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PowerShell

Analyzing Azure Active Directory Sign-In Data with PowerShell

AzureADPreview Module Gives Insight into Sign-in Data The Azure Active...

Aug 12, 2020|Tony Redmond

Azure Active Directory

Understanding Hybrid Azure Active Directory Join

Devices hybrid joined to AAD are not joined to AAD. But instead, joined to ADDS and automatically registered with AAD.

Jul 29, 2020|Russell Smith

Azure Active Directory

Azure Active Directory Gets SMS-based Authentication and Email Address Sign-In

Enable users to sign in to Azure AD using a phone number or with an alternate email address.

Jul 6, 2020|Russell Smith

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Announces Azure Active Directory External Identities

Azure AD External Identities, now in public preview, brings easier authentication for users, organizations, and developers.

May 8, 2020|Russell Smith

Azure Active Directory

Azure Active Directory Premium P1 to be Part of Microsoft 365 Business

Cloud Discovery, Application Proxy, passwordless authentication, and more Azure Active Directory features coming to Microsoft 365 Business in April.

Apr 15, 2020|Russell Smith

Microsoft Azure

How to Enable Security Defaults in Azure Active Directory

Microsoft is gradually introducing multifactor authentication (MFA) for all organizational accounts in Azure Active Directory. In this article, I look at the new Security Defaults setting and how to enable it.

Mar 13, 2020|Russell Smith

Windows 10

How to Check Whether Windows 10 is Joined to Azure Active Directory

How to check if Windows 10 is connected to an Azure Active Directory domain.

Dec 5, 2019|Russell Smith

Azure Active Directory

Join Windows 10 to Azure Active Directory During OOBE

Before you perform an AAD domain join, you should understand the difference between an AAD domain-joined device and one that is registered with AAD.

Nov 20, 2019|Russell Smith

Office 365

Making the Exchange – Azure Active Directory Connection More Reliable

Microsoft posted an odd blog on September 9 to announce improvements in the relationship between Exchange Online and Azure Active Directory. Many Office 365 tenants might have ignored the post, but it's actually about a piece of important work to help the service run better. Many updates happen to Exchange Online objects that need to be replicated to Azure Active Directory and onward to other Office 365 app directories. This work means that changes show up faster, which is good, but there's a small downside to note.

Oct 1, 2019|Tony Redmond

Microsoft Azure

How to Configure Azure Active Directory Domain Services – Part 2

How to synchronize password hashes between AAD and Domain Services.

Sep 16, 2019|Russell Smith

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