This content applies to the Fall 2019 release of Windows Virtual Desktop from Microsoft. The Spring 2020 update is still in public preview and is not currently recommended for production workloads according to Microsoft.
Part 3 | Create a Service Principal
You can find the initial overview of this blog series in Part 1. In Part 2, you created a Windows Virtual Desktop tenant. In this Part 3, you will create a service principal, and then create a role assignment to allow the service principal to sign in to Windows Virtual Desktop. The service principal will be used to:
- Automate management tasks within Windows Virtual Desktop
- Run Azure Resource Manager templates instead of MFA-required users