Category: Hybrid

Exam cram series for SC-200 exam

Well, finally it’s time for a new part to my study series for Microsoft Security certifications. I have published guides for SC-100 and SC-300 and now it’s times for the “little” ‘sis between. Hopefully you will find this helpful, giving…

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Do’s and don’ts concerning security for Identity part 8

Continuing from last post with the same topic but now from the negative side of things. What could go wrong if you don’t do it right. This post will assume that you are still having on-premises AD with ADCS and…

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Do’s and don’ts concerning security for Identity part 5

Continuing with the do’s of Identity and supposing that you are in part of your journey that you have either Hybrid or fully cloud-based identities. In the last part I covered how you can keep your External users in bay…

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Cross-tenant User Data Migration is Now Generally Available!

Microsoft has announced that Cross-tenant user data migration is now generally available. What means User data and how the Identity will move between the organizations with the mailbox move? Read the announcement here. Let’s see what this solutions is about….

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Do’s and don’ts concerning security for Identity part 3

Continuing with the do’s of Identity and supposing that you have a Hybrid identity setup. This will translate to having Source of Authority (SoA) in your on-premises environment. We covered parts of user sync, what kind of solutions to use…

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Do’s and don’ts concerning security for Identity part 2

Continuing with the do’s of Identity and supposing that you have a Hybrid identity setup. If you still need (haven’t convinced you otherwise) federation services in on-premises, use should use Defender for Identity sensors for ADFS What it needs? ADFS…

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Certificate-based authentication is generally available!

Microsoft announced today at Ignite 2022 that Certificate-Based Authentication is officially out of preview and ready to use! Why CBA was created? “In May of 2021, the President issued Executive Order 14028, Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity calling for the Federal Government to modernize…

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Conditional access and authentication strength (preview)

First I wanted to mention the link problems inside Azure Portals. For a while and for some people portal.azure.com didn’t show the Authentication strengths in their portal, this has now been fixed in normal Azure portal. Entra portal on the…

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Defender for Cloud security alerts

The scenario You have a Windows server with a public IP-address and RDP (TCP 3389) is exposed to internet. And there is still over 3 million open TCP 3389 ports out there. Stupid right but if you are one of…

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Azure MFA migration tool and how to setup MFA NPS extension

Well, this is nice. Microsoft has released a migration tool to get rid of your On-premises MFA server. Scenarios Moving the registered MFA phone numbers is only part of the migration from MFA Server to Azure AD Multi-Factor Authentication. The…

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