Today, Raymond Comvalius and I presented on Enterprise Mobilty and Azure for 27 students MBO Level 4 ICT Management Year 3 curriculum at the Graafschap College in Doetinchem, the Netherlands. We arrived around lunch and hardly recognized the place. They’ve done some real renovations and the place looked like new. Really nice! We had lunched, … Continue reading "Pictures of our Enterprise Mobility and Azure session at Graafschap College"
It’s becoming a habit for Raymond and me to travel to Doetinchem in April to teach students of the Graafschap College on all the new stuff in the world of Microsoft and inspire them to rebuild and enhance our solutions for their studies. Last year, and the year before, Ronald Wassink and Arnold Maatman reached … Continue reading "Raymond and I are teaching High School students on Enterprise Mobility and Azure"
Remember when Raymond and I delivered a fully customized presentation on the Bring-Your-Own (BYO) technologies in Windows 8.1 (Update) and Windows Server 2012 R2 (Update) to a group of High School students last year? Ronald Wassink and Arnold Maatman reached out to us again to inspire their seniors to lead a life of continuous learning. … Continue reading "Raymond and I will be inspiring a new group of High School students"
Windows 10 brings a huge change when it comes to joining the trusted environment. How does the virtualization of the join change the security paradigm that we got so used to over the past decade. What happens to single sign-on and management of the workplace? Where are the new boundaries of the virtualized territory? How … Continue reading "Video: Join the Virtualized!"
We’ve discussed the WorkPlace Join functionality in Active Directory Federation Services in Windows Server 2012 R2 (and up) and the accompanying Registered Device objects in Active Directory Domain Services, and we’ve looked into granularly granting and revoking access to WorkPlace Join by specifying Issuance Authorization Rules for the Device Registration Services (DRS) and configuring the … Continue reading "Configuring the maximum amount of devices colleagues can Workplace Join"
When we discussed the WorkPlace Join functionality in Active Directory Federation Services in Windows Server 2012 R2 (and up) and the accompanying Registered Device objects in Active Directory Domain Services, you might have gotten the feeling that the directory might get cluttered with Registered Devices. Microsoft has built in a feature in the Device Registration … Continue reading "Configuring the inactivity time-out for WorkPlace-joined Devices"
Previously, we’ve looked at the WorkPlace Join functionality in Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) in Windows Server 2012 R2 (and up) and the accompanying Registered Device objects in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). When WorkPlace Join is enabled for a networking environment, by default anyone has the right to WorkPlace Join devices, by … Continue reading "Granularly permitting or denying the right to WorkPlace Join devices based on group membership"
Yesterday, we discussed WorkPlace Join and the msDS-Device object. Over the past months, these technologies sparked conversations with several people, some of which have very strong opinions on the exclusivity of domain join and a passion for loosely-coupling devices to Active Directory. This conversation could best be titled WorkPlace Join versus Domain Join. I’ll use … Continue reading "WorkPlace Join vs. Domain Join"
Last week, Microsoft Netherlands organized the 2014 TechDays at the World Forum in The Hague, where both Dutch and Belgian Developers and IT Professionals enjoyed two days of sessions, networking opportunities and catering. On Wednesday April 16th, Raymond Comvalius and I were scheduled to deliver a 75-minute presentation on Bring Your Own (BYO), so we … Continue reading "Pictures of the Dutch 2014 TechDays"
Earlier today, Raymond and I, presented a slightly modified version of our Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Show to High School students at the Graafschap College in Doetinchem, the Netherlands. Since we had a blast presenting this topic to the fifty High School students present at the session, and got some great responses on the … Continue reading "Pictures of our BYOD High School session"