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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
When I start a new ConfigMgr project or when I have the first customer meeting, I always ask if they can give me the naming conventions they use in their SCCM infrastructure. The top most answer is: Naming Conventions?? We just check other objects and use then a similar name.
Have you been getting your first experiences with MSIX and have been doing some App-V before?Then you will know that App-V has a cool trick where you can load any executable inside the App-V Bubble for troubleshooting with the command: %desiredexe% /appvve:%PackageGuid%_%VersionGuid% Wouldn’t it be great if there was something like
The baseVISION Techblog was used by me and several baseVISION employees to share their knowledge with the community. All the blog posts were written during our free time and was not paid by baseVISION. To make the platform more open and also allow others to join our blogging team we
For a long time, I had some issues with my tool MSIX Commander, regarding running it out of an MSIX container. Now I finally managed to get the new Version working as an MSIX. After spending numerous hours in the evening, I finally had one quiet morning alone on the
In today’s environments one of the most important point is to keep them clean and tidy. Otherwise deployment statistics and security related reports are not correct. Therefore it’s important to continuously clean up your environment. In this blog I will cover solution on how to automatically cleanup when you are
I found some free time I could invest to add some new features to my tool MSIX Commander. Those new features are the following: Showing Dependencies (Modification Packages) of installed MSIX Packages. This was an idea by Tim Mangan. Thank you for that. Shows if sideloading is activated or not