Using the steps below rename our On-Premise VM:. Installing Active Directory Domain Service Binaries. Unlike previous versions of Active Directory. To promote a server to a Domain Controller we must first install the Active Directory Domain Services Binaries.
This can be done following the steps below:. Deploying our On-Premise Domain Controller. Configuring Preferred DNS Server. Right-click the newly created zone and select New Pointer PTR …. Click on the Browse button the double-click OP-DC Forward Lookup Zones killerhomelab. com then scroll down and select the OP-DC A Record and click OK , OK. Creating Active Directory Sites.
The first which is the default is via DHCP. The second and the option we will need to use since this VM will serve as a Domain Controller is by Virtual Network or Network Interface. Since we are promoting this Domain Controller into an existing Forest, we will initially specify our On-Premise Domain Controller OP-DC as its initial IP.
Under the Killer-Home-Lab Resource Group click on the KHL-Azure Virtual Network. At the KHL-Azure — DNS servers screen select Custom , enter Once this is complete the server will require a reboot. When the reboot is complete we will need to connect to our Azure VM KHL-DC via remote desktop. Once we are logged into KHL-DC we need to verity that it is using OP-DC as its DNS Server.
We can do that by running an NSLookup as shown below:. Now that we know we are correctly pointed to OP-DC lets promote KHL-DC as our 1 st Domain Controller in our Azure AD Site. As mentioned earlier in the article, in order to promote a R2 server to a Domain Controller we must first install the Active Directory Domain Services Binaries.
Deploying our Azure Domain Controller. At the Domain Controller Options screen enter a password under the Type the Directory Services Restore Mode DSRM password section then click Next. Once KHL-DC completes its reboot it is now a Domain Controller within the killerhomelab.
com Domain. Even though it has successfully been promoted, we must wait until it has completed replication before continuing. Next we will make another tweak to the KHL-DC and that will be to its IPv6 DNS Server Setting. Since we will not be configuring IPv6 in our lab, we will remove the IPv6 loopback entry from our IPv6 DNS Settings. Finally, we will be making one last change to our DNS Server settings on OP-DC.
We will be setting its DNS Server settings to point to KHL-DC for its Primary DNS and itself for Alternate DNS. Preferred DNS Server: Alternate DNS Server: We will do this by creating a test account on OP-DC and then forcing its replication to the KHL-DC.
At the Change Directory Server pop-up select KHL-DC. From within Server Manager click on Tools and select Active Directory Sites and Services. Arrange the 2 ADUC windows and 1 Active Directory Sites and Services window as shown below:.
From the OP-DC ADUC instance within the Left-Pane expand killerhomelab. com then right-click Users and select New User. At this point we have created our account on OP-DC but it has not been replicated over to KHL-DC. As shown above you can see that KHLUser1 exists on OP-DC but has not been replicated to KHL-DC. To force replication we will be using the Active Directory Sites and Services console which we opened earlier.
Follow the steps below to force the replication of the KHLUser1 object from OP-DC to KHL-DC. From the KHL-DC ADUC instance within the Left-Pane expand killerhomelab. com then right-click Users and select Refresh. As you can see our user KHLUser1 has successfully been replicated. You have now deployed a Multi-Site Active Directory Infrastructure!!! This completes Part 2 of the Killer Home Lab Series.
In Part 3 we will be deploying a PKI Infrastructure within our lab using Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services. In Part 2 of this series we configured our Azure VM and On-Premise VM as Domain Controllers and established 2 Active Directory Sites. In Production PKI deployments a two-tier CA Hierarchy is normally used. This consists of an Offline Root and at least 1 Issuing CA. For the purposes of time and the fact that this is a lab, we will be deploying a single certificate server on our On-Premise Domain Controller.
This article assumes that you have already completed Part 2 of this series or at least have a Domain Controller DC and are able to stand up 1 additional machine to act as our Online Certificate Status Protocol.
The first step will be installing the Active Directory Certificate Services Role on our On-Premise DC. Follow the steps below to get the role installed:. At the Select Role Services to Configure screen select Certification Authority then click Next. At the Specify the setup type of the CA screen select Enterprise CA then click Next. At the Specify the type of the CA screen select Root CA then click Next.
At the Specify the type of the private key screen select Create a new private key then click Next. At the Specify the cryptographic options screen select SHA as shown below then click Next. At the Specify the name of the CA screen change Common name for this CA: to the following then click Next :.
At the Specify the validity period screen enter 10 for the number of Years then click Next. Now that we have stood up our CA, it is time to set the values for our Certificates that will be issued. The two settings we will be customizing for this lab will the Certificate Distribution Point CDP and the Authority Information Access AIA. For this lab we will only be using an OCSP via our AIA extension. In order to use the OCSP we will be deploying a Web Server within Azure.
Follow the steps below to deploy a server within Azure:. So KHL-WEB is no longer available. In the Left-Pane click on Virtual Machines then click on KHL-WEB. At the KHL-WEB screen click on the Public IP address as shown below:. At the KHL-WEB-ip — Configuration screen under Assignment click Static , under DNS name label enter khl-web , then click Save. Scroll back to the Left-Side of the screen then click on Virtual Machines KHL-WEB.
At the KHL-WEB — Network interfaces screen click on the Network Interface as shown below:. Once we are logged into KHL-WEB we need to verity that it is using KHL-DC as its DNS Server.
We can do that by running NSLookup from a command prompt. Once logged in we will need to install IIS using the steps below:. Under the Configure this local server section click on Add roles and features. At the Select server roles screen select Active Directory Certificate Services then at the pop-up click Add Features. At the Select server roles screen select Web Services IIS then at the Add Roles and Features Wizard pop-up click Add Features then click Next.
At the Active Directory Certificate Services screen click Next. At the Select role services screen unselect Certificate Authority and select Online Responder , click Add Features then click Next. At the Confirm installation selections screen click Install. Now that we have installed the IIS and OCSP Binaries, we will need to create our directory that will be used to publish our CRL. Follow the steps below to create our Virtual Directory within IIS to host the CRL:. In the Left-Pane of the Internet Information Services IIS Manager expand KHL-WEB.
