Introduction Writing Runbooks in Az Automation is possible in the following languages: PowerShell and Python, in PowerShell it is also possible to write PowerShell Workflow. In this blog post, I will walk through some highlights in writing 'PowerShell Workflow' and how to upload it to 'Runbook gallery' in Azure Automation. The pros and cons of using Workflow The … Continue reading Publish Custom PowerShell Workflows to Azure Automation
Not too long ago I wrote a blog post describing how to use Cloud Shell to create Export Rules for automating the backup of Azure Sentinel tables to Blob storage for long-term backup. This is useful for those organizations that need to store data, due to policy, for longer periods than the default 2 years … Continue reading How to Automate the Backup of Azure Sentinel Tables to Blob Storage Using PowerShell
Azure Sentinel customers with specific policies around data retention and the ability to retain data longer than Log Analytics allows, are interested in knowing how to move their Azure Sentinel tables to long-term storage. In a more recent blog post, Matt Lowe talked about how to Move Your Azure Sentinel Logs to Long-Term Storage with … Continue reading How to Automate the Backup of Azure Sentinel Tables to Long-term Storage Using Cloud Shell
All ARM enthusiasts among us will now probably cry out and be happy. Microsoft announced a new ARM DSL, called Bicep. I won't go into too much detail here, as I'm more into how to use a GitHub Action to use Bicep to generate an ARM template out of a .bice file. But let me … Continue reading GitHub Action for Project Bicep (ARM DSL)
Let me give you an introduction how to use the power of GitHub Actions and Workflows to deploy resources into Azure. I'm going to explain you the basics of GitHub Actions, Workflows, runners and how to deploy resources into Azure. At the end of this post you should have understood how GitHub Actions and Workflows … Continue reading Azure GitHub Actions and Workflows
I've worked with several customers recently who still like to be able to work offline somewhat. It's been part of their normal processes for a long while and has become a partial a habit due to working with legacy, on-premises security tools for so long. I try to teach better ways to modernize the processes … Continue reading How to Export and Backup Azure Sentinel Tables Using PowerShell
Updating the Kerberos decryption key for the Azure AD SSO computer account is a fairly simple process. In this blog post I walk through the steps to perform an update of the Kerberos decryption key.
Overlapping subnets and conflicting sites in AD can create unexpected scenarios. Here is how to clean them up.
Service Map can show you which clients are connecting to your DC, now how do we find which sites they belong to?
The Issue I recently had the opportunity to build a Hybrid Cloud Print Solution. If you have never built this before, it isn't hard but there are a lot of moving parts. Stay close to our official document - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/hybrid-cloud-print/hybrid-cloud-print-deploy By not deviating from the above document you not only make your own life easier, … Continue reading Infrastructure – Hybrid Cloud Print – Publish Printers Powershell