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Tim Warner
Tim Warner is a Microsoft MVP, Microsoft Press/Wiley author, and Azure solution architect based in Nashville, TN. Contact Tim at Twitter (@TechTrainerTim) or his website, techtrainertim.com.
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Posted on 11.12.19 by Tim Warner

How To Define a Custom Azure Resource Role with PowerShell

In this post, PowerShell expert Tim Warner shows you how you can create a custom Azure Resource Role with PowerShell.

Posted on 11.06.19 by Tim Warner

How to Define a Custom Azure AD Role in the Azure Portal

We've been able to define custom Azure resource roles for awhile now. Today I'll teach you how to create a custom Azure AD role.

Posted on 10.23.19 by Tim Warner

Managing Azure Blueprints with PowerShell

Azure Blueprints provide a "one-stop shop" for Azure governance. By implementing JSON templates and a controlled, unified workflow, Azure administrators can define, deploy, enforce, and maintain standardized Azure environments.

Posted on 10.16.19 by Tim Warner

Provide High Availability for Azure AD Connect

Once you start rolling with Azure AD Connect and hybrid identity between local Active Directory and Azure Active Directory, one of your first thoughts is, "What happens if my Azure AD Connect server goes offline?"

Posted on 10.09.19 by Tim Warner

Deploy a Managed Storage Account in Microsoft Azure

Today I will teach you how to create what Microsoft calls a managed storage account. As you may know, each storage account has two interchangeable private keys you can use to authenticate programmatically to the general purpose storage account's four services:

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