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Today we're announcing the general availability of using FSLogix profiles with Azure Active Directory (AD)-joined VMs for hybrid users in Azure Virtual Desktop. By leveraging Azure AD Kerberos with Azure Files, you can seamlessly access file shares from Azure AD-joined VMs and use them to store your FSLogix profile containers. With this release, you will have the ability to:
- Configure an Azure Files share with Azure AD Kerberos using a single checkbox
- Configure Azure AD-joined Session Hosts with Azure AD Kerberos
- Store FSLogix profile containers in Azure Files shares with Azure AD Kerberos
- Configure access permissions for hybrid users managed in Active Directory
- Remove the network line-of-sight from the Session Host to the Domain Controller
This new functionality is available on Windows 10, Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 session hosts.
• To get started with FSLogix on Azure AD-joined VMs, follow the instructions in Create a profile container with Azure Files and Azure Active Directory.
• For a demo of configuring Azure Files with Azure AD Kerberos and an overview of Azure storage options, watch the Shared storage for all enterprise file-workloads Ignite on-demand session.