Step by step guide using azure file share with NTFS permissions applied with a private endpoint using aad authentication. In a traditional file server environment users would connect to Windows File Server shares either in the cloud or on premise. We can replace and decommission these ageing Windows file servers with a file cloud server, which offers a serverless solution hosting our NTFS shares via SMB in the cloud that integrates with aad authentication.
Whats covered in this video:
Create Storage Account for files
Using AzFilesHybrid PowerShell module
Download AzFilesHybrid module
Powershell commands to run enabling AD DS authentication for Azure file shares.
Set Execution Policy to Unrestricted
Copy files using CopyToPSPath.ps1
AzFilesHybrid Module Import
Define script parameter variables
Select the target subscription for the current session
Storage account registration with Windows Active Directory
Confirm storage account is enabled and registered
Assign share level permissions
Connect to File Share within the Azure Virtual Network
Configuring NTFS permissions on File Share
Folder & file creation on File Share
Connect to Azure File Share using SMB over private endpoint
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