Microsoft Graph webhooks or the ability to receive an Azure AD Change Notification has been around for some time. However, as I primarily deal with Azure AD for user and group objects I never previously had the need to utilize them.… 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
Recently I’ve posted about accessing Microsoft Graph using MicroSoft Authentication Libraries (MSAL) with Python and using MSAL with Python and Delegated Permissions. This is the final post in the series where I give an example and script for accessing Microsoft Graph using MSAL with Python and Certificate Authentication.… keep reading
Last week Søren Granfeldt released the first update to his hugely popular Granfeldt FIM/MIM PowerShell Management in over 2 years. This post looks at the latest release and using the new Granfeldt FIM/MIM PowerShell Management Features.
The new features are:
- A new option to specify an auxiliary set of credentials that is passed to scripts.
Recently I wrote the Microsoft Graph using MSAL with Python post and mentioned that I would be writing up Python versions of similar MSAL posts I have written using PowerShell. Specifically, MSAL using certificate-based authentication and the topic for this post MSAL with Python and Delegated Permissions.… keep reading
It has been a while since I wrote a Microsoft Identity Manager or even a Granfeldt PowerShell Management Agent related post. Primarily because it has been quite some time since I have done any development for MIM. The last few weeks though I have, and I wanted to output PowerShell Management Agent Events to the Windows Application Event Log.… keep reading