Utilising Cloud Management Gateway and Cloud DP – Part 1

SCCMentor - Paul Winstanley

I’ve been taking a look at the Cloud Management Gateway (CMG) and utilising that with cloud DP’s to manage Internet based clients.

The CMG is a service in Azure that acts as a proxy, connecting to on-premise services via a new role, the cloud management gateway connector point.

CMG has been around for a while, since the 1610 release, and it is still classed as a pre-release feature but don’t let that put you off installing as Microsoft gives full support to all pre-release features.

The CMG can be set up and configured using an internal PKI infrastructure but the preferred method is to get a public certificate. You can keep your existing internal infrastructure running on HTTP or HTTPS as both are supported, however internal HTTPS is recommended.

I must admit I found the TechNet documentation, here, a little confusing at times relying the requirements so I am hoping…

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