Connecting to AAD, a look at the numbers..

In case you haven’t seen it, Alex Simons put up a post earlier today breaking down the various ways customers are connecting to and leveraging Azure AD. There’s some pretty impressive stuff included; including that pass through auth is already (1 month post GA) getting greater than 500K monthly active users.. amazing. Grab all the…

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New – Release notes for Azure Active Directory

In case you missed it; today the Azure AD team launched a new page specifically for AAD release notes and upcoming changes. Alex Simons posted this up on Twitter a few minutes ago (if you aren’t following him, you probably should be if you’re reading this :)) Identity Admins: You asked, we're delivering. Release notes…

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Conditional Access for MacOS with Azure AD and Intune?

Well check this out – today we announced that EMS now has Conditional Access support for MacOS, including Office 2016 and Safari. More details can be found here  https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2017/08/23/azure-ad-and-intune-now-support-macos-in-conditional-access/ for those interested. More to come on this soon! ** Update ** As you may have seen, we talked about this more at Ignite, including announcing a…

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New to PowerShell? Can’t remember what module includes what?

You’re not the only one – trust me 🙂 This week we announced that the PowerShell Module Browser site is now available at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/ . You should really give it a look, its a drop dead simple ways to find the module / reference / cmdlet you’re looking for.. <insert obligitory “This is the PowerShell cmdlet you’re…

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Heard about Shielded VMs? Looking to learn more?

Then you should definitely check out this post by Dean Wells.. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/datacentersecurity/2017/03/14/shielded-vms-a-conceptual-review-of-the-components-and-steps-necessary-to-deploy-a-guarded-fabric/ it’s full of great information about building a guarded fabric.. well worth the read. (side note – if you ever get a chance to see him speak, do it, you won’t regret it)

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AD ACL Scanner

<<Updated link to new GitHub location>> Just in case you haven’t seen it yet our colleagues in PFE Sweden have put together an excellent post detailing the usage of AD ACL Scanner, a CodePlex PowerShell based GUI for reporting on AD permissions. Check it out here – https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/pfesweplat/2017/01/28/forensics-active-directory-acl-investigation/ Grab the tool here – https://github.com/canix1/ADACLScanner    

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