Earlier this year I wrote this post on Microsoft Graph using MSAL with Python and Delegated Permissions. That post used the Device Code flow which was valid for the particular scenario I had at that time. This post whilst also using delegated permissions and MSAL with Python uses Interactive Flow.… keep reading
Which Azure AD Tenants is my user account federated too? More specifically, in which Azure Active Directory Tenants do I have an Azure Active Directory B2B Guest Account? Is there a way I can quickly get an Azure AD User Account Federation Report?… keep reading
Your Digital Identity is the foundation of who you are in our modern online world. In this session we take a quick trip down memory lane reminiscing on how our online digital identities have evolved and our early attempts at managing and securing them.… keep reading
I’ve recently upgraded to the latest Windows Terminal version (1.8.1521.0). Today after a well overdue restart of my computer, opening Windows Terminal with PowerShell configured as my default profile presented me with [error 0x800700c1 when launching `C:\Program Files\PowerShell\7\pwsh.exe’].
UPDATE 13 July 2021: v1.1.5 is now available with a few enhancements and bug fixes.
I’ve just published v1.1.4 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module to both GitHub and the PowerShell Gallery. Release 1.1.4 of the SailPoint IdentityNow PowerShell Module is the result of considerable effort by myself and Sean McGovern.… keep reading
Welcome to my PowerShell Snippets Vol 4. A collection of PowerShell commands for tasks that I don’t perform often and can’t recall easily from memory. Those ‘I know I’ve worked this out before’ type moments. Volume 1 is available here, Volume 2 is available here and Volume 3 is available here.… keep reading
Accessing Microsoft Office365, the Azure Portal, and the plethora of services we integrate with Azure Active Directory is for the most part seamless, especially when you only need to access a single tenant. However, it is 2021, and collaboration across tenants is the new normal.… keep reading
We’ve all been there. You’ve been working on implementing a solution in Azure and you’ve finally finished building it. It’s all working, and it is time to hand it over to someone else to support. The adage of a picture is worth a thousand words has always stuck in my head, and I always start with a diagram.… keep reading