Category Archives: Azure AD

Managing Azure AD Administrative Units via the Graph API

While browsing the Graph API documentation earlier today, I spotted a new addition to the \beta APIs – endpoints to manage Azure AD administrative units. For those of you that aren’t aware of AUs, here’s the one-minute version: AUs are … Continue reading

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Did you know: NDR messages and Group mailboxes

Here’s a fun fact I didn’t know about – apparently any NDR messages addressed to Office 365 Groups are being automatically deleted. But not before they are actually delivered to subscribers of the Group. Let’s demonstrate this with an example. … Continue reading

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Remove all Office 365 licenses for a group of users from CSV file

A recent question over at the Spiceworks community asked for a PowerShell sample that will go over a list of users imported via CSV file and remove any and all Office 365 licenses for each user. Since this is a … Continue reading

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Conditional Access has a new home – meet the Azure AD Security blade

In what seems an effort to drive adoption for the Azure Security Center, Microsoft has made some reorganizational changes in the Azure AD blade. With the added benefit of puzzling and annoying users by failing to provide any kind of … Continue reading

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Create a dynamic group with all your global and user admins

Few days back, a question over at the MTC prompted me to ponder a bit on the subject of adding all (or some of) your administrative accounts to a dynamic group in Office 365. The dynamic part being a key … Continue reading

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