Jan 28 2020 08:24 AM
Jan 29 2020 06:59 AM
@Stefan Kießig I've got some questions for you.
There are multiple options depending on your current configuration.
Jan 29 2020 07:17 AM - edited Jan 29 2020 07:24 AM
We have an on-premise Active Directory and an azure tenant. The azure tenant has
- private network (connected to on-premise by VPN)
- storage account
- inside in the storage account, there is a file share
Now I like to connect the file share to my on-premise Active Directory and manage the shares with the AD.
Jan 29 2020 08:30 AM
I don't believe you'll be able to do that. Take a look at the link below. You'll probably need to use Azure AD Domain Services for that to work but there are caveats in that the computers connecting to the share would need to be Azure AD Domain Services joined instead of on-premises AD joined.
For what you are trying to do, you'll probably need to have an IaaS VM acting as a file server. You would probably also want an IaaS VM to use as a domain controller in Azure. The file server could be joined to your current on-premises AD and control access to the file share. You could still leverage Azure File Services on the back end for storage.
Hope this helps. Maybe someone else in the community has a better solution or recommendation.