Applies to: Nerdio Manager for MSP (NMM)
Version : 0.6.0 and greater
Disclaimer : Nerdio Manager for MSP is an automation and management solution. NMM Partners are responsible for understanding, and managing Microsoft Identity Services and Azure Resources. For Identity and Azure support, please contact your Distributor or Microsoft directly.
Other Articles in this Series
- Microsoft Azure Resources and NMM Prerequisites
- Step 1 - Install, Manage and Optimize NMM (You are here)
- Step 2 - Adding Accounts in NMM
- Step 3 - Managing Accounts in NMM
- Step 4 - Tips, Tricks and Customizations
Installing, Managing and Optimizing NMM
This document will guide you through the process of installing, managing and optimizing Nerdio Manager for MSP. By following this guide, you are registering an Enterprise Application in your own Azure tenant, in a subscription that you select and into a new Resource Group. Once the install is completed, you’ll gain access to a URL and be able to login to Nerdio Manager for MSP web application.
- Install Nerdio Manager for MSP
- Managing and Customizing NMM
- Update NMM
- Users and Roles in NMM
- Remove NMM
- Modify NMM URL (Azure App Service)
- Reboot NMM (Azure App Service)
- NMM Costs (Azure App Service)
- Optimizing NMM
- Obtain Azure App Logs
- Harden Azure App Services
- Harden Azure SQL Services
- Reviewing Logs in NMM
- You must be logged into Azure AD as a Global Administrator before starting the deployment process via the Azure Marketplace.
- You need to have an Azure subscription that is accessible to your Azure AD user with owner role. The subscription must be able to deploy Azure SQL, Web Application, Key Vault, Application Insights and Automation account in your selected region.
- You must have a virtual network and subnet available to deploy WVD session host VMs. You will be prompted to select this virtual network and subnet during the installation process.
- You must have Windows Active Directory or Azure AD DS deployment accessible from the virtual network where WVD session host VMs will be deployed. The custom default DNS server setting specified on the virtual network subnet must be pointing at a DNS server that is AD-aware.
- Windows Active Directory must be synchronized with Azure AD.
- You need an Active Directory user account with rights to join and un-join VMs from domain . This user account must be able to create computer objects in at least one OU in AD domain and be able to disable these computer objects.
Objective - Walkthrough of how to install Nerdio Manager for WVD
Objective : Update Nerdio Manager for MSP
Objective : Configure Support Users and Roles
Objective : Walkthrough steps to Remove the Nerdio Web Application from Azure
Goal : White-label the NMM Management URL
Goal : Steps needed to reboot the Azure Application
Goal : Understanding the NMM Azure App Costs
Goal - Steps needed to obtain Azure Application Logs
Goal - Steps needed to harden the Azure Application Services
Goal : Steps needed to harden the Azure SQL Services
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Goal : Reviewing Logs in NMM
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Continue the journey by clicking the link below and logging into the Nerdio Help Desk Portal.
Next Step - Managing Accounts in NMM