Exchange admins have enjoyed the Group writeback optional feature in Azure AD Connect for a long time. It offers add-on functionality to Microsoft 365 Groups in Azure AD for organizations that use both Active Directory and Azure AD in a Hybrid Exchange setup.
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Active Directory Administration Cookbook, 2nd Edition
In this book, Microsoft MVP & Technical Editor of ENow's Azure & Active Directory Center, Sander Berkouwer will share the intricacies of managing Azure AD, Azure AD Connect as well as Active Directory for administration in the cloud and on Windows Server 2019.
Recently I had to upgrade my Azure AD Connect server from version 1.x to version 2.x, and I blogged about in my December 2021 blog article "Upgrade Azure AD Connect from 1.x to 2.x". After the upgrade I had to upgrade my Azure Active Directory Password Protection services as well since I installed a new server and decommissioned the old one.
Previously, MVP Nicolas Blank wrote an interesting article "Having an Identity Crisis" and it talked about all kinds of attacks on your environment. One such attack is on user email. Users tend to choose a password that is easy for them to remember and this makes the password weak and easy to guess by others. Even with some social engineering, user passwords are easy to retrieve, as can be seen on this YouTube clip What is your password?
Microsoft introduced the feature Publisher Verification to help administrators to stay on top...
One of the great features in Microsoft 365 is Azure Active Directory Application Proxy. AAD App Proxy allows you to publish internal web applications to the Internet and ensure users authenticate in a very secure way. Best of all, it can do this usually without requiring any firewall changes – all that is required is outbound Internet access from the computer running the AAD App Proxy agent.
At Microsoft Ignite 2019 last year Mark Simos, Lead Architect for the Microsoft Cybersecurity Solution Group, ran a groundbreaking session about the top ten best security practices for Azure today. In his session, he discusses the need for stronger cloud security as more computing environments moving to the cloud. This blog post covers a summary of the session and gives you an overview about the latest Azure security innovations and what’s new in Azure Security Center.