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Azure AD Powershell - Token Lifetime Configuration for MFA

The default token expiry in Azure AD for ADAL clients (using Modern Authentication) is 14 days for single factor and multi factor authentication users. This can stretch up to 90 days as long as the user does not change their password, and they do not go offline for longer than 14 days. 226 more words

Altering a Job Step on Hundreds of SQL Servers with PowerShell

I flew to Utrecht last week to present with Chrissy LeMaire and Sander Stad to present to the joint Dutch SQL and PowerShell User Groups. Whilst I was sat at the airport I got a phone call from my current client. 434 more words


suppressing external errors

I’ve been playing with powershell a lot lately. i say playing…  one of the things i keep coming up against is errors when i call external programmes. 274 more words


Speaking at Austin PowerShell User Group

This Thursday at 6pm CST I will be speaking at the Austin PowerShell User Group. I won’t actually be there (I wish I was there) but instead will be doing this remotely from my house. 73 more words


SharePoint 2010: Adding SAML Claim permission for All Authenticated Users using PowerShell.

I recently had to convert one of my SharePoint 2010 Web Applications from using Windows Claims/NTLM to use SAML Claims, removing the need for NTLM authentication by using a Claims Provider (ADFS) for authentication. 410 more words

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New Updates in PoshRSJob

I recently pushed out some new updates and bug fixes to my PoshRSJob module. I am continuing to provide updates to this module based not only on the feedback on the… 525 more words


Collect user and group SIDs and names from Active Directory

Ever found yourself looking through the Access Control List of a file/folder/share and mixed in along with the group names (hopefully not user names!) you see some SIDs? 396 more words