MS Threat Modeling Tool Stencils

Larry Greenspan 1 Reputation point
2020-07-06T16:49:53.79+00:00

Is there a template containing stencils for Azure and for desktop applications, or can 2 stencils be loaded or combined? I have a medical device application with an on-premise and cloud component hosted in Azure. It seems when I load the Azure template, I do not have the traditional desktop components such as SQL database. When I load the Azure template, it only has Azure stuff. When I load the medical device template, great set of desktop and other stuff, but no Azure. Doesn't see the tool supports adding 2 templates.

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An Azure service that provides threat protection for workloads running in Azure, on-premises, and in other clouds. Previously known as Azure Security Center and Azure Defender.
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  1. Saurabh Sharma 23,786 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-07-07T01:22:10.037+00:00

    @LarryGreenspan-0412 Have you tried using the merge template option from Threat Modeling tool. You need to fist open any existing template for example - azure. Once the template is loaded successfully, then you can use the "Merge Template to This" to select another template.
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    You will be asked to create save the template as a new file and once you select that option you will get both the templates merged together as a new file.
    You can also reach out to threat modeling support team at tmtextsupport@microsoft.com for any specific questions about the tool features.

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  2. Larry Greenspan 1 Reputation point
    2020-07-07T12:34:24.053+00:00

    Hi Saurabh,

    Thank you for the quick reply and I look forward to getting this worked out. I do not have a merge template option. I only have an apply template option:

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    Do I have the latest version of the tool?

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  3. Saurabh Sharma 23,786 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-07-09T00:50:00.17+00:00

    @larrygreenspan-0412 I am using 7.3.00529.1 version of the tool. Which version you are using currently.

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  4. Varun nair 1 Reputation point
    2020-11-18T11:15:27.557+00:00

    Attached is the template that has both Default as well as Azure Stencils. I have used Merge option to create this template40702-desktop-and-azure-stencils-templatetb7.txt

    I renamed the file to .txt as I was not able to upload .tb7.

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  5. Bob_Lazar 1 Reputation point
    2020-12-05T12:03:33.583+00:00

    45325-threatmodel.png@SaurabhSharma0303 @Larry Greenspan I 've received the below feedback from Microsoft, since when you try to merge all 3 templates provided, some errors occur. Basically Microsoft doesn't recommend/support the "merge" function in their tool

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