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How to automate user lifecycle management with Azure AD

Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) offers a robust solution for automating error-prone manual processes, such as onboarding, moving, and offboarding. This article explores the functionalities within Azure AD that enable automated user lifecycle management (ULM). Why automate ULM with Azure AD? Automating ULM with Azure AD offers several benefits: Reduced errors: Predefined rules and automated data…
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How to manage device identities with Azure AD

When a device is registered with Azure AD, it gets a unique identifier known as a Device Identity. Administrators use this identity to gain insights into the device’s configuration, capabilities, and security posture, enabling access to necessary resources, applications, and data. Azure AD provides a centralized hub for identity control, allowing organizations to customize security measures…
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How to configure Windows LAPS via Azure AD

This blog will guide you through setting up Windows Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) smoothly with Azure Active Directory (AD). We’ll take you through each step, making sure your system is updated with the newest Microsoft Intune features for easy management. Intune, short for Microsoft Intune, is a cloud-based service that enables organizations to manage devices, applications…
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How to configure Azure AD Connect for hybrid identities

By making it easier for on-premises directories to synchronise with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), Azure AD Connect helps enterprises manage hybrid identities throughout their environments. For Azure AD Domain Services to allow hybrid identities, additional configuration steps must be taken during integration with Azure AD Connect. This tutorial offers a thorough tour of setting up Azure AD…
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Azure Active DirectoryAzure AD Fundamentals

How to configure Azure AD Connect for non-routable domains

Azure AD Connect is a crucial tool for synchronizing on-premises directories with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). When dealing with non-routable domain names, such as those used in private network environments, additional configuration steps are necessary to ensure successful synchronization. This guide outlines the process of configuring Azure AD Connect to support non-routable domain…
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Implementing Azure AD Connect in a multi-forest environment

This is a thorough how-to for setting up Azure AD Connect in a multi-forest setting. You will find detailed instructions for setting up Azure AD Connect so that numerous AD forests are synchronised with Azure AD. We’ll concentrate on making sure that synchronisation runs smoothly across several forests and that their Azure AD environment has a uniform user experience.   What is Azure AD…
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How to verify DC functionality as a Global Catalog server?

Before verifying if a Domain Controller (DC) is a Global Catalog (GC) server, it’s essential to grasp these concepts: What is a Domain Controller ? A Domain Controller is a server in a Microsoft Active Directory environment that authenticates and enforces security policies for users and computers. What is a Global Catalog server ? A Global Catalog server is a DC that contains a…
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Azure Active DirectoryAzure AD Security

How to detect user account deletions in Microsoft Entra ID

Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), currently known as Microsoft Entra ID, is a Microsoft identity and access management service that helps organizations securely manage identities in hybrid and multicloud configurations. Method 1: Native auditing Log in to your Microsoft Azure portal using your administrator credentials. Navigate to Azure Active Directory: You can find this on the sidebar or the…
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Role-based access control in Microsoft Entra

Role-based access control (RBAC) in Microsoft Entra is a robust unified identity and access management suite from Microsoft for simplifying access management and ensuring that users have access only to the resources necessary for their roles. Abiding by the principle of least privilege, this robust security practice helps safeguard your digital assets from unauthorized access and potential…
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Microsoft Entra lifecycle workflows: Simplifying the JML process

Efficient workflow automation is crucial for organizational efficiency and security. Automating the JML (Joiners/Movers/Leavers) process with Microsoft Entra Lifecycle Workflows minimizes human errors and enhances operational efficiency. This guide provides a step-by-step approach to setting up lifecycle workflows in Microsoft Entra. Why automating JML processes is crucial for organizations? The…
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