We are wanting to do some testing in Azure. I've spent the past two weeks trying to make the following scenario work but keep hitting speed bumps. Any advice would be greatly appreciated:
I've created an Azure 2012 server. I would like to have this be a member of our local AD domain. I would also like to have the test users be able to use their local AD credentials to log onto the Azure server and our application. Example:
Azure server name:
Local AD domain name:
Local test user credentials:
Ultimately TestAzureServer would be a member of 4dcompany.com and Paul J would log on as firstname.lastname@example.org, thereby being authenticated in the domain for our application.
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