Tag: azure active directory

  • AAD Premium for custom Sign-In Page branding

    AAD Premium for custom Sign-In Page branding

    Lets look at the options we have for customizing Our Sign-In Page towards Microsoft Online Services, which will work very much the same as when having Federated Your users With ADFS 3.0. I assume you have bought or started a trial of Azure AD Premium Licenses, and assigned them to the Lucky users. Now open […]

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  • Preview Azure Active Directory Reports

    Preview Azure Active Directory Reports

    Azure Active Directory recives┬áreporting services. What can we look into: Audit – Key changes within AAD like the action, timestamp, the user/application that performed the action, and the user/application on which the action was performed. Included in Azure AD Free/Basic/Premium. Password reset Activity provides the history of resets done (within the last month) and gives […]

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  • Password Hash Sync doesn’t work for all users

    Password Hash Sync doesn’t work for all users

    Ever had a Password Hash Sync installation, tested a couple of users and the next day when going Live, the bigger bunch of users can’t login? Your browser tells us the username and/or password is wrong. We check username and password. We check the Event Log. We check the users that worked yesterday and they […]

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  • AADSync or DirSync as Windows Server role?

    AADSync or DirSync as Windows Server role?

    When will Azure Active Directory Sync or DirSync become a Windows Server role/feature? Working with Cloud Solutions I very often implement ADFS and AADSync/DirSync, but only ADFS has become a Windows Server role. I don’t see any reason to why Directory Synchronization shouldn’t become a Windows Server Role, so when will it happen? For one […]

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  • PS Script: AAD or AD?

    PS Script: AAD or AD?

    Complementing the PS Script by choosing either AAD or AD to hold Your Security Group and Memberships. [code language=”powershell”] #Azure Active Directory Import-Module MSOnline Connect-MsolService #Find ObjectId of every Security Group $Groups = Get-MsolGroup | Select ObjectId,DisplayName $ExchangeGroupObjectId = $Groups | where {$_.DisplayName -eq "Exchange_Users"} | Select ObjectId #Placeholder for ObjectIds of every member of […]

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  • PS Script: Assign license based on AAD Security Group

    PS Script: Assign license based on AAD Security Group

    So, just to make it easy, here is the Exchange Online assigning script without using it for Unlicensed Users only. AAD Security Group Name: Exchange_Users See earlier post for pre reqs and information. .SYNOPSIS Script that assigns Office 365 licenses based on Group membership in WAAD. .DESCRIPTION #The script assigns license Exchange Online Plan 1 […]

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  • PS Script: Assign Exchange Online licenses based on AAD Security Group

    PS Script: Assign Exchange Online licenses based on AAD Security Group

    Same script edited to assign Exchange Online instead of Lync Online. AAD Security Group Name: Exchange_Users Same pre reqs and more information in my earlier post. [code language=”powershell”] <# .SYNOPSIS Script that assigns Office 365 licenses based on Group membership in AAD. .DESCRIPTION The script assigns license Exchange Online Plan 1 or 2 based on […]

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  • What is Azure AD Premium?

    What is Azure AD Premium?

    Azure Active Directory is the Active Directory behind every Microsoft Online Service, like Office 365, Azure, Intune and CRM Online. Azure Active Directory is free, and can be registered without buying any Microsoft Online Service. Just using it as a idenity store can have value, or if you wanne save the xxxx.onmicrosoft.com domain for a […]

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  • Azure Active Directory Second Factor Authentication

    Azure Active Directory Second Factor Authentication

                All Microsoft Cloud Services stores user objects in Azure Active Directory, and now it supports a second factor of authentication. This is ONLY for none federated users, so if you are federated by using ADFS you will have to install your own second factor on your ADFS Server.   […]

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I am Roy Apalnes, a Microsoft Cloud Evangelist working av Sopra Steria. Main focus in Microsoft Security and Endpoint Management, with a bigger picture in mind.

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