By default the Azure AD connect will perform a sync every 30 minutes. To view the Sync Schedule settings like the used synccycle and when the next scheduled sync is planned, you can use the ADSync module. This module is part of the Azure AD Sync connector and is located in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Azure […]
With Azure becoming more important for most organizations, there is also a need of being informed about any outages. With Service Health alerts you can configure in a few simple steps actions like: email alerts, push notifications, web hooks and automation runbooks which are executed when an alert is triggered. In this blog I will […]
In July 2019 the (Current Version) of Azure Migrate was released. In the previous version only assessment of on-premises VMware VMs was supported, in the current release support has been added to also migrate Hyper-V VMs and On-Premises Servers (november release). With the release of the Current version Azure Migrate has become a portal where […]
When you normally join a device to the Azure AD and automatic Windows enrollment has been configured. The device will be automatically enrolled in Intune at the moment the device will added to the Azure Active Directory. This will not happen when a device is being synced from the Active Directory to the AzureAD, then […]
To recreate the Azure Active Directory Seamless Single Sign-On (AzureADSSOACC) account follow the following steps: 1. Login on the server where the Azure AD Connector is installed 2. Start PowerShell as administrator and go to the following path c:\program files\Microsoft Azure Active Directory Connect 3. Import the AzureADSSO module: import-module .\AzureADSSO.psd1 […]
In the Azure AD there two ways to manage the membership of groups – Assigned Membership – Dynamic Membership The difference between the two is the members of the Assigned group are added manually, by selecting the users and/or groups from the Azure AD. To use Assigned Groups you don’t need any additional […]
Last year in November passwordless sign-in became available for Windows 10 but only for Microsoft accounts. Although this was a major step forward in towards a passwordless world, most companies do not use Microsoft accounts but AD or Azure AD accounts to sign in to computers. About a month ago the public preview of Azure […]
Everytime you access a Microsoft product like Azure or Office365 you will see the Microsoft Sign-in page. It represents the portal to your Company, so it’s obvious to make it recognizable like all other company assets. In this blog I will show how easy it is.