Reading Time: 2 minutes Graph API will only result the first 999 results with an odata.nextlink parameter. In this function we will use this parameter to add the rest of the “next page” untill all is retrieved.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Before we used Terraform to deploy virtual machines with needed resources to Azure. Now we are using Terraform to accomplish the same to AWS. A Blogpost about the ins and outs.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Using Azure Bicep will give you the the control of deployment of resources in Azure. Every time deploying the bicep will check if the desired state still is available or needs to be changed. Using it in a DevOps Pipeline is great for continuous deployment.
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: 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.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Using Azure Active Directory in a production environment is not a place to play around and to test. For that you can setup a new domain controller with some fictive users and groups. Let’s set it up quickly with PowerShell.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Being able to do a proper Exchange migration (on-premises to online or online to online), you will need a good inventory. Now we improved the scripting to speed it up.
Reading Time: 4 minutes After the migration, the SMTP domain needs to be moved. Disable all the references to the domain and remove from source tenant. Add the domain to the target tenant and add the original primary smtp address to the EmailAddresses.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Being able to do a proper Exchange migration (on-premises to online or online to online), you will need a good inventory. Let’s get some information from Exchange.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Migrating users can be done with the migration endpoint. Distribution lists are not supported to be migrated, so you need to do it manually.