You’re invited to the IT-University Masterclass – Why everything you did with Azure AD Connect turns out to be wrong

Online Masterclass

On March 7th, 2022, I will be presenting a masterclass, together with Raymond Comvalius for IT-University.nl. Dutch Raymond and I will be presenting on a topic that is close to my heart: Azure AD Connect.

Roughly 35 million organizations worldwide use Azure AD and many of these organizations use Azure AD Connect. In this session, we’ll show implications of using Express Settings and the wrong customized settings. We’ll also share how ignoring Azure AD Connect’s recurring admin tasks leads to insecure situations.

Learn how to configure and manage Azure AD Connect from two Microsoft MVPs who know a thing or two about this stuff.

I’ve seen people make many mistakes with Microsoft’s free synchronization solution. In this masterclass we’ll share these mistakes, their impact and show you how to start anew with Azure AD Connect as it’s the best advice to give many Azure AD Connect admins in 2022…

Mark your calendar!

Mark your calendar for March 7th, 2022 between 8 PM and 10 PM CEST for this free webinar. Register here.

The webinar will be delivered in Dutch.

About IT-University

This webinar is sponsored by IT-University.nl.
IT-University is a Dutch educational organization, specialized in  IT courses following the new world of learning. IT-University offers an Online Academy, webinars and masterclasses.

By registering for this masterclass, you submit your information to IT-University, who will use it to communicate with you regarding this event and their other services.

4 Responses to You’re invited to the IT-University Masterclass – Why everything you did with Azure AD Connect turns out to be wrong

  1.  

    Hello Sir,

    will it be in Dutch language?

    • Yes.

       
  2.  

    Hello Sander,

    I missed the live event.
    Is there a recording of this masterclass?

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