There is no plan currently to offer these system level metrics for Application Gateway Standard (V1). However, we are planning to offer more observability with our new Autoscaling version (V2) of Application Gateway/WAF. We already offer Capacity Units as a metric which gives you a sense of the traffic load on your Application Gateway. More are planned for V2. Please send in your specific feedback via https://aka.ms/ApplicationGatewayCohort
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Headless Chrome requires some libraries to be installed that aren’t available in the containers we use in Linux consumption. You can, however, run your function app in a Docker container with the libraries installed. Custom containers are currently supported in the Premium and App Service plans. Take a look at this example from a community member of a Dockerfile with the dependencies: https://github.com/estruyf/azure-function-node-puppeteer/blob/master/Dockerfile
This is planned for the next 6 months.
There is a current configuration to allow users to choose to remember a device for MFA: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/multi-factor-authentication/multi-factor-authentication-whats-next#remember-multi-factor-authentication-for-trusted-devices
Additionally, we’re looking at providing more controls for this through conditional access.
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We recently added deny capability to Azure’s RBAC system, in the form of deny assignments that can be set by the system only. The first Azure feature to use deny is BluePrint. We intend to add a configurable deny capability in the future, but have not yet announced any details.
/Stuart and Balaji
We’ve begun this work.
This work is started.
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We aren’t planning to add the ability to enable MFA per-user to the Account Administrator, but we do have planned a limited admin role that will be able to perform that function, along with other MFA related settings. If you’ve implemented MFA through Conditional Access policy instead of the per-user enablement, you can use the Conditional Access Policy admin to control who has to do MFA.
Thanks so much for the feedback! Customizations of the My Apps portal for both end users and admins are on our roadmap. This includes providing the ability to re-arrange and group apps and as well as using a customizable domain.
We are also looking to see if we can enable embedding other components like widgets. We’re still in process of validating options for this.
Please keep sharing your feedback and ideas around this!
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StrongAuthentication data can be read via PowerShell, but StrongAuthenticationUserDetails can’t be set via PowerShell. It is planned to expose the StrongAuthentication data via Graph, but no ETA to provide yet.
We are in the process of planning this feature and hope to have a preview available by the end of november. In the meantime, could you please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org with your responses to the following questions:
- If you had a “password change” policy, what kind of information would you like to get back once the policy has been executed?
- Would you prefer to have a policy that forces you to sign in first, and then asks you to change the password, or one that let’s you do it all on the same page?
- Would you want an email to get sent out to the user whenever the password is changed?
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We are planning to re-design the self-service password reset experience. The new experience will be mobile-friendly! We’ll keep you up to date as we make progress.
We hear you loud and clear! We know this is a frequent ask and we do have this on our backlog. Unfortunately, I don’t have a timeline to share right now.
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We are working on it. There is an elevation of privilege concern associated with this feature. If a group is assigned a role, any IT admin who can manage group membership can manage that group’s membership and indirectly manage who gets the role. So, we have to ensure that the feature is secure.
We are taking a staged approach to execute this feature –
Stage 1: Supporting cloud groups to be assigned to roles
Stage 2: Supporting on-prem groups to be assigned to roles
Abhijeet Kumar Sinha
Azure Active Directory Team
We are starting investigation to make this integration happen. We will update you as we progress on the feature and when we have a release date. Thank you so much for your patience.
Send a note to email@example.com if you have questions!