Break The Glass or emergency accounts are a necessity in the cloud world we live today. Every year Azure AD goes down for a few hours because of some Multifactor … Continue Reading Best Practices for Emergency Accounts
Dynamic Groups in Azure AD are truly an amazing feature. It lets you manage a large group of users without the need to manually add every one of them in … Continue Reading Creating a dynamic group with all AAD Premium licensed users
I was recently involved in a Exchange Migration that also involved an Enterprise Vault migration. The company in question currently had about 2000 archived that needed to be moved into … Continue Reading Updating the flag status of an Exchange email through Powershell EWS
Patch My PC is probably the most known product for Automated Third Party Application Patch Management with SCCM integration. This is an amazing product that simplifies your Third Party Application … Continue Reading Automating 3rd Party application deployment in Intune with PatchMyPc
During recent weeks, an increase in OAuth phishing attacks has been spotted. OAuth Phishing attacks are an evolution of the old phishing attacks we all know and hate. During a … Continue Reading Protecting against OAuth attacks: Setting-up Admin Consent Workflow
Last Thursday a new preview feature in Azure was announced for which I was very excited about: AAD Authentication to Windows/Linux VM’s on Azure. What? What does this mean exactly? … Continue Reading Azure AD Sign-in to an Azure VM
Almost every Office 365 migration has the same step involved every time: changing the UPN suffix of all the users from a non-routable (local) domain to a routable, public domain. … Continue Reading Changing AD UPN in bulk using Powershell GUI
Google offers a few online certification classes around Android Enterprise. Last week, I decide to broaden my knowledge about Android Enterprise and tackle them all. During this blog post I … Continue Reading Android Enterprise Certifications
A while back Azure AD has announced Azure AD Security Defaults. Azure AD Security defaults is positioned as a baseline to harden the security of your Azure AD Tenant. Conditional … Continue Reading What is Azure AD Security Defaults & should you be using it?
Passwordless has been one of those buzzwords in 2019. So many articles and announcements have been made around it recently. First there was passwordless through the Microsoft Authenticator app. I … Continue Reading My thoughts on passwordless in AzureAD
I have been doing quite a few projects involving Hybrid Azure AD Join lately and have learnt a lot about it and how you should begin your troubleshooting journey. What … Continue Reading Troubleshooting Hybrid Azure AD Join
Last month Microsoft announced that basic authentication is being turned off on October 13, 2020. There are still a lot of admins who are unaware of this change and what … Continue Reading Basic Authentication is being deprecated – Help!?
In the newest release of Intune, support for the Managed Google iFrame has been added. This means a newer version of the Managed Google Play store had been inbedded into … Continue Reading Google iFrame: Deploying Web Links with Intune
When using the regular Office 365 deployment in Intune there are a few limitations. If you want to change the current installation (add or remove apps) Intune doesn’t handle some … Continue Reading Installing Visio onto an Existing Office installation with PSADT and Intune
In the beginning of this week, I was invited to a Microsoft training about the new Surface HUB 2S. The 2S is the successor of the Surface HUB, Microsoft ‘Creative … Continue Reading Managing the Surface HUB 2s through Intune
Azure AD Group based licensing is a pretty awesome Office365 feature. It automatically assigns licenses based on the groups of a user. This group can be a security group synced … Continue Reading Reporting Azure AD Group Licensing