Category Archives: Microsoft Azure

Creating an Application for a specific page on Myapps

In one of the projects that I’m working on these days, the customer asked to create an App on MyApps to redirect the users to their SharePoint site on a…

Removing Azure Active Directory users using Azure Cloud Shell

Cloud Shell is one of the new features in Azure Portal, and it is accessible from virtually any browser and even from Azure App. In this Tutorial, we are going…

Issue when deleting more than 500 objects with AAD Connect

By default, the Azure AD Connect has a limit of 500 objects that can be deleted in single shot in your Active Directory without triggering a confirmation. In my customer’s…

Creating a new Azure Active Directory instance

It seems a simple thing, but when you need to create an additional directory for testing/dev purposes, you may ask yourself how to create. In this Tutorial, we are going…

Checking the Boot Diagnostics in Microsoft Azure

It can be a brand new server or an existent one running on Microsoft Azure, after a restart, the VM shows up as running on the portal, but for some…

Changing DNS settings on Microsoft Azure

A common task when building a new site or changing the Domain Controllers in Microsoft Azure is to change the DNS Server configuration at the Virtual Network level. Microsoft recommends…

How to configure Azure Logic Apps

Usually for social media automation I used for a long time IFTTT, although with Azure Logic Apps I decide to give a try. I started to use Azure Logic Apps…

New version of Azure Backup Server introduces Modern Backup Storage technology

WOW! What a day for me! Microsoft Azure just announces new and improved features on the new version Azure Backup Server. Let’s start! They announce with Azure Backup Server v2…

Bigger disks on Azure Storage

If you follow the announcements during the Microsoft Build 2017 conference on the beginning of the month, one of the announcements was the increase of the size of the disks…

How to extend Azure Service Fabric to on-premise?

You can deploy a Service Fabric cluster on any physical or virtual machine running the Windows Server operating system, including ones residing in your on-premises datacenters. You use the standalone…