Posted by Paolo Valsecchi on December 20, 2018
Office 365 update AD FS SSL certificate with Azure AD Connect

When the AD FS SSL certificate of your Office 365 infrastructure is about to expire, you need to update the AD FS SSL certificate accordingly to avoid services disruption. During the configuration of the Office 365 environment you need to install an SSL certificate to establish a secure communication between Office 365 components. To easily update the SSL certificate for both AD FS and WAP Servers you can use the Azure AD Connect tool. This procedure works also if the user sign-in method is not AD FS.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on January 24, 2018
Enroll your devices in Intune and deploy a new App in the Azure Portal

After seeing on how to start with Intune in the new Azure Portal, we will see how to enroll devices (iOS, Android & Windows 10) and how to deploy applications on them.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on January 17, 2018
Start configuring Intune in the new Azure Portal

With the new Azure portal launched some months ago now, Microsoft is trying to move all management console in this new portal, and it’s the case with Microsoft Intune. To manage your Intune subscription now, you need to pass through the Azure Portal. To remember, Intune is a service to manage the mobility of your IT environment (mobile phone, laptop, etc.). I’ll now explain to you how to start with this new interface.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on July 6, 2017
[Azure Automation] Interface discovery. Part I

I recently looking for Azure Automation, from top to bottom. It’s why, in the next 2 articles, we will see how to use this tool, from A to Z:

  • [Azure Automation] Interface discovery – Part 1 (this post)
  • [Azure Automation] Migrate your scripts to Azure – Part 2

Start with the first article.

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Posted by Gary Williams on February 8, 2017
Fighting Azure AD Connects custom installer

I’ve recently been spending more and more time looking into various cloud technologies such as AWS and Azure. One of the projects I’ve been working on required the on-premises active directory to be extended to Azure to allow for a future introduction of various Office365 elements. The process for doing this is fairly easy as it’s just a matter of installing the Azure Active Directory Connect tool onto a server, creating the domain in the Azure portal and then waiting for Azure AD connect to Sync.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on January 5, 2017
[Azure AD] Passthrough Authentification and Single Sign On

Microsoft releases a new version of Azure AD Connect (previous was called DirSync) that help you to synchronize your on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD. 2 new functionalities appear with this new version.

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