How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 3 – Azure Application Proxy

In Part 1 I configured my Exchange 2016 virtual directories for OWA and ECP to authenticate using Kerberos, more on this shortly. In Part 2 I configured Hybrid Modern Authentication to begin using Azure AD to authenticate Exchange on-premises services. Part 1 is a hard requirement for this to work, so if you haven’t already, check it out! In this final part I will now move on to publishing OWA and ECP using the Azure Application Proxy to also secure these final services with Azure AD. … More How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 3 – Azure Application Proxy

How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 2 – Hybrid Modern Authentication

As Microsoft continue to develop the functionality in Office 365 and Azure AD, the cloud becomes a more and more attractive proposition for organisations that previously would not have been able to move data away from their on-premises servers. And whereas Exchange Online has previously been the first entry point for many organisations, the ever-improving … More How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 2 – Hybrid Modern Authentication

How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 1 – Authenticating OWA with Kerberos

In this series of blogs I’m going to look at the end-to-end process of taking an organisation from not publishing any Exchange on-premises services to the internet, to publishing Autodiscover, Outlook and OWA/Outlook on the Web externally, secured with Azure AD Conditional Access, Hybrid Modern Authentication and the Azure Application Proxy. … More How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 1 – Authenticating OWA with Kerberos

Two things you didn’t know about Microsoft Azure

Earlier this year Microsoft made some small but very important changes to Azure which you might have missed, and could have a big impact on your decision whether or not to move your services into the cloud. Two of the most exciting I have included below: 1. Increased limits for OS Disks for Azure Virtual … More Two things you didn’t know about Microsoft Azure