Reading Time: < 1 minute I’m thrilled to inform you that the last months I have been doing the Technical Review for Exam Ref AZ-801: Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services. Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services Exam Ref AZ-801 helps you master various cloud and data center management concepts in detail, helping you grow your expertise in configuring and…
Reading Time: 3 minutes Coming from an on-premises environment, it can be hard how to setup administrative accounts. On-premises was the default to have certain permissions. In Azure Active Directory that is a bit changed. This blog explains how to approach and why you should use Cloud-Only administrative accounts.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Tenant to Tenant migration are more common these days. Mergers and divestitures are struggling with multiple tenants. Using BitTitan can be a solution to combine the tenants and have only one management place. Migrating with BitTitan and there documentation can be also a pain in the ass. A blog post with all the information you need.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Securing your Azure Active Directory is more needed than ever. Microsoft Entra is the new Admin center for this. Learn how to set it up and secure your tenant more.
Reading Time: 5 minutes A Break Glass Account is an emergency account that grants access to critical resources when regular credentials are unavailable. It plays a vital role in ensuring business continuity during a crisis and enables a response strategy for cybersecurity threats. Shared and privileged accounts are the two types of Break Glass Accounts, and their use must be controlled and monitored to avoid security risks.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Using Azure Virtual Desktop as a replacement for Microsoft Remote Desktop Services. Get to know how to setup and the benefits about the new CLOUD solution.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In this part we are going to get all RBAC roles for Azure Active Directory and their members. Some identities are Eligible and some are Active. An overview of the status is needed to see if there is no legacy permissions assigned.
Reading Time: 5 minutes In this part we will get an export of the Conditional Access Policies and App Regsitrations and Enterprise Applications with there API permissions. Also the client secret or certificate information will be exported to get a good sight on it.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In this part we will take a look how to retrieve the licenses and organization information. We are going to use this information to write a small report at the end of the assessment.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Starting the assessment is to get all the users, groups and devices and their attributes.
Reading Time: 8 minutes To start the assessment, there is a need of an app registration with the correct permissions. Creating it through portal and with PowerShell and saving the connection details to an XML file.
Reading Time: 2 minutes With the use of Azure Active Directory and multiple administrator, the chance that it is going to be messy is big. To check if everything is correct created and managed, you can do an assessment.