Expand Sites then right-click Default Web Site and select Add Virtual Directory. At the Virtual Directory pop-up under Alias enter CertEnroll then click …. At the Browse For Folder pop-up select Local Disk C: then click Make New Folder. In the Left-Pane right-click CertEnroll then click Edit Permissions.
At the CertEnroll Properties click on the Sharing tab then click Advanced Sharing. At the Advanced Sharing pop-up select Share this folder then click the Permissions button. At the Permissions for CertEnroll pop-up click the Add button. At the Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups pop-up click on Object Types and select Computers then click OK.
At the Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups pop-up enter OP-DC then click OK. At the Permissions for CertEnroll under Permissions for OP-DC click Full control from the Allow Column then click OK , OK and Close.
We will need utilize Split Brain DNS in order to provide Internal and External Name resolution for our domain. I have elliottfieldsjr. com registered so this domain is no longer available.
To complete the remaining parts of this blog I strongly recommend that you register your own Domain Name and utilize it for your External DNS Name Resolution. In order to determine the IP address we need these A Records to point to we will ping the Azure FQDN which will be in the following format:. In my case the IP assigned was This IP will need to resolve to the FQDN that we used for our Web Server Certificate that was issued in Part 3.
This FQDN is:. In order to provide Internal DNS Name Resolution follow the procedures listed below to create an AD Integrated DNS Zone and A records to support our Split DNS Configuration:.
Log onto OP -DC and from within Server Manager select Tools DNS. In the Left-Pane of the DNS Manager expand KHL-DC Forward Lookup Zones. At the Active Directory Zone Replication Scope screen click Next. At the Zone Name screen enter the name of the Domain that you registered then click Next. Example: it. In the Left-Pane select the DNS Zone you just created Example: it.
com then Right-click it and select New Host A or AAA …. At the New Host pop-up enter rdpweb for Name and At the New Host pop-up enter khl-ca for Name and Now we are finally ready to configure our CA extensions. We will start with 0. generating the URL that will be included within our Certificates as the AIA.
At the KHL-CA Properties pop-up click on the Extensions tab. then uncheck the following 3 options highlighted below:. comCertEnroll under location.
crl then click OK. Click Apply then Yes at the Certificate Authority pop-up. Use the Select extension pull-down menu and select Authority Information Access AIA. then uncheck the following Include in the AIA extension of issues certificates. Under Specify locations from which users can obtain the certificate for this CA click the Add button.
Select Include in the online certificate status protocol OCSP extension then click Apply then Yes at the Certificate Authority pop-up. Under the CA right-click Revoked Certificates as shown below and then select All Tasks Publish as shown below:. comCertEnroll and click OK then confirm that the Base CRL is published as shown below:. While this folder is opened we will be copying our OP-DC.
crt file to our publishing point as shown below:. Now that our CDP and AIA extensions are set correctly. We can create our Certificate Templates. Certificate Templates are used to deploy certificates with certain pre-configured settings.
The first certificate we will deploy will be our Web Server certificate. This certificate will be used later in this lab for our RD Web Server. In the Left-Pane expand KHL-CA then right-click Certificate Templates and select Manage.
In the Right-Pane right-click Web Server and select Duplicate Template. At the Certificate Templates Console click on the General tab. Under Template display name: enter KHL Web Server then select Publish certificate in Active Directory.
Click on the Request Handling tab and select the Allow private key to be exported. Click on the Security tab and select Authenticated users then under Permissions for Authenticated Users select Allow Enroll then click OK. In the Right-Pane right-click OCSP Response Signing and select Duplicate Template. Under Template display name: enter KHL OCSP Response Signing then select Publish certificate in Active Directory and change the Validity period to 2 years.
In the Left-Pane right-click Certificate Templates and select New Certificate Template to Issue. At the Enable Certificate Templates pop-up select KHL Web Server and KHL OCSP Response Signing then click OK. Now that we have finished configuring Templates, lets issue our first Certificate Request by using our Web Server. Log onto the Web Server KHL-WEB and follow the steps below to create and issue a certificate:. Under Subject name: use the pull-down menu and select Common name then enter rdpweb.
com under Value then click Add , OK , Enroll. At the Request Certificates screen select KHL OCSP Response Signing then click Enroll , then Finish. The last configuration we need to do with our Certificates is granting the Network Service Read access to the Private Key for our OCSP Response Signing Certificate.
Follow the steps below to grant this permission:. In the Right-Pane right-click KHL-WEB. com Make sure the Intended Purpose is OCSP Signing and select All Tasks Manage Private Keys. At the Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups pop-up enter NETWORK SERVICE then click OK. In the Group or user name: section highlight NETWORK SERVICE then in the Permissions for NETWORK SERVICE section uncheck Allow for Full control then click OK. Now that we have finished deploying and configuration our Certificates, lets configure our OCSP using the steps below:.
Within Server Manager click on the Yellow Caution Sign under Notifications then click on Configure Active Directory Certificate Services on the …. At the Specify Credentials to Configure Role Services click Next. At the Select Role Services to configure screen select Online Responder then click Next.
At the OCSP MMC right-click Revocation Configuration and select Add Revocation Configuration. At the Add Revocation Configuration wizard click Next. At the Name the Revocation Configuration screen enter KHL-CA then click Next. At the Select CA Certificate Location make sure Select a certificate for an Existing enterprise CA is selected then click Next.
At the Choose CA Certificate screen click the Browse button then select KHL-CA at the pop-up then click OK. At the Select Signing Certificate screen Manually select a signing certificate then click Next. At the Error pop-up click OK then click Provider …. At the Revocation Provider Properties enter the Base as shown below then click OK, then Finish :. In the Left-Pane expand Array Configuration and select KHL-WEB.
At the pop-up select KHL-WEB. In the Right-Pane click Refresh. Once Completed the OCSP should show as Working as shown below:. Now that we have finished configuring our OCSP, you have now deployed a PKI Infrastructure within your lab!!!
This completes Part 3 of the Killer Home Lab Series. In Part 4 we will be adding Remote Connectivity capabilities within our lab using Remote Desktop Services.
