Tag: azure AD

Microsoft Managed Desktops – What is it and where do partners fit in ?

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A week ago Microsoft announced their new service offering called Microsoft Managed Desktop, which is essentially a service where Microsoft will manage your endpoints trough a lifecycle management together with an OEM vendors (Currently only Microsoft based devices) So think about all the…

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Security Graph API and getting alerts

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The Security Graph API was released into GA yesterday at Microsoft Ignite, and is a subset of the Graph API which is collecting information from many different security products in the Microsoft Cloud (and now part of EMS package) Now if you are unfamliar…

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Setting up Citrix SSO with Windows 10 and Azure AD Join

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A While back I blogged about setting up Citrix FAS and using NetScaler as a SAML iDP, which you can find here –> http://msandbu.org/setting-up-saml-authetication-for-netscaler-and-storefront-with-sso/ now I wanted to extend upon that and show how you can use Windows 10 Azure AD Join together…

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What’s actually new in Windows 10

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So far for those that have been part of the windows insider preview, most have been caught up with the GUI, which of course is an important aspect on how user friendly the operating system has become. And some have been speculating on…

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Netscaler and Office365 SAML iDP setup

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With Netscaler 10.5, Citrix announced the support for SAML Identity Provider on the Netscaler feature. That basically meant that we could in theory use the Netscaler as an identity provider for Office365 / Azure AD. Now I have been trying to reverse engineering…

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Azure Active Directory features and possibilities

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In the last couple of years now, Microsoft has been working actively with new features in Azure Active Directory. For those who aren’t aware of what that is I can tell you briefly. It is identity as a service hosted in Azure (Its…

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