In this post learn how to implement claims-based application access control when Azure AD B2C is federated with another identity provider.
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Inactive accounts that aren’t disabled in a timely manner threaten your AD environment. Cleanup of these accounts is crucial to keeping an organization secure.
Azure Active Directory Connect (AADC) installation creates a set of permissions that in most cases does not follow the concept of least privilege.
Forgotten passwords are a key driver of Help desk calls for many organizations. They are also a major cost factor. Azure Active Directory (AD) Premium includes a Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) solution that is completely hosted in the cloud and accessible from anywhere, including on mobile devices.
Enabling single sign-on (SSO) for SaaS applications adds convenience for end users, as well as reduces security risks and enables you to better meet compliance requirements. Using Azure Active Directory (AD) Premium to add SSO to your applications can solve these challenges, but there are a few things you need to plan for.
With the Azure AD Application Proxy, you can provide remote access to web applications and Remote Desktop Services (RDS) farms without opening any inbound holes in your firewall. You also don’t need to re-train your users because the URL they use to access an application doesn’t change.
Without a license, end users will not be able to use Office 365 services like Exchange Online or OneDrive for Business, so it’s critical that users have the right license(s) assigned to them. Historically, automating the assignment of licenses has required the development of custom PowerShell scripts or purchasing a third-party solution.