Why automate such a workload? Few reasons though Better Identity and access managementNot having to update too many locations for these type of requestsMeet demands/ less stress on the frontline IT This is the age of automation and everyone is in the automation bandwagon to automate the tech workloads in the cloud or on-premises. If … Continue reading Azure AD User Automation For Better Identity And Access Management
Microsoft have finally answered the prayers of the IT admins! Long story short, gone of the days where the IT admins had to make sure 2 AD forests can see each other and the ports are opened, before it adds to the Azure AD Sync tool as another directory, so the users from that directory … Continue reading Azure AD Connect Cloud Provisioning. The new feature that may come in handy!
Almost everyone is familiar with the traditional Windows file servers/ shared drives concepts and its a heavily used Windows Service. Users are very familiar with how to access those directories, request access to certain files and folders and request for file recovery if it's deleted.So far this mechanism has been used/ still using with on-premises … Continue reading Azure Files – Create File Shares in Azure and Authenticate via Azure AD Domain Services
As opposed to adding cloud based licenses per user basis or via PowerShell to automate license assignment with a security group, Azure's group based licensing is easy to do and will save a lot of time.This setup is ideal for the organizations which has a number of licenses for different types of users. Also will … Continue reading Azure AD Group Based Licensing
This article is for anyone who is struggling and thinking how to get rid of the On Premises Exchange Server now all the mailboxes have been migrated to the cloud and no need of coexistence, federation and mail flow required. As you may already know (maybe) Microsoft recommends us to keep the last Exchange Server … Continue reading The Hybrid Exchange Server Dilemma