I am looking to user Azure for a large financial project, I can't do this if the only thing between the portal and a hacker is 1 single username and password combination. It needs to be possible for users to add on their own security options if they require it. This should at a minimum include an IP range for portal access.1 vote
Thanks for your suggestion, we are working hard on improving the security of the portal, so you’ll see many improvements coming in soon.
I like to programmitically manage co-admins for my subscriptions.
There is something my group needs as we have large number of subscriptions that are shared across 150 engineers.3 votes
Azure currently requires you to create a live account to acces the Windows Azure Portal.
Wouldn't it be nice to choose your own IDP to access Azure itself? For example via Google? Google allows you to use 2-factor authentication with your account with Live currently lacks. Choosing another IDP can solve that security-nuisance.1 vote
I think it would be useful if the Access Control Service could create Shared Access Signatures for the storage services using transformation rules.4 votes
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