Category Archives: Azure Active Directory

I’m presenting two more Active Directory and Azure AD Better Together webinars

After the huge success of my previously co-presented Active Directory and Azure AD Better Together webinars for their US audience, Netwrix and I have decided to organize these webinars again for people in Europe, Africa and the Middle-East. On June 23rd and June 25th, Netwrix’ Russel McDermott and I discuss how Active Directory and Azure […]

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What's New in Azure Active Directory for May 2021

Azure Active Directory is Microsoft's Identity Management-as-a-Service solution, offering seamless access, easy collaboration, efficiency in IT processes and improved security and compliance. In its Release Notes for Azure Active Directory, Microsoft communicated the following planned, new and changed functionality for Azure Active Directory for May 2021: What’s New Azure AD verifiable credentials Public Preview Service […]

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A Recap of Identity-related Announcements from Microsoft Build 2021

Another Microsoft Build event comes to a close. Microsoft organized Microsoft Build as a free digital event between Tuesday May 25th 5 PM CEST and Thursday May 27th 5 PM CEST. Microsoft Build is Microsoft’s annual conference event, aimed at software engineers and web developers using Windows, Microsoft Azure and other Microsoft technologies. First held […]

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Identity-related sessions at Microsoft Build 2021

Microsoft organizes Microsoft Build 2021 as a free digital event between Tuesday May 25th 5 PM CEST and Thursday May 27th 5 PM CEST. Microsoft Build is Microsoft’s annual conference event, aimed at software engineers and web developers using Windows, Microsoft Azure and other Microsoft technologies. First held in 2011, it serves as a successor […]

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The May Cumulative update fixes several Azure AD Join issues on Windows 10

Just like every month, Microsoft released cumulative quality updates to its supported Operating Systems in June 2021. This month’s updates, however, show a particular focus on several fixes for Azure AD-joined and Hybrid Azure AD-joined Windows 10 devices running Windows 10 version 1809 and beyond. Let’s take a look: Note: Windows 10 version 1809 has […]

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Keeping up to date as an organization: Track Microsoft 365 Message Center messages in Planner

One of the questions I ask every new colleague is how they are keeping up with the new and changed features in Azure and Microsoft 365. For individuals, it’s hard to keep up, but in many organizations, the IT department is having an even harder time doing so. This might have multiple reasons: They’re overwhelmed […]

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Default checks to perform when implementing Hybrid Identity, Part 5: Groups with non-linked-value replication-enabled members

This entry is part of 5 in the series Default checks when implementing Hybrid Identity

Microsoft has introduced an impressive array of technologies and an awesome vision on Hybrid Identity. Their vision entails seamless access to corporate resources, services and applications for people, no matter where these resources, services and apps are located (either on-premises or in the cloud) while in the mean time allowing for strong authentication and granular […]

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What's New in Azure Active Directory for April 2021

Azure Active Directory is Microsoft's Identity Management-as-a-Service solution, offering seamless access, easy collaboration, efficiency in IT processes and improved security and compliance. In its Release Notes for Azure Active Directory, Microsoft communicated the following planned, new and changed functionality for Azure Active Directory for April 2021: What’s Planned Users can only create security and Microsoft […]

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I’m presenting two Active Directory and Azure AD Better Together webinars with Netwrix

On May 18th, 2021 and May 20th, 2021 I’ll present 1-hour webinar sessions with Netwrix. Together with Netwrix, I’ll discuss how Active Directory and Azure AD are better together. You’ll learn how you can benefit from integrating your on-premises Active Directory Domain Services environment with Azure AD, how to harden your hybrid environment, how to […]

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From the field: A colleague encounters error “AADSTS50107 Requested federation realm object does not exist.”

Sometimes, you hit error messages that are just too vague to troubleshoot. I like these kinds of situations. I’ve hit this particular error before, but Microsoft fixed the issue with the 515 rID a long time ago… Let’s see what’s happening today causing the same error. The situation An organization has recently restructured. Today, all […]

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