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

Delegate permissions in Exchange Hybrid – Part Two – Full Mailbox Access

This is the second in a series of posts. You can find links to the other parts of the series here: Part One – Introduction Part Two – Full Mailbox Access In Part One I gave an overview of the different scenarios in which cross-premises permissions are affected in a Hybrid scenario between Office 365 … More Delegate permissions in Exchange Hybrid – Part Two – Full Mailbox Access