Category Archives: Azure AD

New versions of the AzureAD ( and AzureADPreview PowerShell modules available

Over the weekend, new versions of the Azure AD PowerShell modules have been released over at the PowerShell Gallery. As usual, they don’t come with any release notes whatsoever, and as usual I run a quick comparison between the cmdlets … Continue reading

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An oddity with displaying permissions entries for Azure AD integrated applications

Few days back, while trying to answer a question about a consent prompt for some application, I opened the Azure AD blade and noticed something puzzling. I don’t remember if this was a deliberate choice or by chance, but I … Continue reading

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New role management UI in the Office 365 Admin Center

The new Microsoft/Office 365 Admin Center was announced back at Ignite and has been available as public preview since October last year. In its initial release only a handful of pages featured the new design, as covered in my first … Continue reading

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Bulk enable specific services via the Azure AD PowerShell module

In a previous article, we covered the scenario of bulk-enabling a specific Office 365 service/plan to a group of users via the Azure AD PowerShell module. The script is fairly simple – it gets the list of users, iterates over … Continue reading

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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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