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Can Azure VM's join a local domain, and if so, how?

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   Is it possible to join Windows VM's to a local domain? And if so, how?
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Create a site to site VPN between your local network and azure. You can then join the VMs to your domain and even place a VM DC on azure for times with the VPN is down or where greater performance is desired.
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So can we do this with any number of firewalls?
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Azure doesn't change the rules of basic networking. You'll have to have the appropriate firewall exceptions.
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Got it. Just wanted to make sure. Thanks!
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