In Part 6 we securely published our Exchange Services using Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services ADFS and Web Application Proxy WAP. In Part 7 we will be setting up an Office Tenant and utilizing Azure AD Connect to sync our On-Premise users to this Tenant. In order to start Part 7 of our Lab we will need access to an Office Plan that includes at least Exchange.
In order to Sign-up Credit Card will be required , we will need to head to the following URL:. Under the Verify your phone number section select Call me , enter your valid Phone number then click Call me. After the Call me button is pushed the Verification code section will appear.
You will receive a call from Microsoft with a 6-Digit Code which should be entered under the Verification Code then click Continue. At the Customize your order screen enter the amount of Users you would like for your tenant In my case 2 then click Check out. At the legal agreement screen check the Agreement then re-type the same name shown under Customer under the Full name section then click Next. At the Payment screen enter your payment information then click Place order.
At the Welcome screen you will notice that some things are still being setup. Under the Office Business Essentials subscription setup is incomplete section click on Go to setup. At the Add a domain screen under I already own a domain section enter it. At the Verify domain screen make note of the details provided for the DNS TXT Record. This record will need to be created within your Name Registrar before continuing then once completed click Verify. Instead of using the wizard to create our first user, we will utilize the standard method of user creation by using our Admin Center Console.
Follow the procedures below to create our first user:. Then make sure to use the Domain pull-down menu and select gelvade. com , use the Password drop-down and select Let me create the password , enter a password , and uncheck Make this user change their password when they first sign in then click Add. At the User was added screen uncheck Send password in email then click Close. As you can see we now have 2 users within our Office Tenant. The first is our Admin Account which was created when we signed up and the second is the Test User2 Account that we just created.
Now it is time to sync our On-Premise accounts to our Tenant as well. In order to do this we will be using a Tool called Azure AD Connect. This product is based on Microsoft Identity Manager MIM and will be used to sync our account to Office as well as help us configure our existing ADFS Server for Single Sign-On.
In preparation for our Azure AD Connect customization we will need to create a specific OU that will be used to determine users that will by synced to our Office Tenant. Follow the steps below to create the OU:.
Open Server Manager then in the Upper-Right corner click on Tools and select Active Directory Users and Computers. In the Left-Pane right-click killerhomelab. com and select New Organizational Unit. At the New Object — Organizational Unit pop-up enter Office Users then click OK.
At the Move pop-up select Office Users then click OK. From within Internet Explorer navigate to the following URL and download Azure AD Connect :. From your Downloads folder double-click AzureADConnect. At the Welcome to Azure AD Connect screen select I agree to the license terms and privacy notice then click Continue. At the User sign-in screen select Federation with AD FS then click Next.
At the Connect to Azure AD screen enter the Admin Credentials you used during your Office Sign Up then click Next. At the Connect your directories screen enter the Domain Credentials for your killerhomelab. com Forest and click Add Directory then click Next. com is showing as Verified then click Next. At the Domain and OU filtering screen select Sync selected domains and OUs , expand killerhomelab.
com and uncheck everything except Office Users then click Next. At the Optional features screen select Exchange hybrid deployment then click Next. At the AD FS Farm screen select Use an existing Windows Server R2 AD FS farm then click the Browse button. At the Select Federation Servers screen enter KHL-ADFS in the Search field and hit Enter then select KHL-ADFS.
com and select OK , then click Next. At the Domain Administrator credentials screen enter your KHL Domain Admin Credentials then click Next. Note: In the event that this connection fails, log onto KHL-ADFS and run the following command:. At the Azure AD Domain screen use the DOMAIN pull-down menu and select it. At the Ready to configure screen make sure Start the synchronization process when configuration completes is selected then click Install.
At the Installation complete screen make sure the I have created DNS records that allow clients to resolve my federation service it. com from both the intranet and the extranet has been selected then click Verify. Now that we have completed our initial Azure AD Connect deployment, lets take a look at the changes it has made. We will start right here on KHL-DC which is our Azure AD Connect Server as well by taking a look at the Synchronization Service Manager.
This tool can be launched form the following location:. Once we are inside of the Synchronization Service Manager we will want to click on Connectors as shown below:. As you can see their are 2 connectors that Azure AD Connect created. The first is to our actual Active Directory Domain which is killerhomelab.
com and the second is to our Office Tenant. The default synchronization time is every 30 Minutes however if you would like to speed up this process you can follow the steps below to initiate an immediate Synchronization with Office Under Connectors in the Middle-Pane, right-click killerhomelab.
com and select Run. At the Run Connector windows under Run Profiles select Delta Import Stage Only then click on OK. At the Run Connector windows under Run Profiles select Delta Sychronization then click on OK. Under Connectors in the Middle-Pane, right-click gelvade. At the Run Connector windows under Run Profiles select Export then click on OK. Now we can head back over to Office to verify that Test User1 which was an On-Premise user has synced successfully.
At the Sign-in Page enter your Office Admin Credentials. Once logged in on the Left-Pane navigate to Users Active Users. You will now see that our On-Premise User Test User1 has now been synced up to Office Now it is time for us to test and review each users logon process.
We will start with our On-Premise User, Test User1. Close your existing browser and the re-launch and InPrivate Browsing session for Internet Explorer and follow the steps below:. Enter the Username for Test User1. You will be redirected to your ADFS Logon page since this user is using a Federated Domain. You will now notice that you have been redirected to your ADFS Logon page and your Username has been Auto populated.
Click on Sign in using an X. As shown below, you have now successfully used your On-Premise account to logon to Office using a Federated Logon. Now we have confirmed that our On-Premise account has been synced to Office and that we can use it to logon to Office We know that the account was synced using Azure AD Connect.
Now it is time to see what Azure AD Connect did to our ADFS Server to allow Federated Logon. Follow the steps below to review KHL-ADFS. Open Server Manager then in the Top-right corner click Tools AD FS Management.
