Tag: Active Directory

Automatic environment cleanup with Intune Connector for AD Extender

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

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Extending the Intune Connector for Active Directory

When using Azure AD Hybrid Join with Windows Autopilot the «Intune Connector for Active Directory» is closing the gap between your on-premise Active Directory and Azure AD. It provides the domain join functionalities to your devices. This process works great, but as soon you start using it you have more

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AzureAD Joined Device and Kerberos???

If you join a device to Azure AD, then you get SSO to cloud resources protected by Azure AD. If you are using a Hybrid User (Synchronized from your on-premise Domain), you get an additional hidden gimmick. In general, it allows a lot of use cases where a company would

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Exploiting Active Directory Administrator Insecurities

After a weekend, full of computer enthusiasts and knowledge transfer at the Defcon 26 in Las Vegas, I am working again and wanted to share a few things I learnt there. There were a few things shown about administering active directory. In this post, I want to tell you about

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