This course details how Azure Remote App helps organizations deploy applications that can be accessed by their employees to stay productive anywhere, and on a variety of devices. Whether it be Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, or Android; whether you are just starting out as an SMB needing a quick deployment or a large enterprise looking for scale and elasticity; this course covers all scenarios. It also details the reasons why you should and would want to use Azure Remote App as well as demonstrates an in-depth configuration and deployment for a successful implementation.
Working with different companies Adnan helps to secure, expand, and maintain their networks using the most up-to-date technology available. Adnan is a Microsoft MVP and volunteers at the I Center Community Foundation teaching at risk kids IT skills. He is immersed in the betterment of people and their progression in IT.
Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts
Deploying and Configuring Azure Remote App Hi, my name is Adnan Cartwright and I would like to welcome you to Module Two, Deploying and Configuring Azure RemoteApp. In this course agenda, we will take a look at the concepts for collection creation. We will also be taking a look at creating our very own custom template from the actual Azure platform and from Azure PowerShell. Lastly, we will go through a demo of us creating our very own custom template for our Azure RemoteApp collection. Some concepts to consider for your RemoteApp collection creation is to keep in mind that collections are region specific. Users can be assigned to only one collection at a time. And that collections themselves can be department specific. You can have each RemoteApp collection for HR, Sales or even IT. By default within the Azure platform, the Azure RemoteApp Services allows two collections to be created at maximum. This can be overridden by getting in contact with Microsoft Support to allow multiple and more collections to be created. Once a collection itself has been created, it cannot be moved to another region. Keep in mind, this goes according to your planning back in module one. Wherever you place your collection, there it will reside. Collections and applications can be updated at any time. Users can interchange between collections depending on the role and function and are at leisure to change to meet the organization's goals.
Assigning Users and Application Access Hi, I'm Adnan Cartwright and I would like to welcome you to Module Three, Assigning Users and Application Access. In this module we'll cover the concepts for assigning users from our directory structure within the Microsoft Azure platform. We will then take a look at publishing applications and highlight the preferred method, which is the easiest of the two. Next, we will view the Azure RemoteApp software and its role within the Azure RemoteApp Service. We will also cover monitoring the Azure RemoteApp Service to gain insight, helping us to determine which apps are used the most and how often our users leverage the platform. Finally, we will conclude with a demo of the Azure RemoteApp software on multiple clients, as well as a mobile device.
Troubleshooting Other ARA Sessions and Users Hi, I'm Adnan Cartwright and I would like to welcome you to Troubleshooting Other Azure RemoteApp Sessions and Users. For this module's agenda we'll be taking a look at the concepts of troubleshooting application load failures and data corruption and what you can do to possibly prevent these from ever happening. We'll also take a look at the do's and don'ts for best practices for a successful Azure RemoteApp deployment. Finally, we will go through a demo description on how to troubleshoot Azure RemoteApp sessions and failed applications.
Wrap Up Hello and welcome to the Azure RemoteApp Wrap Up. In the wrap up agenda we'll be taking a look at the concepts and review the technologies we implemented throughout the course. We will also be taking a look at the core important steps for a proper deployment. Lastly, we will review troubleshooting tips, best practices, and workarounds for a successful configuration.