You may recall that in March 2020 Microsoft was planning to configure a couple of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) security settings on behalf of
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Many organizations control access to internal systems by simply relying on whether or not an account is enabled. However, users often change roles throughout their
Web application owners need to generate and submit certificate requests to secure traffic to their websites. Application owners often use IIS to generate or renew
The process of cleaning up your applications can be time-consuming but there are useful ways to report and manage applications in Azure.
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Remediating LDAP security issues is important because the default configurations on domain controllers (DCs) and clients are open to various attacks. Learn how to remediate those issues.
Applications that use Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) are prevalent in virtually every organization that uses Active Directory (AD). Unfortunately, the default AD configuration provides
Azure AD B2C offers authentication as a service. Knowing the trade-offs between out-of-the-box user flows and custom policies can be a huge advantage.
Microsoft announced that after October 31, 2021, viral Azure Active Directory tenants would no longer be created for B2B collaboration.