Identity and Access in Windows Server 2016
Applies To: Windows Server (Semi-Annual Channel), Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012
The following new features in Identity improve the ability for organizations to secure Active Directory environments and help them migrate to cloud-only deployments and hybrid deployments, where some applications and services are hosted in the cloud and others are hosted on premises. The improvements are covered in the following sections.
An overview of all of the new features available for AD FS in Windows Server 2016.
Lists all the new features available for AD DS in Windows Server 2016.
Privileged Access Management (PAM) for Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is a solution that is based on Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) and Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016.
Windows 10 provides you the ability to leverage Azure Active Directory. Windows 10 devices can be connected to Azure AD, and users can sign in to Windows with Azure AD accounts or add their Azure ID to gain access to business apps and resources.
Detailed documentation on all of the features available for AD DS in Windows Server 2016.
Detailed documentation on all of the features available for AD FS in Windows Server 2016.
Solutions and Scenario Guides
- Secure access to company resources from any location on any device
- Join to Workplace from Any Device for SSO and Seamless Second Factor Authentication Across Company Applications
- Manage Risk with Additional Multi-Factor Authentication for Sensitive Applications
- Manage Risk with Conditional Access Control