Join us July 6th for the first Azure AD B2B collaboration AMA!

Join the Azure AD Team on Wednesday, July 6th, at 9am PST/12pm EST for the first Azure AD B2B collaboration-hosted Ask Me Anything (AMA) on the Microsoft Tech Community. You’ll be able to connect directly with the Azure AD B2B collaboration team, who will be on hand to answer your questions and listen to feedback. Add…

#AzureAD Connect and the on-premises AD Recycle Bin: What do you need to know about the sourceAnchor attribute

Starting from Windows Server 2008 R2, we had the really good option to enable Active Directory Recycle Bin. After all these years you should be familiar with that option, since we talk often about this topic for that last… 8 years. If you just want to refresh your memory and learn about the on-premises AD…

Ping Access for #AzureAD is now Generally Available

  Here I am again in an airport lounge, waiting to catch my flight to Athens, Greece, where I should start delivering tomorrow another MCSA Windows Server 2016 Bundle Course. This one will be delivered in Greek, but if you’re interested, we can deliver courses in English. Anyway, I thought that I could write a…

Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant presents #AzureAD as a leader for Access Management

Well, some of you may not really know who Gartner is, and why this “Magic Quadrant” is so important. Just to clarify a few things, I’ll copy some information from Wikipedia: “The Magic Quadrant (MQ) are a series of market research reports published by the United States research and advisory firm, Gartner, which aim to…

ATTENTION: New scam e-mail claiming to be from Microsoft

In case you receive the following e-mail, DO NOT click anywhere in the message and delete it immediately (please notify your administrator). It’s a fake message and has nothing to do with Microsoft. As you can see, the sender is by no way related to Office 365 services: —–Original Message—– From: Office 365 Online [mmiyazawa@gasei.cl]Received:…

#AzureAD Conditional Access support for Microsoft Teams & the Azure Portal

  More news today from the Azure AD product group: Conditional Access is extended to be used in the Azure Portal. But wait: have you ever used Conditional Access? If not, try to perform a search in my blog for “Conditional Access”, or simply click this link, http://systemplus.gr/?s=conditional+access and you’ll get a lot of information…