Creating SailPoint IdentityNow Certification Campaigns using PowerShell

Create Sailpoint IdentityNow Certification Campaigns

This is the second post in the Certifications by API series. The last post detailed searching and retrieving campaigns. If you haven’t read that, check that out as it will give you the background for this one.

Also as per the last post this post also assumes you are authenticated to IdentityNow as detailed in this post, and you understand that this post details accessing Certifications using the non-versioned SailPoint IdentityNow API’s.… keep reading

Automating Azure AD B2B Guest Invitations using Microsoft Identity Manager

Update: Oct 30 '18 
Also see this post that adds support for Microsoft's updates 
to the Microsoft Graph to include additional information 
about Azure AD B2B Guest users.

Introduction

Earlier this year Microsoft released the Microsoft Identity Manager Azure AD B2B Management Agent.… keep reading

Quickly generating a dataset of fictitious Users using Randomised Real Data and PowerShell

Introduction

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve had the need to generate a representative dataset of users. Of course I have access to many production datasets but for many reasons they can’t be used. Finding previous datasets I’ve randomly generated always seems to take longer than it should, so with my most recent iteration of having to generate a fictitious list of users with Australian addresses, I’ve documented how I went about it, along with the source data I used and the script to create it.… keep reading

A Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager

This is the third and final post in my series around using your voice to query/search Microsoft Identity Manager or as I’m now calling it, the Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager.

The two previous posts in this series detail some of my steps and processes in developing and fleshing out this Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager concept.… keep reading

Using your Voice to Search Microsoft Identity Manager – Part 2

Introduction

Last month I wrote this post that detailed using your voice to search/query Microsoft Identity Manager. That post demonstrated a working solution (GitHub repository coming next month) but was still incomplete if it was to be used in production within an Enterprise.… keep reading

Using your Voice to Search Microsoft Identity Manager – Part 1

Introduction

Yes, you’ve read the title correctly. Speaking to Microsoft Identity Manager. The concept behind this was born off the back of some other work I was doing with Microsoft Cognitive Services. I figured it shouldn’t be that difficult if I just break down the concept into individual elements of functionality and put together a proof of concept to validate the idea.… keep reading

Implementing Azure API Management with the Lithnet Microsoft Identity Manager Rest API

Introduction

Earlier this week I wrote this post that detailed implementing the Lithnet REST API for FIM/MIM Service. I also detailed using PowerShell to interact with the API Endpoint.

Now lets imagine you are looking to have a number of Azure Serverless features leverage your Rest API enabled Microsoft Identity Manager environment.… keep reading

Getting started with the Lithnet REST API for the Microsoft Identity Manager Service

Update: Feb 2019 
See this post for additional information 
configuring the Lithnet REST API for FIM/MIM post MIM
v4.4.x.x

Introduction

A common theme with my posts on Microsoft Identity is the extensibility of it particularly with the Lithnet tools that Ryan has released.… keep reading

How to use the FIM/MIM Azure Graph Management Agent for B2B Member/Guest Sync between Azure Tenants

Introduction

UPDATE: August 2018
As promised below I've finally written up my 
Azure AD B2B Invitation Management Agent. 
You can find it in this post here.

UPDATE: June 2018
When I originally wrote this post the intent was to test
the ability of the Graph MA to export to Azure AD.
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Validating a Yubico YubiKeys’ One Time Password (OTP) using Single Factor Authentication and PowerShell

Multi-factor Authentication comes in many different formats. Physical tokens historically have been very common and moving forward with FIDO v2 standards will likely continue to be so for many security scenarios where soft tokens (think Authenticator Apps on mobile devices) aren’t possible.… keep reading