I just wanted to recap my experience from NIC 2018 by posting a short post about my experience as a first time speaker at NIC.
On day 1 it was great expectations as I had the first slot after the keynote talking about Intune Mobile Application Management. The room it self was OK and the tech worked perfectly. The only thing I want to point out is that the lighting was awful. As a Speaker I like to see my audience and be able to read them as I go along. This was absolutely not possible here and I really hope that NIC will consider changing this for next year. 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
If you want to do configurations like Windows 10 Hybrid Domain join of Office 365 Group Writeback in Azure AD Connect you need to run commands in Powershell to make that happen. But if you have a fresh new server and have just installed AAD Connect on it you will get an error when trying to run the commands necessary. Continue reading
It has finally arrived. Group Based licensing in Azure AD for O365 and other services. Lets take a quick look on how this can be done in the Azure Portal. Continue reading
After all the sessions at Ignite, it should be hard to pick out just 5 that gave me the most, but actually it was pretty easy. This is my top 5 sessions and links on where to find them online. Enjoy. Continue reading
For a while now we have been waiting for the integration between Windows Store for business and Microsoft Intune. This integration will allow you to deploy purchased or free apps from the Windows Store through the Intune admin console. This blogpost is a simple guide on how to set up this integration and deploy your first app. My example is going to use the Intune Company Portal app as an example. Continue reading
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