In the Left-Pane expand Trust Relationships and select Relying Party Trusts. This Relying Party Trust is used to allow ADFS to trust logon requests redirected from the Office Portal. Now that we have our Synchronization and Authentication for User Accounts worked out, we are now finished with Part 7 of this Series. In Part 8 of our Series Configuring Exchange Hybrid Configuration Wizard , we will be Configuring our On-Premise Exchange to work with our Office Exchange Tenant.
A DDG Dynamic Distribution Group is a mail-enabled Active Directory group, object that is created to expedite the mass sending of email messages within an organization.
Unlike regular distribution groups that contain a defined set of members, the membership list for DDG is calculated each time a message is sent to the group, based on the filters and conditions defined by you. The selectable attributes for creating one or more rules are: State or province , Company , Department , Custom attributeN where N is a number from 1 to Look in Office Admin Center.
com EXT contoso. These users are external users of your organization. When internal users share internal contents with external users, such as documents from the SharePoint libraries, Office will automatically create accounts for these external users. These external users can be managed via Office admin center and SharePoint admin center.
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Step 1 Create a blank RDG file hopefully by now you have already downloaded RDC Manager, if not download and install it. Step 4 Paste the name and display name and IP address of the servers to be connected as shown in the Image below. RDG and open the file Note: If required you can click on the Root or Group and check the name of your liking. This process can be used to quickly update any XML. For eg. Prerequisites: -Create a new RBAC group from Exchange Admin Center — Permissions — Admin Roles.
txt with Impersonation it can be your Global Admin account -Create a log file under C:TempLog. com Once we are within the portal follow the steps below to create our Exchange Azure VM KHL-ADFS 1. At the Basics screen enter the following then click OK. At the Settings screen accept the defaults then click OK. At the Summary screen review your settings then click OK. Sit back and wait for you Azure VM to be created. It normally takes about minutes.
Follow the steps below to make these change 1. At the KHL-ADFS screen click on the Public IP address as shown below: 3. Under KHL-ADFS click on Network interfaces.
At the KHL-ADFS — Network interfaces screen click on the Network Interface as shown below: 8. Under the Network Interface click on IP configurations. At the IP configurations screen click on ipconfig1 as shown below: KHL-WAP 1. At the KHL-WAP screen click on the Public IP address as shown below: 3. Under KHL-WAP click on Network interfaces. At the KHL-WAP — Network interfaces screen click on the Network Interface as shown below: 8.
com 2. Under KHL-WAP-nsg click on Inbound security rules. Under KHL-WAP-nsg — Inbound security rules click on Add. At the KHL-WAP screen click on Connect. At the Pop-up click Save. At the next pop-up click on Open Folder. Once it is confirmed that we can communicate with KHL-DC we will connect to KHL-ADFS. Follow the steps below to connect to KHL-ADFS. At the KHL-ADFS screen click on Connect. Once it is confirmed that we can communicate with KHL-DC we will join this server to the domain using the steps below: 1.
Right-click on the Windows Logo and click on System. At the pop-up screen click on Change. Click Restart Now. At the Before you begin Next. At the Select installation type screen click Next. At the Select destination server screen click Next. At the Select server roles screen select Active Directory Federation Services then click Next. At the Select features screen click Next. At the Active Directory Federation Services AD FS screen click Next.
the Confirm installation selections screen click Install. When setup completes click Close. Log onto the ADFS Server KHL-ADFS and follow the steps below to create and issue a Federation Service Certificate as well as a Token-Signing Certificate: 1.
Log onto KHL-ADFS. Right-Click the Windows Log and select Run. Enter CERTLM. msc then click OK. At the Before You Begin screen click Next.
Right-click the Windows Logo and select Run. Enter certlm. At the Export File Format screen click Next. Click OK at the pop-up. Follow the steps below to create our KDS Root key and associate the Federation Service Name with it: 1. Log onto KHL-DC. Open an Elevated Powershell Prompt. Type the following then hit Enter : Add-KdsRootKey —EffectiveTime Get-Date.
AddHours New-ADServiceAccount FsGmsa —DNSHostName adfs. com Now that our KDS Root Key is successfully created, we can start our ADFS Configuration. Launch Server Manager and follow the steps below: 1. At the Specify Service Properties screen select and enter the following then click Next : SSL Certificate: adfs. com Federation Service Name: adfs. com Federation Service Display Name: Killer Home Lab 5.
At the Review Options screen click Next. At the Prerequisites Checks screen click Configure. At the Results screen click Close. In order to determine the IP address, we need these A Records to point to we will ping the Azure FQDN which will be in the following format: KHL-WAP. com In my case the IP assigned was Follow the steps below to add this record: 1.
Logon to KHL-DC 2. com adfs A Follow the steps below to install the WAP which is actually a part of the Remote Access Role: From the taskbar click on Server Manager.
At the Select server roles screen select Remote Access then click Next. At the Remote Access screen click Next. At the Select role services screen select Web Application Proxy then at the pop-up click Add Features then click Next. Log onto KHL-WAP 2.
At the Command Prompt type the following then hit Enter. msc 3. Log onto your Exchange Server KHL-EX and follow the procedures listed below: 1.
Once the file has been copied follow the steps below to import it Now that we have exported our Exchange SAN Certificate lets use the steps below to import it onto our WAP Server: 1.
Log onto KHL-WAP. We will need to copy the other copy of the Certificate Authority Certificate KHL-CA to the Trusted Root Certification Authority Store as shown below: We will now head back over to our ADFS Server to create our Relying Party Trusts, but first we must also make sure that our Managed Service Account has rights to this certificate.
Use the steps below to grant rights to your MSA: 1. Log onto KHL-ADFS 2. Repeat this process for your adfs-signing. com Certificate. To do this we will start by creating 3 files in notepad with the content shown below: IssuanceAuthorizationRules. Value ; RelyingPartyTrusts. txt C:IssuanceTransformRules. txt C:RelyingPartyTrust. ps1 Launch an Elevated Powershell as shown below and run C:RelyingPartyTrust.
ps1 Within the Shell navigate to the root of C: and run. ps1 So far we have did all of our work from Powershell. Follow the steps below: Click on the Windows Logo then click the Down Arrow then locate and open AD FS Management In the Left-Pane expand Trust Relationships then select Relying Party Trusts. As you can see our OWA and EAC Relying Party Trusts have been successfully created.
