Month: April 2019

Get Users from Azure AD with a large number of Registered Devices

The Challenge One of the challenges when managing an Azure AD Hybrid Join implementation is monitoring the number of devices registered to each Azure AD user. The default “limit” in Azure AD is 20 devices for each user. This number can quickly be reached in a shared computer environment, especially for your power user accounts …

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Windows 10 – Hybrid Azure Active Directory Join for Federated Domains

What is ADFS? Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) provides a secure mechanism to authenticate users, accessing applications (often in the cloud), using Active Directory credentials when Windows Integrated Authentication (WIA) is not possible. Not so long ago ADFS was considered the go-to option when needing to authenticate Domain users accessing Office 365 services. With the …

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Windows 10 – Servicing Stack Cadence

What are Servicing Stack Updates? Servicing Stack Updates (SSU’s) are Critical, Security Updates. They are shipped separately to the monthly Latest Cumulative Updates (LCU’s) because they modify the component that installs Windows updates. Microsoft strongly recommend that you install the latest SSU before the LCU. More information on SSU’s can be found at:- https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/update/servicing-stack-updates#why-should-servicing-stack-updates-be-installed-and-kept-up-to-date Microsoft …

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