Read about ERAC an open-source, user-friendly GUI for managing Exchange-related attributes without Exchanger Server and PowerShell scripts.
When Azure AD introduced cross-tenant access settings, the focus was on enabling Teams shared channels. Azure AD B2B Collaboration uses the same controls
Many have scripts to manage Microsoft 365 licenses built using the old MSOL and Azure AD modules. We show how to manage licenses using Graph SDK cmdlets
Azure cross-tenant access policies control collaboration with external tenants using features like Teams Shared Channels.
Continuous access evaluation (CAE) is a feature that flew under the radar over the past two years. Even so, CAE for Azure Active Directory is an extremely important feature that will not only increase the security posture of your environment but reduce the amount of time before a user loses access to resources when certain critical events happen. This article discusses the need for the feature and how to work with it.
In this article, we explain how to create new Microsoft 365 accounts with PowerShell using the Azure AD and Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK.
Backing up Azure AD may sound like a counterintuitive concept to many. However, in this article, we examine several reasons aside from Disaster Recovery that support why this is good practice for enterprise organizations, now more than ever.
Over the years, the Microsoft security stack has become very feature rich and offers many ways to customize the configuration. Third-party products are available with similar features, but lack the integration capability of the Microsoft stack. In the second part of the "Ten Ways to Harden the Security of Your Microsoft 365 Tenant" series, we look at five ways to secure your environment using controls that require a premium license such as Office E5 or Azure AD Premium.
If there's one topic all administrators can agree on, it's that security is something every organization should work to improve in 2022. In this two-part article series, we explain ten different ways to improve tenant security that every administrator should consider. The first part reviews five ways to harden tenant security without the need for extra licenses, using controls that every organization can implement.
As many organizations adapt legacy scripts to use app authentication instead of traditional service account credentials, security can be compromised if certain risks are overlooked. While app secrets can be great for testing code, there’s a reason they have an enforced expiry date - the longer a secret exists in production, the higher the risk it will become compromised. The methods described in this article will help build a good foundation for app authentication while keeping security top of mind when creating or updating automation scripts.