In the Left-Pane expand Service then select Certificates. In the Right-Pane click on Add Token-Signing Certificate. At the Private Key warning click OK. At the pop-up click Yes. txt -HideTableHeaders This command will create an output of the Thumbprints of all the ADFS Certificates onto the Exchange Server. Right-click the Windows Logo and select Run then enter the following: RAMgmtUI. exe 2. At the Welcome screen click Next. At the Federation Server screen enter the following then click Next : Federation service name: adfs.
com Password: blueberries User name: killerhomelabkhl-admin 4. At the Confirmation screen click Configure. Before creating our Publishing Rules we will need to grab a copy Now we will create our Publishing Rules on our WAP Server.
com with your public domain: WAP-Config. ps1 Now we will launch an Elevated Powershell Session to run our script. txt: Exchange-Config. Follow the steps below to complete this task: 1. Logon to KHL-DC. Right-click on the Windows Logo and select Run then enter the following and click OK : domain. Close the Active Directory Domains and Trusts mmc.
Right-click on the Windows Logo and select Run then enter the following and click OK : dsa. msc 7. Locate Test User1 and double-click it. At the Test User1 Properties click on the Account tab. Logon to KHL-ADFS1. Click on the Windows Logo then click on the Down Arrow. Under Administrative Tools click on AD FS Management. Follow the steps below to grant Test User1 temporary Administrative Rights on our Exchange Server in order to issue a User Certificate: 1. Log off of KHL-EX. Enter certmgr. In the Left-Pane right-click Personal then select All Tasks Request New Certificate 5.
Once the file has been copied follow the steps below to import it Now that we have exported our Test User1 Certificate lets use the steps below to import it onto our Test Workstation: 1. At a Command Prompt type the following then hit Enter.
msc 2. At the Certificate Store screen click Next. At the pop-up click OK. We will need to copy the Certificate Authority Certificate KHL-CA to the Trusted Root Certification Authority Store as shown below: Now we are ready to head back to our ADFS Portal and test our login with our Newly created Certificate.
Deploying On-Premise Infrastructure Lets get started with deployment of our On-Premise Router. The requirements to complete this lab are listed below: Multi-Homed Windows R2 Server with at least 1GB of RAM On-Premise Router On-Premise Windows R2 VM On-Premise Domain Controller Azure Windows R2 VM Azure Domain Controller The Router should have 1 NIC joined to the Internal Network which will be on the same subnet as your servers and workstations and 1 NIC joined to the External Network connected to your ISP.
Right-click on the Windows Logo and click on Run. Enter ncpa. cpl then click OK. Right-click on Ethernet 2 then click Rename and enter Internal.
Right-click on Ethernet then click Rename and enter External. Right-click on Internal then click Properties. Select Use the following IP address: and enter the following: 8. Click OK , then Close. Right-click on External then click Properties. Under the This connection uses the following items: uncheck the following options then click OK , Close : Client for Microsoft Networks File and Print Sharing for Microsoft Next need to identify the Public IP Address provided by your ISP on your external adapter.
Since this lab is based on your External Connection being directly bound to your Windows R2 router, you can obtain this by running an ipconfig on your router: For this lab my ISP has given me the Creating Azure Networks We will now need to login to our Azure Subscription. com The first thing we will want to do is create a Resource Group.
To do this follow the steps below: 1. In the Left-Pane click on Resource groups. At the Resource group screen enter a name under Resource group name and select a Resource group location of your choice then click Create as shown below: 4. At the Virtual network screen click Create. Note: This process can take up to minutes. At the Create local gateway network screen enter the following Name, IP address, Address space and select Killer-Home-Lab as the Resource Group then click Create as shown below: At the Summary screen click OK.
Log-onto On-Premise Router. Follow the steps below to do this: Log onto your Spare On-Premise. Right-click on Ethernet then click Properties. Select Use the following IP address: and enter the following: 7. Click OK, then Close. Enter compmgmt. Enter khl-admin then hit Enter.
com Once we are within the portal follow the steps below to create our 1 st Azure VM 1. At the KHL-DC screen click on the Public IP address as shown below: 3. Under KHL-WEB click on Network interfaces. At the KHL-DC — Network interfaces screen click on the Network Interface as shown below: 8.
At the KHL-DC screen click on Connect. At the Elevated Command Prompt enter the command below: Netsh advfirewall set allprofiles state off 8. Repeat steps on your On-Premise Spare Server OP-DC Now we should have connectivity between our Azure VM and On-Premise VM as shown below: In Part 2 of this series we will configure our Azure VM and On-Premise VM as Domain Controllers and establish 2 Active Directory Sites J Enjoy, Elliott.
Using the steps below rename our On-Premise VM: Log onto your On-Premise Server. Under Computer name: enter OP-DC then click OK , OK , OK then click Yes to restart. Installing Active Directory Domain Service Binaries Unlike previous versions of Active Directory.
This can be done following the steps below: Log onto OP-DC. From the taskbar click on Server Manager. At the Before you begin screen click Next. At the Select server roles screen select Active Directory Domain Services then click Next at the Add features… pop-up click Add Features then Next. At the Active Directory Domain Services screen click Next. Deploying our On-Premise Domain Controller In the Right-Pane click on the Yellow Caution Sign then click Promote this server to a domain controller.
At the Deployment Configuration screen under the Select the deployment operation section select Add a new forest. Under the Specify the domain information for this operation section enter killerhomelab. com for the Root domain name then click Next. At the DNS Options screen click Next.
At the Additional Options screen click Next. At the Paths screen click Next. To achieve this, we will use PowerShell. As a reminder, our network configuration:.
GalSyncTenantA, IP Range Since the diagram shows exporting to and importing from the GalSyncShared forest, we’ll need to be able to locate that forest from each of the account forests.
So, we can run this in each of the account forests:. In the previous post, we configured some network security groups. Now, it’s time to test them out!
As the solution requires, we need to verify that we have network connectivity to our resource forest from our account forests. Grab the AAD Network Tool and run it from each of the account forest DCs GTSA-DC and GTSB-DC, in my lab with the following parameters:.
