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When you create a web app, Microsoft Azure provides a friendly subdomain on the azurewebsites.net domain so your users can access your Azure web app using a URL like You can also associate a custom domain name purchased from your domain registrar, such as contoso.com, with your Azure web app in order to provide a more recognizable domain name for your users.




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In the case of Azure Web Apps, the canonical domain name is the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your web app. Once created, the CNAME creates an alias for the .azurewebsites.net domain name. The CNAME entry will resolve to the IP address of your .azurewebsites.net domain name automatically.


This CNAME record is used to verify that you own the domain you are attempting to use. These is in addition to creating an A record pointing to the virtual IP address of your Azure web app. You can find the IP address, as well as the awverify name and .azurewebsites.net names for your Azure web app by performing the following steps:


In the MANAGE CUSTOM DOMAINS dialog, you will see the awverify information, the currently assigned .azurewebsites.net domain name, and the virtual IP address. Save this information, as it will be used when creating DNS records.


When adding a CNAME(alias) record - you must set the Host field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must set the Points to field to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net.


When adding a CNAME record, you must set the Alias field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must select the circle field beside the Other host field, and set Other host to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net. Leave the Refers to Host Name as Select, as this field is not required when creating a CNAME record for use with an Azure web app.


When adding a CNAME record, you must set the .mydomainname.com field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must select the points to value to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net. Leave the Refers to Host Name as Select, as this field is not required when creating a CNAME record for use with an Azure web app.


When adding a CNAME record, you must set the Host Name field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must set the Address field to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net.


When adding a CNAME record, you must set the Hostname field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must set the Address field to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net.


When adding a CNAME record, you must set the Host field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must set the Points To field to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net.


When adding a CNAME record, you must first select CNAME (Alias) on the Manage DNSpage. Then set the Host field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must set the Alias Hostname field to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net. Then provide a Time-to-Live (TTL) value, such as 1800 seconds.


When adding a CNAME record, you must set the Name field to the sub-domain you wish to use. For example, www. You must set the Data field to the .azurewebsites.net domain name of your Azure web app. For example, contoso.azurwebsites.net.


While the specifics of each registrar vary, in general you map from your custom domain name (such as contoso.com,) to the Azure web app domain name (contoso.azurewebsites.net) or the Azure web app virtual IP address.


To map a specific sub-domain, map from awverify. to awverify..azurewebsites.net. For example, the verification CNAME record for the mail.contoso.com sub-domain would map from awverify.mail to awverify..azurewebsites.net.


If you are not planning on using a custom domain name, but are instead planning on using the *.azurewebsites.net domain assigned to your Azure web app (for example, contoso.azurewebsites.net,) then your Azure web app is already secured by a certificate provided by Microsoft. You can use to access your Azure web app securely. However, *.azurewebsites.net is a shared domain, and like all shared domains is not as secure as using a custom domain with your own certificate.


If you use the .azurewebsites.net domain name created for your Azure web app, you can immediately use HTTPS, as an SSL certificate is provided for all **.azurewebsites.net** domain names. If your Azure web app uses a custom domain name, you can upload an SSL certificate to enable HTTPS for the custom domain. For more information, watch the video talks about how SSL works in Azure Web Apps.


When you create a web app, Azure assigns it to a subdomain of azurewebsites.net. For example, if your web app is named exploreitnepal, the URL is exploreitnepal.azurewebsites.net. Azure also assigns a virtual IP address. For a production web app, you probably want users to see a custom domain name. And We can use Azure credits to buy Custom Domains and host it as well. This feature is not possible from the Dreamspark pass of Azure. This Blog explains how to buy and configure a custom domain with Web Apps.


Many resources in Microsoft Azure have a predefined domain name. For example, creating a Web App named learnix would then have the domain name learnix.azurewebsites.net


If you have not already added Azure AD DS, or your existing implementation is not associated with the domain that you want your WorkSpaces to use, you must add a new instance. For information about enabling Azure AD DS, see -us/azure/active-directory-domain-services/active-directory-ds-getting-started.


by the way, on azure Ad i see that all devices are marked as registred, and i have read somewhere that i need to change this status before joining them to hybrid azure AD. We only have Win 10 Pro and 3 DC in premise. What about non routable domain ? ours is contoso.lan when i run ad connect i get the warning .


The setting allow_assign_grafana_admin under [auth.azuread] must be set to true for this to work.If the setting is set to false, the user is assigned the role of Admin of the default organization, but not server administrator privileges.


How ironic then, when trying to switch to HTTPS and view this article on -to-buy-a-certificate-for-an-azure-web-app/ it results in a certificate warning and error due to the cert being for *.azurewebsites.net


I am not sure I follow; each device should only be able to make a single Azure AD Join (you cannot join twice). However you can be registered against multiple accounts, but only one join. Then there may be a separate limit: total number of devices allowed per user license (e.g. 5 devices), and you could be running into that if the cloud still sees devices that are no longer present. You could clean up stale devices in the portal this way: -us/azure/active-directory/devices/manage-stale-devices


ADFS is not required as long as you deploy the Workplace Join v2.1 client to your Windows 7 systems, and you deploy Azure AD Seamless SSO.Reference: -us/azure/active-directory/connect/active-directory-aadconnect-sso-faq#i-want-to-register-non-windows-10-devices-with-azure-ad-without-using-ad-fs-can-i-use-seamless-sso-instead


I would first make sure the Azure AD Connect is up to date, and then do some troubleshooting with the connector and password sync: -us/azure/active-directory/hybrid/tshoot-connect-objectsync -us/azure/active-directory/hybrid/tshoot-connect-password-hash-synchronization


If you have added the insta.com to your local domain as a suffix, and this is set up as the UPN of the end users, then it should not be a problem to add and connect these in the setup of Hybrid Azure AD Join.More info here: -us/answers/questions/8565/azure-hybrid-join-non-routable-domain.html


I have implemented a hybrid setup as described above.I have a new machine that I would eventually like to add to both local and azure ad but has no access to on site at the moment.If I add to azure, will it sync back to local AD or is it only one way?Thanks.


This would all depend on how your AD Connect is set up, and which kind of authentication you are using. If you have set up Password hash and SSO, then only internet connection is required and users can log in with their Azure AD account to access their device. Other scenarios and more info can be found here: -us/azure/active-directory/hybrid/choose-ad-authn


Azure API Management service provides great features to help us protect our set of APIs and access them in a consistent way. When the Azure API Management service is created, it is available under the default domain: azure-api.net. However, it is possible to set up a custom domain so API Gateway, Developer Portal, and Management API will be accessible under a custom domain. What is also important to mention is the fact that Azure API Management is a regional service without WAF (Web Application Firewall) capability. This is why in some cases it is valuable to use either Azure Front Door or Azure Application Gateway in front of it.


It is important to mention that Default SSL binding has to be enabled. If you do not set the property, the default certificate is the certificate issued to the default Gateway domain hosted at azure-api.net..


I made a Domain controller in Azure. now the issue is that onpremise DC is replicating to Azure DC(if I create any computer or user object onpremise DC , it is reflecting in azure DC but it is not happening vice versa. If we create or delete any objects in Azure dc ,it is not reflecting in On premise dc). I checked the replication in both azure and onpremise but there is no errors. nothing found in event logs too. 041b061a72


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