Identiverse 2019 sessions have been published to YouTube. They provide invaluable information on many different topics around identity. I recommend these video's. Introduction to Identity Part 1 - June 25 | Identiverse 2019 Introduction to Identity Part 2 - June 25 | Identiverse 2019 OAuth 2.0 Master Class - Part 1 - June 25 | Identiverse … Continue reading Identiverse 2019
Rights Management Microsoft rights management solutions be it WRM or AD-RMS have been in my opinion for many years, a solution waiting for a problem; many organisations wanted to protect and control their documents and emails from being read or altered by recipients the content was not intended for, but the product lacked some important functionality, one … Continue reading Azure Information Protection – The procrustean problem.
Not so much of a blog post but more of an FYI to let you know that these reference architecture for Azure Identity Management (and other parts of Azure) exist. Identity Management - Reference Architecture Microsoft Azure - Reference Architecture
Microsoft's performance tuning guide for Windows Server 2016 organises performance and tuning guidance across three tuning categories:
I regularly work with multiple Azure Active Directory and Office 365 tenants, recently I wanted to utilise a domain that was attached to a tenant that had expired in December 2015, but did not know how to recover it. The various portals that you can utilise offer very little guidance. Azure Active Directory was a … Continue reading Recover a domain name from an expired trial Office 365/Azure Active Directory tenant.
Recently I faced an issue with Azure AD Connect. The scenario: A Windows Server 2012 R2 box with direct access to the internet with Azure AD Connect installed and running under the context of a service account. As Azure AD Connect was running in the context of a service account, it wanted to utilise a … Continue reading Azure AD Connect: User Realm Discovery Failed.
Azure Active Directory Connect (AADConnect) is the tool that connects your on-premises Active Directory to Azure Active Directory. At the end of the setup there is a rather unhelpful message asking you to run "AdSyncPrep:Initialize-ADSyncDomainJoinedComputerSync" Translated to English this means. (also see Update 20/07/2016) Open PowerShell and set your execution policy to unrestricted. set-executionpolicy unrestricted … Continue reading Azure AD Connect: Initialize-ADSyncDomainJoinedComputerSync