Last week Microsoft released the private preview of ‘publish applications to individual users’. In this blogpost I’ve described the steps needed to activate this functionality and how you can use it with Azure AD groups. In this blogpost I want to explain how Azure AD Group Self-service can be used to grant access to applications and provide user self-service functionalities. The Azure Groups functionality requires an Azure AD Premium license for each user. This license is included in the Enterprise Mobility license.
Last week the Azure RemoteApp team introduced the ‘most-voted’ feature in Azure RemoteApp: ‘Publish applications to individual users’. This functionality is now in private preview and can be requested by filling in this survey: http://www.instant.ly/s/AY83p/nav. When it’s enabled for your subscription you can publish applications to individual users. In this blogpost I want to explore this new functionality and look into how it can be activated and configured. I’m also looking into combining this new functionality with publishing applications based on group membership. If you want to try it yourself you can find the documentation here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/remoteapp-perapp/
The last month it was really quiet on my blog. The reason for this was that several projects took all my spare time. Since these project are now on track I can start blogging again. You can expect in the coming weeks blogposts about the following topics:
- Blogpost about the ‘Publish applications to individual users in an Azure RemoteApp collection (Preview)’;
- Last part of the User Environment Management blog series covering RES Workspace Management Suite;
- Blogpost about saving your Users data in the cloud with Azure RemoteApp and Office365.
Beside blogging on my own blog I’m also one of the bloggers of the Microsoft Operations Management Suit blog which you can find here. On this blog you will find a lot of information regarding the Operations Management Suite. My focus on this blog will be using OMS to monitor you RDS or Azure RemoteApp environment.
Hope to see you back in the coming weeks!