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 Ignite 2017 is now just about a week away and it is confirmed that the conference goes on as planned. That is truly great news for all us excited people attending this year.
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 🙂
Back in April 2015 I wrote about how to manage UEFI Firmware settings on the Surface Pro 3 from Powershell. This option has not been available on Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book. I have been looking and waiting for a way to manage this on the Surface Pro 4, and the solution that has come is quite different from what I thought. Continue reading
Businesses are investing a lot in securing access to company resources but still achive a good and simple user experience around accessing those resources. Haven’t we all strugled to actually get access to the corporate WIFI which has been secured with certificates? Or what about strugling with changing password on all devices to get e-mail flowing again after we have changed the password on our work computer.
This can all be made easier with provisioning users with a certificate on the mobile device. With the certificates provisioned to the user on the device, we can also provision wifi-profiles, vpn-profiles and even e-mail profiles for on-prem exchange without the user needing to provide a password to connect to it.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is a new service from Microsoft that will enable you to monitor and detect, investigate and respond to attacks on their environment. AP is not replacing your antivirus program, but adding a post-breach layer to the Windows 10 Security Stack.
Windows Defender ATP is using client-side sensor technology that is built into Windows 10 (Anniversary Edition) and a cloud service that is using advanced machine learning and telemetry date to help you investigate the breach and offers you response recommendations. Continue reading
Since Microsoft released support for Windows 10 management through Intune we have been able to manage the settings for Defender through custom OMA-URI settings in the Intune portal. The experience around this har been OK, but not optimal.
In the latest update release for Intune it is now possible to manage all settings for Windows Defender directly from the General Windows 10 Policy template. In this blogpost I will show how this new feature work. 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