Category: Microsoft

Granting permissions for single users to Azure AD connector in Flow and PowerApps

The Flow and PowerApps connector for Azure AD is great when you want to build an app that read and writes to Azure AD. Or to automate Azure AD tasks like editing groups or users. However, I quickly noticed that the user that wanted to use this connector in Flow was met by the following…



extensionAttributes – add values via Powershell + CSV file

It is common to have one or multiple extensionAttributes in an Azure AD environment for use with Intune for example. These extensionAttributes can be handled in a couple of different ways when it comes to managing the values set for each of those. For simplicity I’ve created a Powershell script that can add values to…



Microsoft Defender ATP for Mac now available in Public Preview

Yesterday Microsoft released Microsoft Defender ATP for Mac in public preview and are now available for download and installation though the Microsoft Defender Security Center. In the onboarding section in Microsoft Defender Security Center, if you have preview features selected, you will see how to onboard macOS machines. You will have the option to download…



Office Cloud Policy Service – Preview Feature

Earlier this year Microsoft announced a new cloud based service that allows administrators to create and manage policies for Office ProPlus users in your tenant, this service is called “Office Cloud Policy Service” or “OCPS” for short. These policies are created and managed via an internet based portal and are then enforced upon members of…



New baseline policies available in Conditional Access

Last week Microsoft starting to rollout three new baseline policies in Conditional Access. Baseline policy: Block legacy authentication (Preview) Baseline policy: Require MFA for Service Management (Preview) Baseline policy: End user protection (Preview) Baseline Policy in Conditional Access are part of Baseline Protection in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and the goal of these policies…



5 Things I check after I’ve installed Microsoft Edge Dev (Chromium)

Many of you probably already know that Microsoft have released their new Microsoft Edge built on Chromium as a Development-build for the public so we can try it out. As usual when it comes to new things we want to personalize it, so I would like to share my first 5 things that I customize…



Building native multi-platform tools with ReasonML, esy and Azure Pipelines

In this post we will go over how I implemented multi-platform packages for Reason with the help of esy and Azure Pipelines and publish them on npm. The high-level overview of the process is this: Create a npm release for each platform via esy release Copy all the different releases into a folder Create a…



Resource Graph Explorer and common use cases

This is my third post about Resource Graph and this time I will cover the new Explorer in the Azure portal and some use cases where I have found Resource Graph really helpful. You can find my previous posts here: Azure Resource Graph – Get started Azure Resource Graph – Azure Policy Resource Graph Explorer…



Virtual attendance to Microsoft Build 2019

New features and cool stuff – Microsoft 365, Office 365, Azure, Edge, Windows 10, and everything else Microsoft There are so many cool things you can do with new types of disruptive technology that was not even imaginable a decade ago. Impressive progress has been made across several disciplines within IT, and it doesn’t look…



FSLogix and Microsoft – When and How!

Since Microsoft acquired FSLogix in November there has been some uncertainty regarding licenses and most importantly when it will be available through Microsoft. Ever since Microsoft acquired FSLogix there has not been much information about whats happening. We know Microsoft had their eyes on Office 365 container solution and potentially Profile containers as well, but…