I am proud to announce that I will be speaking at Experts Live Europe Again this year. I am really excited about my sessions this year and I am sure you will enjoy them if you happen to be at the conference.
I have 2 breakout sessions, and the first one is a deep dive version of my talk at Microsoft Ignite earlier this year.
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I already told you I am hosting a Meetup at Microsoft Ignite in my previous post, but that’s not all. I am also delivering 2 Theater session in the main Expo area during the week. I am really excited about the interest in my sessions so far looking at the number of people who have added them to their schedule. You can build your own schedule here at https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/, and if you are not going, most of the sessions will be streamed and available on demand. Continue reading
Microsoft has just enabled guest access in Microsoft Teams. This is a great add for the service and allows us to collaborate easier and more with our external parties. But, maybe we also want to verify that our external users actually are who they say they are. Let’s try to protect our external user access to teams with Azure MFA. Continue reading
After 3 days at Experts Live in Berlin, my speaker duties are finished. This conference was pretty new to me and I would like to share my experiences. I have delivered 4 contributions to this great conference, 2 sessions where I have been talking about Microsoft Intune, Azure AD, Conditional Access and Windows 10 Modern IT and 2 discussion panel session talking about much of the same stuff 🙂
This is going to be a short blogpost on the updated experience on what it looks like for a user doing a out of the box Azure AD Join in the Anniversary Edition of Windows 10. There is a few and cool new things giving the user a much better experience.
One thing to notice is that Convenience Pin is disabled by default for Domain Joined or Azure AD Joined machines. Read on to learn how this affects the users.
This is my first follow up blogpost on Azure AD Identity protection. In this post I will show how you easily can setup a policy to required your users to register their Multi-Factor Authentication details. Continue reading
Today the preview of Azure AD Identity Protection is available. I just wanted to share my very first experiences on how you add this to your Azure Portal and how the experience using this is at first sight. Continue reading
I have been working with setup of MFA required for enrollement in Intune abit lately and have discovered a couple of things that is not really explained well in the Intune console/documentation.
Enrollment of devices in Intune will in most cases also trigger a device registration in Azure AD. This registration in Azure AD can easily be connected to a MFA requirement by just configure your Azure AD to require MFA for device registration. But this does not apply to all scenarios, so in this blogpost I am going to go into each plattform and explain what happens during enrollment and how the MFA is triggered. I will also cover different options for enrollment of Windows 10 Mobile. Continue reading