EZSSH Getting Started with EZSSH Registering EZSSH 1. Registering the Application in Your Tenant 2. Selecting an EZSSH Plan a. Selecting a Plan in EZSSH b. Selecting an EZSSH Plan in Azure 3. Giving Access To Azure Resources 4. Connecting to GitHub Enterprise 5. Connecting to SIEM Creating Your First Policy Difference Between Policy Types How to Create First Hybrid Policy How to Create First Azure Policy Adding EZSSH Access to Endpoints Adding EZSSH Access to Endpoints With Cloud Init Adding EZSSH Access to Endpoints With Bash Script Adding EZSSH Access to Endpoints With Pulumi Using EZSSH Client How To Download EZSSH Using Interactive Mode How to SSH to an Endpoint How to Connect to Multiple Endpoints at Once How Access GitHub with EZSSH Troubleshooting EZSSH Problems Git Authentication Problems Test EZSSH To your Azure Resources EZCA Getting Started with EZCA Registering EZCA In Azure 1. Registering the EZCA App in Your Tenant 2. Selecting an EZCA Plan a. Selecting a Plan in EZCA b. Selecting an EZCA Plan in Azure c. Updating an Existing Plan 3. Giving Access To Azure Key Vault 4. Giving Access To Azure IoT Hub 5. Connecting EZCA to SIEM Creating Your First CA CA Design Overview Private vs Public CAs Root CA vs Issuing CA How to Create First Root CA How to Create Subordinate CA Cryptographic Keys Validity Period & Revocation Best Practices Registering a Domain Registering New Domain Create a New Certificate Create a Certificate in Azure Key Vault Create a Certificate Locally Create a Certificate in the Browser Renew an Existing Certificate Intune SCEP CA How Intune SCEP Works Register Intune App How To Create Intune SCEP CA Intune SCEP Profiles Intune Profiles for Windows Devices Intune Profiles for MacOS Devices Connect to Azure IoT IoT Security Best Practices Authenticate to Azure IoT Hub Automatically Provision IoT Devices Create IoT Edge Gateway Setup Windows Agent Setup ADCS Agent IIS Create ADCS CA Templates Setup EZCA ADCS Agent Register ADCS Agent in EZCA Setup ACME Agent Setup IIS For ACME Register ACME Agent in EZCA Setup EZCA Agent Setup ACME Clients Automatic AAD Certificate Rotation Learning About PKI How To Install SSL Certificate How To Trust a Root Certificate Troubleshooting PKI Issues Delete Azure Key Vault Pending CSR Merge Key Vault Certificate EZSmartCard Getting Started with EZSmartCard 1. Registering the AAD Application 2. Selecting a Plan in Azure Connect to SIEM Create Your Identity Request a SmartCard Unblock SmartCard Administrator Actions Manage Subscription Register Domain Create EZCA CA Create ADCS CA Setup IIS Create CA Templates Setup EZSmartCard Agent Smart Card Management Register New Smart Card Assign Smart Card Delete/Unassign Smart Card Load Smart Card For User Retrieve User PUK EZMonitor Getting Started Registering New Tenant 1. Registering the Keytos Application 2. Selecting an EZMonitor Plan a. Selecting a Plan in EZMonitor b. Getting Started in Azure 3. Connecting to SIEM Monitor Your Domains Scan Private Networks Monitor Organization's Health Create CAA Record EZGIT Getting Started with EZGIT Registering New EZGIT Instance 1. Adding EZGIT to Your Okta Org 2. Selecting a Plan in EZGIT 3. Connecting to GitHub Enterprise Using EZGIT Client How To Download EZGIT How Access GitHub with EZGIT Troubleshooting GitHub Authentication Git Problems Clear History Keytos Documentation > EZSSH > Getting Started with EZSSH > Registering EZSSH > 2. Selecting an EZSSH Plan > b. Selecting an EZSSH Plan in AzurePrerequisitesVideo VersionCreating the Azure Resourceb. Selecting an EZSSH Plan in AzurePrerequisitesRegistering the application in your tenantVideo VersionCreating the Azure ResourceGo to https://portal.azure.com/Click on “Create a resource”.Type “EZSSH” in the search bar. Press enter.Select the EZSSH offering Select the plan. Click the “Set up + Subscribe” buttonEnter your subscription and resource group information.Click the “Review + Subscribe” buttonEnter your email and phone number Click the “Subscribe” buttonOnce the subscription is complete, click the “Configure account now” button. This will redirect you to our portal (https://portal.ezssh.io/). Sign in with your same Microsoft account.EZSSH will now show the features that are included your plan.Enable or disable if you want to also issue GitHub certificates. Note: Only one GitHub subscription is allowed per Azure Tenant.Once the subscription details are correct, click the “Purchase Plan” button. Once you have registered in EZSSH, the status in your Azure resource will change to subscribed. Once you are registered, you are ready to connect to your Azure Subscriptions and GitHub Instances.