How to federate Google (Gmail) accounts with Azure AD to access resources without a Microsoft account

My DIY project for this weekend is to try and implement a method to set Google as an identity provider for Azure AD resource access requirements. If someone can access apps or services on a different platform without having to create an account of the resource owner's end, that makes lives more easier and simply … Continue reading How to federate Google (Gmail) accounts with Azure AD to access resources without a Microsoft account

Azure AD User Automation For Better Identity And Access Management

Why automate such a workload? Few reasons though Better Identity and access managementNot having to update too many locations for these type of requestsMeet demands/ less stress on the frontline IT This is the age of automation and everyone is in the automation bandwagon to automate the tech workloads in the cloud or on-premises. If … Continue reading Azure AD User Automation For Better Identity And Access Management

Preparing workstations for the Cloud Journey with Hybrid Azure AD Join

In almost all the cases, the organization is not in a position to get away from the local domain as its tightly connected with other services that are running on-premises and maintaining the on-premises identity is vital. Further, you have the on-premises domain and the workstations are joined to it, GPOs being pushed across and … Continue reading Preparing workstations for the Cloud Journey with Hybrid Azure AD Join

Block Sign-in from Shared Mailboxes

I Found something very interesting in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center related to Shared Mailboxes recently and was inquisitive to check more on that. No explanations required for Shared Mailboxes and how it operates and the limitations. As long as a licensed user has got the delegation rights, that said user can open the mailbox … Continue reading Block Sign-in from Shared Mailboxes