Category Archives: Azure AD

Reporting on Manager and/or DirectReports in Office 365

Getting a list of all the direct reports for a given user, or similarly building the manager’s chain seems to be a common question lately, so I figured I’d write a short article on this. There are few different ways … Continue reading

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Exploring Azure AD users and Security groups via the SCC PowerShell cmdlets

I’ve blogged previously about the fact that “plain” Azure AD Security groups are synced to EXODS and can in fact be used to assign permissions or added as members of Exchange groups. Similar observations were then made about “non-recipient” Azure … Continue reading

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Microsoft authentication flows now feature snazzy gifs

A recent change to the authentication flow for Microsoft accounts has added some additional “illustrations” that might help better guide users over the login process. The process itself hasn’t changed, it simply has been enriched with said illustrations (in gif … Continue reading

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Exchange API permissions missing

Few days back, Microsoft announced deprecation of v2.0 Outlook REST API. Important detail was omitted from that article though, and only added to the republished post over at the EHLO blog. Here is the changed paragraph: Going forward, we will … Continue reading

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Adding multiple onmicrosoft.com domains in the same tenant

One of the basic, yet most compelling features of Office 365/Microsoft 365 is the ability to use your own custom domain name(s) with the service. It has been available since day one, and little has changed with it over the … Continue reading

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