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    61 comments  ·  Azure Active Directory » Azure AD Connect  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    We’re working on a solution and will update you when we know more.

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    Justin King commented  · 

    This is insane.

    Right now anyone can technically do this by editing the attribute directly in an ugly fashion using classic MMC tools. To still have to stand up an entire exchange server _just_ so you can give a better GUI to the lvl1 tech is crazy.

    This shouldn't be hard.

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    Justin King commented  · 

    I'm surprised that there seems to be no traction here.

    There are lots of legacy systems that are simply not going away in the next 10 years, so it seems pretty clear that we might want to at least force MFA on a Windows server host to protect said system. Providers like Duo and Centrify have done this for years ... yet Microsoft doesn't feel the need to handle this native?

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    started  ·  40 comments  ·  Azure Key Vault » Managing application secrets  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    As is, this forces a sprawl of vaults with duplicate entries (two systems need the same account password, need to put in each respective vault).

    We need an access policy similar to what Hashicorp vault has. A simple ACL policy we can apply in the "access policy" section to filter which keys are visible.

    Essentially KeyVault functions well for app specific password management (vault per app), but very poorly for shared password management (multiple apps accessing passwords).

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    started  ·  9 comments  ·  Azure Key Vault  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Justin King commented  · 

    This is a duplicate of: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/906355-azure-key-vault/suggestions/32213176-per-secret-key-certificate-access-control

    Which means it is by far the #1 request for Key Vault. Considering we are in Q4 2019 ... think this can at least hit the backlog?

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    Justin King commented  · 

    As an FYI for those stuck, I've seen a few companies get around this by making two variables: a username and password. It doubles the number of entries but it's usable and gets around the limitation.

    Still ... have my upvote.

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