Recently on Microsoft Q&A there was question on how you can control Azure SQL Firewall rule in a way that only certain IP addresses are allowed to be configured. Naturally I gave general answer that you can do that via Azure Policy. Initially I didn’t give the person an actual policy as I haven’t done such before. Of course creating Azure Policy definition can be challenging so the person asked him if I can provide him with example.
Yesterday MSOMS team released in preview Office 365 solution:
While I was writing the previous blog on that subject I’ve remembered that I’ve forgot writing on another tip with Windows Firewall auditing. This tip is a small one. Continue reading “Windows Firewall Auditing with Operations Management Suite Part 2”
I was browsing trough Operations Management Suite and in the Security and Audit Solution I’ve noticed something new. Continue reading “Windows Firewall Auditing with Operations Management Suite”
It has been a long time since I haven’t blogged about my new love Operations Management Suite . This blog post will show you how easily you can audit all PowerShell commands that executed in your environment with Log Analytics in Operations Management Suite. Continue reading “Auditing PowerShell with Operations Management Suite”