Setting Private Endpoint for Azure File Share using Azure PowerShell
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We continue with the series of articles on private endpoints. Today I want to show you how to create a private endpoint to privately and securely connect to an Azure file share using Azure PowerShell.
How to enable SFTP support for an Azure storage account
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Blob storage now supports SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). This allows us to use SFTP for file access, transfer, and management. In this post, I will show you how to enable an SFTP endpoint for your blob storage account and configure local user identities to authenticate and connect your storage account with SFTP over port 22.
How to enable hierarchical namespace on an Azure storage account
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To enable a hierarchical namespace and unlock capabilities such as file and directory-level security on an Azure storage account, you need to upgrade your Azure Blob storage with Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 capabilities.
How to disable anonymous public access for an Azure storage account
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One security recommendation Microsoft established in Azure Security Center is to disable public access to storage accounts. In this post, I will show you how you can configure your storage account to prevent public access to an Azure storage account using PowerShell and the Azure CLI.
How to configure your Azure storage account to use TLS version 1.2
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By default, Azure Storage accounts allow clients to send and receive data with the oldest version of TLS (1.0). If you want to apply stricter security measures to your storage account, this article could be of interest to you.