This test verifies that all of the networking and name resolution prerequisites are met in order to be able to add another AD connector to AAD Connect. Run this in each account forest and attempt to communicate with the resource forest. In this step, we’re going to prepare the resource forest and delegated service accounts.
Similar to a standard mutli-forest configuration, we’re going to need to specify an account to use to connect with in the remote resource forest. We’re also going to specify which organizational unit structure we want to scope our connector to well, we need to create it first, technically. Now that we have name resolution and network connectivity established as well as an OU structure in the resource forest, we’re going to start the AAD Connect configuration.
A brief overview:. These steps will establish the connectivity between AAD Connect and the resource forest and configure the run steps that will allow connector to execute later.
These steps will be performed on each of the account forest AAD Connect servers. Run profiles are action definitions for the connector. For example, if AAD Connect calls a profile with the Full Import action, it will import all objects in scope in the connected directory. For this custom configuration, we’re going to create a custom metaverse attribute to hold a unique value that we can assign to objects in the remote forest.
In the event that we have two objects with otherwise identical properties for example, two users name John Smith , we can use this stored value which is unique to this installation to ensure uniqueness of objects going to the resource forest. The synchronization rules is where all of the magic happens. You can download this script , which is all of the rules assembled here. If you have used a different custom attribute in the Metaverse, you’ll need to specify it with -CustomMetaverseAttribute.
To run the script:. Or, if you’re a glutton for punishment, you can go through the process outlined here to create the sync rules manually. The purpose of this rule is to populate the CustomMailNickname attribute on the objects that will be going to the Shared GAL.
It will be used to help construct unique names in the event that multiple source objects have the same alias value. Invoke-ADSyncRunProfile -ConnectorName “tenant. com – AAD” -RunProfileName “Delta Import”. Invoke-ADSyncRunProfile -ConnectorName “activedirectory. com” -RunProfileName “Delta Synchronization”. com – AAD” -RunProfileName “Delta Synchronization”. If you ran the script at the top of this post, it would have created a custom sync schedule script for you.
You can execute that, or, if you created your own custom sync schedule script, run that instead. You should be able to click on the Shared GAL connector to see the progress.
Now that we have objects running through the synchronization rules, we should be able to check a few places to make sure that objects are flowing. Next, after a round of sync cycles, you should be able to check your tenants for objects from the partner organizations forest as contact objects.
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Execute the following: adtserver. exe -c and choose the certificate to be used This command will allow you to bind the certificate to the service. ACS requires mutual authentication between Forwarder s and Collector s servers, prior to the exchange of information between them, to secure the authentication process is encrypted between these two.
When the Forwarder and the Collector reside in the same Active Directory domain or in Active Directory domains that have established trust relationships, they will use Kerberos authentication mechanisms provided by Active Directory. But when the Forwarder and Collector are in different domains with no trust relationship, other mechanisms must be used to satisfy the mutual authentication requirement in a secure way.
Here comes the use of certificates to ensure that authentication between these 2 parties Forwarder and Collector can take place, thus start exchanging information between them. One of the key features of System Center Configuration Manager is Application deployment. Most of our enterprise customers have invested heavily in their administrative time and skills in managing the deployment of applications to thousands of machines within their environment.
With numerous applications deployed to collections my enterprise customer found difficulty in tracking application failures across their environment. The issue they encountered was most reports they attempted only provided the ability to report on the application deployment creation date, this is a limitation when applications are created and deployed months ago but remain active in a large environment.
After much deliberation we concluded that the customer needed as a start the ability to report on machines that failed their application deployment in the last week or timeline they specified regardless of when the application deployment was initially created.
The timeline can be modified with the report parameters. The limitation with this report however is that it only provides information to administrators for application deployments created within specified date range specified in the input parameters.
The customer required a method to remove machines with direct membership from multiple collections that are targeted with applications and decided that they would incorporate a PowerShell script to achieve this on a weeklymonthly basis. The best approach for the customer was to populate an input text file where they can manage the names of Application Portal collections they chose to target. The PowerShell script would be scheduled by Task Scheduler.
Purpose : This script removes collection direct membership from a list. txt to specify application deployment collections. txt will need to be created in the same folder as the PowerShell Script as the script will reference the parent folder. Once the PowerShell script has executed, the below report is scheduled to run. This report records the list of collections that were modified by the PowerShell script.
I have included the Date input parameters with a default offset of 1 day. This is the second report also scheduled to run after the PowerShell script. This report displays the list of machines that still have direct membership. If this occurs, Administrators can troubleshoot further. Monitoring of Application Deployment for most organizations is a time-consuming task therefore in creating a process that is easy to follow, it will always benefit administrators allowing them to monitor and maintain large environments.
I hope the information shared in the above scenario is helpful. This sample script is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind. Microsoft further disclaims all implied warranties including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk arising out of the use or performance of this sample script and documentation remains with you.
In no event shall Microsoft, its authors, or anyone else involved in the creation, production, or delivery of this script be liable for any damages whatsoever including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other pecuniary loss arising out of the use of or inability to use this sample script or documentation, even if Microsoft has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Windows 10 version for now is available on Windows Insider Preview program.
After switching between the App modes, any App or Windows UI that support theme will be updated including File Explorer. Observe that the clipboard also shows the images that were copied and gives you the option to pin the items to use all the time:.
In addition to the clipboard history, it is also possible to copy the content across the devices that have at least Windows 10 version version. Most organizations using System Center Configuration Manager implement collections configured for maintenance tasks. Administrators generally monitor these collections on a weeklymonthly schedule and in some instances are required to delete the machines within these collections for example collections containing Obsolete Clients.
My customer was looking for a method to streamline their weeklymonthly maintenance tasks were they currently manually delete machines from multiple collections.
Note, use this script with extreme caution as machines are deleted from the SCCM database therefore always ensure the correct collection names are populated in the input text file.
Test this script in your lab environment to ensure it works as desired. This script performs the following actions: – CAUTION, deletes machines from SCCM in specified collections – Updates the collection membership – Creates a Logfile with Date, Time, Collection Name and Machine Names This script does NOT: – Remove the collection rulesquery.
