I work for a small company, 5 users with Office365 standard license + email with custom domain.
We have an Azure account with a couple on VM for some legacy software.
We would like to set up a file share system like Windows server file share with permission on files and folder, we don't want to use OneDrive, moreover I 'd like to a have a proper AD to manage credentials, single sign on and so on. At the moment we don't have any AD.
I was thinking to set up a Azure Active Directory Domain Services and link it to a file share in a storage account and from there give permissions, but it seems it doesn't work like that.
From what I understand to achive what I want, please correct me if I'm wrong, I still need to have a Windows VM to mount the file share from the storage account and from there share it with all the permissione and users I want.
So I can remove Azure Active Directory Domain Services, create a small VM that act as Domain, sync it to Azure AD that is already install by deafult, I guess, since I'm using Office365, then mount the storage file share on the small VM and from there share it with all the permission, users and so on.
Or I can create Azure Active Directory Domain Services linked to Azure AD and create a small Windows VM join it to Azure Active Directory Domain Services and than mount the storage file share, then share it with all the permission, users and so on.
Do I understand correctly or I'm completely wrong? or there is another option that I miss, or maybe a better way.