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  1. In Azure AD Connect, enable Group Writeback for *all* types of Azure groups (including Security groups, Mail-enabled Security groups, and Ex

    In Azure AD Connect, enable Group Writeback for all types of Azure groups (including Security groups, Mail-enabled Security groups, and Exchange distribution groups). This will enable us to utilize the Group Writeback feature to meet our business requirements. It is our opinion that the limitation of Azure AD Connect Group Writeback which restricts to only Microsoft 365 Groups greatly reduces the value of the feature, and we would like to understand why Microsoft decided to limit Group Writeback to only handle Microsoft 365 Groups. We would like to use Group Writeback for all types of Azure groups (including Security groups,…

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  2. Add the ability to enable and configure access-based enumeration (ABE) for Azure Files Shares

    Add the ability to enable and configure access-based enumeration (ABE) for Azure Files Shares

    119 votes
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  3. granularity for delegation of azure app permissions

    We need more granularity for the delegation of azure app permissions to developers and administrators.
    Administrators and developers require that an app must be restricted to a specific group of users or objects. For a group in a single tenant, there is no granular authorization for groups of users or objects (such as Sharepoint online sites, teams and other resources).
    Developers can do this by using popular authorization patterns, such as: B. Azure's role-based access control (Azure RBAC). However, this approach involves a considerable amount of work for developers.
    We would like a delegation of authorizations in a single tenant…

    81 votes
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  4. support multiple values for the same key when tagging. If i want to allocate multiple departments while tagging i should be able to do that.

    Currently AzureRM tagging only supports one value for one key. This means if i want to tag multiple departments to one resource it is incapable of handling it.

    78 votes
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  5. Get more information in Microsoft Authenticator notifications

    Using MFA with Microsoft Authenticator, we can only see the username. It woulde be useful get also the application and the devices that is requesting the approval. It is difficult to determine if it is right when multiples applications are in use (Outlook, OneDrive, Skype...)

    72 votes
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  6. Allow granular management access of AAD groups by service principals

    We have a scenario where we would like to use automation to manage membership of an AAD group.

    We assign group owner permissions to the service principal. However, operations against that group (using Powershell cmdlets like Add-AzureAdGroupMember) fail with a 403 Forbidden.

    We cannot grant Directory.ReadWrite permissions to the AAD application, because that would allow write permissions on the entire AAD directory, not just the group that the AAD application owns.

    According to Azure support, the scenario where I would like my service principal to manage groups that it owns is not currently possible. Can we make it possible?

    60 votes
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  7. Azure VPN with Azure MFA should require two-factor authentication every time it connects

    We are using Azure VPN client with Azure MFA, and the client requires the second factor (code via SMS) only when the user connects for the first time. After that, every time we click on the VPN icon, the VPN client connects automatically, ignoring the MFA requirement, even if we log off the user or turn off the PC. It seems that, after the first authentication with MFA, the client turns into a "one-factor authentication" access, requiring only userid and password. If someone obtains the Windows credentials for a user, an attacker with access to the laptop can connect remotely…

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  8. Migration of Azure CSP subscriptions to EA tenants

    It's relatively straightforward to migrate an Azure EA subscription into CSP, but not in the opposite direction.

    There's a workaround available to move CSP subscriptions out into EA tenants (by using a separate PAYG subscription as a temporary staging area), but it has issues and is not commonly documented.

    Please refine, formalise and publish the process.

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  9. Support for ManageEngine MDM when requiring device compliance in Azure Conditional Access

    We use ManageEngine MDM for managing mobile devices. We want to use conditional access policies to ensure the device has been marked as compliant by ManageEngine MDM before allowing access to certain applications.

    Currently Azure AD Conditional Access Policies only supports InTune for checking device compliance as described @ https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-conditional-access-policy-connected-applications#trusted-devices. This should be extended to support ALL 3rd party EMM solutions.

