Category Archives: Azure AD

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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Bug in the Azure AD Access Panel allows guest users to view groups and their membership

In the IT world, there is a constant struggle between security and usability. Admins often have to weigh in on user impact before they enable some feature designed to improve the security stance of a given product. This of course … Continue reading

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The *-UnifiedGroupLinks cmdlets now throw proper exceptions

Anyone that uses PowerShell inevitably runs into an error, I do it dozen times every day. PowerShell does offer a robust error handling, however when different teams within Microsoft produce modules and cmdlets, they implement error handling differently, which can … Continue reading

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Azure Cloud Shell now supports connecting to Exchange Online PowerShell for MFA-enabled accounts

In a recent article published over at Practical365.com, I covered Azure Cloud Shell and its use for managing Office 365 services. At the time of writing, there were some issues, such as being unable to connect to Exchange Online PowerShell … Continue reading

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