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Tag: Active Directory

Deploying and configuring Active Directory authentication with SQL Server 2017 on Amazon Linux 2

SQL Server on Windows allows you to configure SQL Server instances to use Windows authentication with Active Directory accounts. This post addresses how to do that with SQL Server 2017 on Amazon Linux 2. This solution allows you to log in with your Active Directory accounts using Windows authentication to manage SQL Server Linux instances […]

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Secure your Amazon Elasticsearch Service domain with Active Directory authentication and authorization

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. In this blog post, we show how you can secure your Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) domain with authentication and authorization based on Microsoft Active Directory (AD). You do so by using an Nginx reverse proxy, running custom authorization code. […]

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Integrate Amazon RDS for SQL Server DB Instances with an Existing Active Directory Domain

Vlad Vlasceanu is a solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. Last year, we launched support for Windows Authentication in Amazon RDS for SQL Server. This feature has been quite popular with customers. It lets you deploy Microsoft SQL Server-based workloads with Amazon RDS using the same centralized user management patterns that you use in your […]

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