Azure AD

Working with Azure AD Administrative Units

with 4 Comments by Tony Redmond

Logical Division of Azure Active Directory Management Since its launch in 1999, Active Directory has used Organizational Units (OUs) to logically partition the directory. Despite discussions going back as far as 2014, the ability to partition Azure Active Directory in the same or an equivalent manner wasn’t available. Administrative Units (AUs), launched in public preview… Read More

Analyzing Azure Active Directory Sign-In Data with PowerShell

by Tony Redmond

AzureADPreview Module Gives Insight into Sign-in Data The Azure Active Directory PowerShell module (now renamed the Azure Active Directory PowerShell for Graph module) comes in two versions. The general availability version is intended for production while the preview version (AzureADPreview) contains the cmdlets from the general availability version plus some new cmdlets under development group.… Read More

Enforce MFA for SharePoint Online Sites with Conditional Access Policies

by Tony Redmond

Securing Confidential SharePoint Online Data SharePoint Online sites hold some very confidential information. Now that SharePoint Online supports sensitivity labels, you can protect individual documents with encryption to stop their contents leaking. Other features, like regarding newly uploaded documents sensitive by default to stop them being shared externally until Data Loss Prevention (DLP) processing completes,… Read More