Category Archives: Azure AD

Bug in the Office 365 admin portal can result in removal of admin roles

We often hear stories about the wonders of the DevOps model and how it has revolutionized the software industry. It’s really great in theory, bringing the processes of development, testing and running the service closer together, and providing benefits such … Continue reading

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Azure AD PowerShell module with support for PowerShell Core

Few months back, I did a quick review of the freshly GA’d PowerShell Core in the context of running your day-to-day Office 365 related tasks. As expected, it didn’t perform that well. Due to the various dependencies on the underlying .NET binaries, every Office … Continue reading

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Reporting on Azure AD User objects via Exchange Online cmdlets and using them to grant mailbox permissions

Few months back, I blogged about an interesting observation that “plain” Azure AD Security groups can now be used to assign permissions to Exchange Online mailboxes. What was interesting in this scenario was the fact that all the familiar Exchange … Continue reading

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New versions of the Azure AD PowerShell modules released

Yesterday, new versions of both the Azure AD and the Azure AD Preview modules for PowerShell were released over at the PowerShell gallery. As customary, no release notes were published so I went over the list of cmdlets and parameters … Continue reading

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Some new interesting experiences with Guest users in Office 365

Guest users have been around for a while now in Azure AD/Office 365, and are the cornerstone of collaboration for workloads such as Microosft Teams or SharePoint Online. The access mechanism for Guest users is somewhat similar to “regular” users one, with an … Continue reading

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