Microsoft Azure Portal - Validation and Configuration

Some of the Azure prerequisite tasks require elevated permissions to the Azure subscription (great than Contributor). In this exercise, a few tasks have already been completed. You will view and gather data from these tasks.

Authenticate to Azure Portal

1. Connect your end point device to the VMware VPN to ensure Workspace One SSO.

2. Open a web browser and navigate to https://portal.azure.com.

3. Select or enter your VMware email address to have WS1 SSO authenticate you to the Azure portal.

Review App registrations

1. From the Azure portal, select Azure Active Directory.

2. Select App registrations.

3. Make sure "All apps" is selected.

4. See the Student Data Worksheet for filter input.

5. See the Student Data Worksheet for the App registration display name, and select it.

Gather App Registration Data

1. Copy the Application ID and record it to your Student Data Worksheet for later use.

2. Select Settings.

3. Select Keys.

4. Note the value of the key is hidden. This will be provided by the lab instructor.

Gather AD Info

1. Select Azure Active Directory.

2. Select Properties.

3. Copy the Directory ID and record it to your Student Data Worksheet for later use.

Review Resource Providers

1. Select Cost Management + Billing.

2. Select Subscriptions.

3. Copy the subscription name and record it to your Student Data Worksheet for later use.

4. Copy the subscription ID and record it to your Student Data Worksheet for later use.

5. Select Resource providers.

6. Verify the appropriate resource providers have been registered.

Create Virtual Network (VNet)

1. Select Virtual networks.

2. Select Add.

3. Complete the Create virtual network page using the values from the Student Data Worksheet.

4. Select Create.

Configure DNS on VNet

1. Select the VNet you created in the previous exercise.

2. Select DNS servers.

3. Select Custom, and enter the value from the Student Data Worksheet.

4. Save the configuration.

Peer Student VNet to Active Directory VNet

1. Select Peerings.

2. Select Add.

Configure Peering

1. Complete the Add peering form from the Student Data Worksheet (Configure VNet Peering - Peer 1).

2. Be sure to enable Allow forwarded traffic and Allow gateway transit.

3. Select OK.

Peer Active Directory VNet to Student VNet

1. Select Virtual networks.

2. Select the Active Directory VNet. This was used in the previous exercise, and can be found in the Student Data Worksheet (Configure VNet Peering - Peer 2).

3. Select Peerings.

4. Select Add.

Configure Peering

1. Complete the Add peering form from the Student Data Worksheet.

2. Be sure to enable Allow forwarded traffic and Allow gateway transit.

3. Select OK.

1 Comments

Rick Terlep

1. List the AD Peer name in 2nd Peering exercise.
2. Put in more descriptive titles / notes in the student data worksheet.
3. Tell the students to save their worksheet from time to time.
4. Bold anything in steps that we expect them to read in UI and select. For example, "Peerings", "Add:" "Allow forwarded traffic"...

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