatic deployment…

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Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 3

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 3

In the previous part of the series, we saw how to grant your users the rights to connect to Intune platform and more important to enroll their mobile devices. Here we will see how to configure settings and to manage applications through Microsoft Intune policies (only WP 8.1 devices on this part). Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 1 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 2 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 4 Considering that devices are managed by Microsoft Intune, we have to…

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Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 1

Deployment of Microsoft Intune – Part 1

The goal of this series will be to implement and configure Microsoft Intune as MDM (Mobile Device Management) solution for mobile devices (Android, iOS and Windows Phone) and PC. Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 2 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 3 Implementation of Microsoft Intune – Part 4 In order to configure and use Microsoft Intune (or other Microsoft Cloud services like Office 365), you need first to synchronize your on-premises Active Directory with Azure Active Directory. To accomplish…

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Azure Active Directory Synchronization

Azure Active Directory Synchronization

In the case you need to work with Microsoft Cloud services like Office 365, Intune, Azure, you will have to synchronize your on-premises Active Directory objects (users, contacts, and groups) to Microsoft cloud services (Azure Active Directory). In order to accomplish this, you will have to choose between Same Sign On or Single Sign On. Same Sign-On, will use synchronization tools (DirSync, AADSync and FIM) to synchronize your on-premises Active Directory objects and their associated password (requires Password Sync). It…

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