    57 votes
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  10. SQL Server Management Studio - IntelliSense for Azure SQL Datawarehouse

    Currently, we can't use IntelliSense for developing Azure SQL Datawarehouse in SQL Server Management Studio or even Visual Studio.
    That's a very basic feature for all developers and should be TOP(1) priority for your development team.
    Current (but not a very good one) workaround is using Visual Studio Code... but even here, there's a bug. IntelliSense only works, if the user has read permissions on EVERY database that is available on that Azure SQL Server.

    52 votes
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  11. Allow GitHub Enterprise to be a source to sync Azure Automation Accounts

    Currently there is only three options under the source control blade which allows you to sync Azure Automation Accounts with the latest runbooks. I would like there to be an option to use GitHub Enterprise as a source as a lot of the work that is developed can not be stored on a normal GitHub and my organization pays for GitHub Enterprise

    46 votes
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  12. Prevent Account Lockout due to Brute Force Attack

    Currently Azure Active Directory is locking Office 365 user accounts based on the number of failed sign-ins. If the user credentials are entered incorrectly, it does not check or verify existing Azure Conditional Access Policy, whether this account can sign-in from that location (Country or IP address) or not, because the authentication was not successful.

    To prevent Azure AD account lockouts, can you design the Modern Authentication system in Azure AD to check for existing Azure Conditional Access Policy for failed logins coming from blocked locations (Country or IP address)?

    This will help Office 365 Admins prevent account lockouts, sourced…

    46 votes
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  13. Azure Firewall Network Rule Logs there is no place to see which rule(rule name) blocked/allowed the traffic.

    Azure Firewall Network Rule Logs there is no place to see which rule(rule name) blocked/allowed the traffic.

    This will helpful for Daily operation and troubleshooting.

    MSFT Case :120092424003536

    44 votes
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  14. Auto-renew of certificates should create and event in the portal in case GoDaddy change their policies and need aditional validation.

    Auto-renew of certificates should create and event in the portal in case GoDaddy change their policies and need aditional validation.

    Even certificate with Auto-Renew, because changes of policies of GoDaddy Azure didnt renew automaticly like was configured.

    Seems GoDaddy sent an email to admin of Azure account but should appear in the Portal an alert about certificate expiration.

    43 votes
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  15. 43 votes
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  16. Allow Port Ranges for Azure Firewall DNAT Rules

    Would be great to add a range of ports to a single DNAT rule instead of a single port per rule. This prevents us from using the Azure Firewall for protocols like SIP where the ranges are in the thousands

    41 votes
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  17. Support Linux/MacOS/Android VPN client connexion to Azure VPN P2S OpenVPN protocol with Azure Active Directory authentication

    At the moment the only way to connect to Azure VPN P2S OpenVPN protocol with Azure Active Directory authentication is with Azure VPN Client on Windows 10.
    Please create a Linux / Mac/ Android client OR any other action that as result gives user the availability to connect from OS other than Windows 10

    37 votes
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  18. Add the "created by" and "created on" metadata to Azure objects

    It would be helpful for each object in Azure to have the account that created the object and the date/time of the creation imbedded in the metadata for the object. This would avoid the current method of having to get that information from the Activity Log and store it somewhere else that is more permanent.

    36 votes
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  19. Azure App Service - Maintenance control for platform updates

    Hi Team,
    Following on a MS case, it would be ideal to have platform upgrade schedules exposed for Paas App Services similar to what you are planning for Iaas VM's:
    https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/maintenance-control-for-platform-updates/

    We had several incidents occur due to the platform upgrades, and our clients are eager to be able to reactively/proactively monitor for these events. However, this data is not exposed on the platform.

    35 votes
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  20. Azure policy to block all public access

    I would like to be able to create a policy and apply it to subscription(s), that would block any created resource from being able to be reached from the public internet. I want my developers to be able to experiment and try out different resources, but I don't want to put my network at risk while they experiment.
    Right now I have to play wack-a-mole and identify all the different resources that could get a public IP and create policy around that resource.
    I believe it would be in Microsoft's best interest to create a policy that one could apply…

    35 votes
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