System Center Configuration Manager is a product that has a broad offering of features. Administrators at times can be overwhelmed by operational activities and overlook monitoring of maintenance collections or performing maintenance tasks.
Automation of tasks to run on regular schedule can provide consistency in maintaining the health of your environment. The above script can be configured to run on a regular basis using Task Scheduler. Stop hurting yourself by: Not applying the non-security updates for Windows and Windows Server. Stop hurting yourself by: Not updating the drivers and firmware in Windows and Windows Server. Stop hurting yourself by: Disabling IPv6, why do you really do it?
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OneNote remains one of the best tools in the classroom and, when used in combination with MS Teams for Education, it can be a real game changer. In late October a blog post referred to new “Cloud Attachments” for OneNote and I’ve been waiting to see what this actually means. When you attach a file stored in the cloud i. on your OneDrive to your OneNote page your file will be synced with the latest changes through OneDrive. Once your cloud attachment is on the page, OneNote will upload the file into OneDrive, which makes real-time editing and collaborating on the file easy.
Your notebook will display a live preview if it is an Office document, so you can see changes made to the file in real time. An example of an embedded document with live changes displayed directly inside OneNote. Whilst the instructions on the blog post reference uploading to OneDrive, if your OneNote is actually a Class NoteBook, then this file is uploaded directly into the Teams for Education “Files” tab – with permissions set to allow students to edit by default. To see this in action, check out the YouTube clip at the top of the page acknowledgement to Crispin for recording this for me!
Note: This is does require a setting change under the Options in OneNote so follow the instructions on the video, otherwise this feature may not be available for you just yet. This is an awesome addition to OneNote and really shows the value of using MS Teams for Education as the platform for all classroom interaction, including the hosting of the OneNote Class Notebook.
In particular:. I love the continued evolution of the product in this space and this latest “Cloud Attachments” should be a big win for educators and students alike. The Flow checker appears in the command bar of the designer and will show a red dot when one or more errors are identified in your flow, the Flow checker points to specific occurrences within the flow where improvements may be required.
Then more importantly, you learn how to implement these improvements by following detailed guidance provided in the designer. Currently only basic scenarios are covered but this should be exciting to watch as it improves and matures. Second do you want to shape the future of Flow and join our user reseearch panel , the engineering group is looking to learn from your experiences and make a better product.
Windows Server is once again generally available. docker pull mcr. Just like the Windows Server release, the Windows Server Core container image is the only Windows base image in our Long-Term Servicing Channel. The Nanoserver and Windows base images continue to be Semi-Annual Channel releases only. You can now pull any Windows base image:tag combination from the MCR Microsoft Container Registry.
Change the string to the new syntax and use the same tag docker pull mcr. Docker Hub continues to be the preferred medium for container image discovery. The Windows Server VM images for the Azure gallery will be rolling out within the next few days and will come packaged with the most up-to-date Windows Server container images.
You can read more about version compatibility and selecting the appropriate tag on our container docs. For more information, please visit our container docs at aka. Let us know in the comments below or send me a tweet.
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Then click Import Management Agent and point to the saved XML file and click OPEN. Click Next. Enter the information for the additional SharePoint CA. Server, port, domain, User Name, Password then click Next. You may now click next through the rest of the wizard as everything will be the defaults. Open SynchronizationRulesExtensions. cs located at D:MIMSharePointSynchronization to edit. I used NotePad. Close and save file. Open PowerShell ISE as admin and edit SharePointSynchronization.
psm1 located at D:MIMSharePointSynchronization. Save script. Click the Green arrow in the top ribbon to load the script module. Now that the module is loaded. Run Publish-SynchronizationAssembly -Path D:MIMSharePointSynchronizationSynchronizationRulesExtensions.
cs —Verbose this will recompile SharePointSynchronization. dll and update the directory C:Program FilesMicrosoft Forefront Identity ManagerSynchronization ServiceExtensions. Run a full import You can also Schedule Full and Incremental imports with task Scheduler. Jeff Mitchell, Cloud Solution Architect The end is nigh! For our partners, the time to start is now!
Customers can choose from one of three options: Upgrade to Windows Server or and continue running on-premises Migrate Windows Server into Azure to become eligible for 3 years of free Extended Security Updates Modernize applications that are running on your at-risk servers into containers and ideally run them in Azure In-place upgrade Be aware that there is no direct path to upgrade from Windows Server to Windows Server and beyond.
Migrate Azure Site Recovery recently announced support for migrating Windows Server into Azure including bit versions. Quite the sticky wicket. The output at the end will tell you the rule’s name and guid, as well as how it’s configured. Whoa—my deployment is vulnerable to a brute-force attack? Dev Chat for Azure, Office and Dynamics Chat with a Microsoft support engineer and get the technical tips you need to build apps. Lost yet?
Without further ado Prepare Office Tenants First thing’s first. Prepare Azure AD Virtual Infrastructure If you don’t have a lot of experiencing deploying virtual infrastructure in Azure, I’m going to go through the steps I used to create this environment. Specifically, I’m going to create: Virtual Networks – One of the requirements is that all three of the environments be able to talk to each other. In the real world, you may have separate infrastructures separated by VPNs and physical networking.
For purposes of the lab, all three of these machines will be in the different networks, since that’s how you’ll probably encounter it. If you go to do this for real, you’ll have to ensure the each of the account forests GalSyncTenantA and GalSyncTenantB have line of sight and connectivity to the resource forest GalSyncShared. We’ll go over the specific networking requirements later. Network Security Groups – Think of Network Security Groups as firewall rules or router access control lists in the cloud.
NSGs are sets of rules that determine what traffic is allowed to move between networks and hosts. Virtual Machines – In order to meet the requirements for installing AAD Connect, I’ll need a machine that meets the minimum specifications.
I’ll be preparing the environments by extending them with the Exchange schema so they host all of the attributes that we’re going to need. Then, I’ll be stocking them with about 10, users each. Create virtual networks I want all of the virtual machines in my lab to be able to talk to each other. My virtual network settings: GalSyncTenantA If you don’t already have any subscriptions, you’ll need to acquire one of those.
