B2B user management is a challenge for many organizations that utilize it for collaboration. In this blog, we discuss how to address this challenge using
How to Connect to Microsoft Exchange Online PowerShell with Certificate Authentication in Azure Functions
In a previous blog series, I discussed how to use certificate authentication for PowerShell scripts running in a standard Windows environment. (See “Authentication Options for
Microsoft announced that after October 31, 2021, viral Azure Active Directory tenants would no longer be created for B2B collaboration.
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.
Shortcuts for when you’re building scripts to work with AD or working on servers with limited access to tools.
In Part 3 of this blog series, we discuss some other important considerations when taking this approach to automation.
Authentication Options for Automated Azure PowerShell Scripts, Part 2: Create and Configure an App Registration
Part 2 of this blog series gets into the details of how to create and configure an app registration for use with an automated PowerShell script.
Authentication Options for Automated Azure PowerShell Scripts, Part 1: Service Account vs. App Registration
Automation is a fundamental requirement for good systems administration, no matter what the platform. Being able to automate tasks ensures consistency and prevents mistakes caused by forgetfulness or by simply mistyping or mis-clicking—aka “fat-finger errors.”