Here I am again in an airport lounge, waiting to catch my flight to Athens, Greece, where I should start delivering tomorrow another MCSA Windows Server 2016 Bundle Course. This one will be delivered in Greek, but if you’re interested, we can deliver courses in English.
Anyway, I thought that I could write a blog post about the General Availability of Ping Access for Azure AD. I’ve written some posts in the past related to Ping Access and its great integration with Azure AD, so you can take a look at these articles here.
But what you can do with Ping Access? As the original announcement says, it’s a good solution if you need to provide secure remote access to applications that use header-based authentication.
And this is how it works. Configure your applications to use PingAccess for Azure AD with just four steps:
- Configure Azure AD Application Proxy Connectors
- Create an Azure AD Application Proxy Application
- Download & Configure PingAccess
- Configure Applications in PingAccess
Do not forget to take a look at the documentation that gives you the full idea and detailed instructions on how to perform the steps above.
Thanks for your time!