We do offer some trial subscriptions , so if you want to follow along with me, you’ll need some way to do this. You can also do this in your on-premises infrastructure or gasp with another provider. Ensure Resource manager is selected as the deployment model since this is and click Create. Select the options for your first virtual network and click Create.
I’m going to name them to match the forests and tenants that we’ll be using, so hopefully it will be obvious which ones we’re acting against in the later parts of this lab. I created a new resource group, because I want to be able to identify all of the resources associated with this project.
Note: You can create a virtual network and then divide it logically into smaller subnets–for example, you could create a network of In order to route between subnets, you need to create a standard subnet and a Gateway subnet inside the same network.
As a bonus, they can’t overlap. To keep my math simple, I’m going to create two subnets per network: a standard subnet to be used for “devices” at Lather, rinse, and repeat steps for your other two virtual networks. After you’ve created your virtual networks, go check them out! Click All services , type Virtual Networks and then click the Virtual Networks link not the Virtual Networks Classic link.
You should be greeted with something similar to this a resource group and three virtual networks associated with it : Click on a virtual network, and then select Subnets. As I described earlier, I created a “normal” subnet in the On to Network Security Groups!
Create Network Security Groups As mentioned earlier, we need to ensure connectivity from each of the account forests to the resource forest. We’re going to create a NSG to allow GSTA and GSTB to communicate with GSS on the following ports: 53 – DNS – RPC PortMapper – LDAP – SMB – LDAP over SSL optional, you can configure AAD Connect to connect securely – Global Catalog – RDP optional, but during the configuration, I’d like to be able to reach the DC in GSS from either of the account forests We’re going to create a network security group for each virtual network.
When you create a new network security group, it is automatically populated with the following rules: Default security rules Azure creates the following default rules in each network security group that you create: Inbound AllowVNetInBound Priority Source Source ports Destination Destination ports Protocol Access VirtualNetwork VirtualNetwork All Allow. Priority Source Source ports Destination Destination ports Protocol Access AzureLoadBalancer 0. Priority Source Source ports Destination Destination ports Protocol Access 0.
Priority Source Source ports Destination Destination ports Protocol Access VirtualNetwork VirtualNetwork All Allow. As a reminder, this is the what the overall solution will look like: And, as I mentioned in part 1 : Please don’t call Premier asking for support on this. Create Dns Conditional Forwarding Zones As I stated in the original solution description, we’re going to leverage the default Active Directory connectors. As a reminder, our network configuration: GalSyncTenantA, IP Range local SchemaMaster : GSTA-DC.
com GalSyncTenantB, IP Range local SchemaMaster : GSTB-DC. local SchemaMaster : GSS-DC. local In the previous post, we configured some network security groups. ps1 -DCs gss-dc. local -ActiveDirectory -ForestFQDN gsshared. local -Dns -Network This test verifies that all of the networking and name resolution prerequisites are met in order to be able to add another AD connector to AAD Connect.
Prepare the Resource Forest In this step, we’re going to prepare the resource forest and delegated service accounts. Log into the resource forest domain controller. In my lab, this is gss-dc. Launch Active Directory Users and Computers. Create an Organizational Unit called something easy to identify, such as Shared GAL.
Then, underneath it, create an OU for each organization that will be utilizing the shared resource forest. and In the users container or any other container not in the Shared GAL path , create two new users–one for each tenant.
I’m going to name my accounts pretty obvious names: admin-tenanta and admin-tenantb. Select View Advanced Features. Click Add , add admin-tenanta , and then click the Full Control check box under the Allow column. Click Advanced, and then click the entry for admin-tenanta. Click Edit. Ensure This object and all descendant objects is selected in addition to Full Control. Click OK. Create Connector for Resource Forest Now that we have name resolution and network connectivity established as well as an OU structure in the resource forest, we’re going to start the AAD Connect configuration.
A brief overview: Stop AAD Connect Sync Cycle Schedule Establish a new connector Create Run Profiles Create metaverse attribute These steps will establish the connectivity between AAD Connect and the resource forest and configure the run steps that will allow connector to execute later.
Disable AAD Connect Schedule Launch an elevated PowerShell window. Click the Operations tab, and then select Create from the Actions Pane or right-click Create in the empty area. Select the type of connector as Active Directory Domain Services. Enter a name and a description and click Next. Enter the resource forest name, the admin account created previously for this account forest, password, and the DNS domain name.
Select the domain partition shown, and then click the Containers button. Deselect all containers except the Shared GAL container created previously. Click OK when finished. On the Configure Provisioning Hierarchy page, click Next without making any changes. On the Select Object Types page, click contact to add it to the list of selected object types. On the Select Attributes page, click the Show All checkbox, and then select the following attributes: c cn co company department description displayName division extensionAttribute1 extensionAttribute10 extensionAttribute11 extensionAttribute12 extensionAttribute13 extensionAttribute14 extensionAttribute15 extensionAttribute2 extensionAttribute3 extensionAttribute4 extensionAttribute5 extensionAttribute6 extensionAttribute7 extensionAttribute8 extensionAttribute9 facsimileTelephoneNumber givenName homePhone info initials l mail mailNickname middleName mobile msExchRecipientDisplayType msExchRecipientTypeDetails objectGUID otherHomePhone otherTelephone pager physicalDeliveryOfficeName postalAddress postalCode postOfficeBox proxyAddresses sn st street streetAddress targetAddress telephoneAssistant telephoneNumber title Click OK to complete the creation of the connector.
Create Run Profiles Run profiles are action definitions for the connector. On the Connections tab, right-click on the Shared GAL connector and click Configure Run Profiles. Click New Profile. Enter Full Import in the name field and click Next. Select the Full Import step type and click Next. Click Finish. Enter Full Synchronization in the name field and click Next.
Select the Full Synchronization step type and click Next. Enter Delta Import in the name field and click Next. Select the Delta Import Stage Only step type and click Next. Enter Delta Synchronization in the name field and click Next.
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