Security – “The Best Christmas Gift, Securing your Accounts (‘Tis the season to be hacked on Facebook)”

Issue It's December and time to let your hair down. It could be a time to relax, do some reading or even take time to upskill in a new technology. Perhaps catch up with friends and family. But if you think you can completely relax just remember, your identities on-the-line(Vince Vaughn) are open and exposed … Continue reading Security – “The Best Christmas Gift, Securing your Accounts (‘Tis the season to be hacked on Facebook)”

Field notes: The case of the missing Organizational Unit (OU)

I recently assisted a customer with missing OU's in Active Directory. We found that the OU's were not deleted (thanks to the AD Recycle Bin), but were actually moved to another OU instead. These occurrences can easily be prevented by using a feature that was introduced with Active Directory on Windows Server 2008. Now this is nothing new, but since we are still finding occurrences of this at our customers, I decided to publish this post as a reminder to review all OU's in your Active Directory forest, and ensure they are protected from accidental deletion.

Enabling MIM Portal with Azure AD App Proxy

Enabling MIM Portal to work with Azure AD App Proxy is not new.  There are certainly numerous articles out on the Internet that talk about the topic.  At the same time, MIM Portal on App Proxy is not as easy to configure as other web-based applications are. My reasons for documenting this was to solve … Continue reading Enabling MIM Portal with Azure AD App Proxy

Intune – “Conditional Access, Terms of Use and The Company Portal”

The Issue We recently had an issue where we tried to use the Conditional Access setting and only granting Terms of Use for an Android Device Enrollment. The Investigation What happens now is as described in our docs article Terms of use - Azure Active Directory | Microsoft Docs - The authenticator app installs... Why … Continue reading Intune – “Conditional Access, Terms of Use and The Company Portal”