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Azure AD
Thomas Kurth

Azure AD Guest Account -Governance and Cleanup

One of the biggest challenges with guest/external accounts in Azure AD is to build a governance process to keep your directory clean. Many companies do not like to have old and unused guest accounts forever in their Azure AD. Without a review functionality and information who has invited them this

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SCCM
Thomas Kurth

Monitor Windows Hello and AAD Hybrid join enrollment with MEMCM

Dsregcmd.exe is one of the most important troubleshooting tools on a Windows device when working with Azure AD Hybrid Join or Windows Hello. But this tool is only available as a command line tool and not in PowerShell. I wrote a translation function to change that. The Get-DsRegStatus function can

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Azure AD
Thomas Kurth

Lessons Learned: Azure AD Conditional Access

Azure AD Conditional Access is one of the most named features which customer implement to protect their environments. But as with many cloud features at first glance it looks really simple to implement but then the complexity comes visible during rollout. Many customers activating it without thinking what the impact

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General
Seraina Steinemann

Workplace Ninja Summit 2020 moves to 2021

Dear all,  In consideration of the extraordinary health crisis related to COVID-19 and the uncertainty about summer events, we have to postpone the Workplace Ninja Summit with a heavy heart to 2021. We have put a lot of passion into the organization of this event and the more difficult it is now to make this

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Dataprotection
Philip Büchler

Edge Version 81 now supports Windows Information Protection

Introduced a long time ago, Windows Information Protection (WIP) still lives in a niche of configurations that only very few actually use. Which is a shame, as its very powerful and easy(-ish) to configure. You can read everything about it in Microsofts documentation for the feature.  One thing that was

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