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Delegating Control in Active Directory

I have been saying for years that a good IT department in a secure, well-managed infrastructure will give their end users the tools they need to do their job… and nothing more. 319 more words

Windows Server

[VLOG ] How sssd maps SID to UID/GID

A few months ago I wrote a blog post analysing idmap – internal library of sssd. I received quite positive feedback about it, but also a few requests for something more high level. 35 more words

Active Directory

D365 Installation: Minimum Permissions required for Deployment Administrator

Hello Everyone,

During CRM installation, the following issue will arise when the minimum permissions at Organization Unit under AD are not provided to the deployment administrator (the account installing the Dynamics 365 Application) 324 more words

Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Authenticating users against Active Directory with PHP

A co-worker of mine asked how this can be done, since I’ve already had some experience querying AD with Java and PHP. It’s been some time ago so I had to think about a little but then I realized it’s easy. 124 more words

Programming

New Requirement! - Network Engineer with an interest in Security / Cyber Security - London, Perm

Skills: Network Engineer with an interest in Security / Cyber Security. Based in London (nearest tube station – Chancery Lane) my awesome client are looking for Network Engineer who has an interest/wants to move into IT Security/Cyber Security – training will be provided!. 294 more words

Recruitment

PS: Enable 2FA/MFA Office 365 Script Single User

The below snippet shows you how to enable 2FA / MFA via Powershell for a single user

# Connect to Office 365
$UserCredential = Get-Credential
Connect-MsolService -Credential $UserCredential
# Setup Authentication Requirement Varibles
$auth = New-Object -TypeName Microsoft.Online.Administration.StrongAuthenticationRequirement
$auth.RelyingParty = "*"
# Apply 2FA / MFA to user account
Set-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName 'example@example.com' -StrongAuthenticationRequirements $auth
PowerShell