-> I am planning to create a series of blogs on Azure Active Directory and how SQL server can be connected using Azure AD.
Other Blogs in this Series, -> Integrate Azure Active Directory with Active Directory in Azure Virtual Machine -> Create a login in Azure Virtual Machine Active Directory and Sync it to Azure Active Directory -> Connecting Azure SQL Database using Azure Active Directory – Password / Azure Active Directory – Universal with MFA
-> In this blog we will discuss the procedures using which we will be able to login to Azure Virtual machine using Azure Active Directory credentials.
Create an Azure virtual Machine
-> Basics tab is shown as below,
-> Select appropriate settings for Disks and Networking tab.
-> Management tab as shown below. This is the tab where we will enable “Login with Azure Active Directory” option,
-> Open the virtual machine jbvm in Azure portal and click on “Access Control (IAM)”. Click on “+ Add” and click on “Add role assignment”,
-> Click on Save,
-> Lets try connecting to Azure Virtual Machine jbvm using the Azure Active Directory account.
-> Login to Azure virtual machine will be possible using Azure Active Directory logins from now on.
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