Update (7/24): I updated this since the last revision, so if you downloaded it prior to 7/24/2018, get the newest version.
I began working with the product group on rolling in some of the network connectivity and testing checks available in the AAD Connect Network Test tool into the actual AAD Connect product. … [ Continue reading ]
Update: This tool has a new shortlink: http://aka.ms/aadnetwork
Since the tool passed the 500 download mark a few weeks ago, I’ve started getting more questions (internal and external) about a few of the tests and checks. … [ Continue reading ]
Over the last couple of days, I’ve updated a few tools that I have published on the gallery. Here’s the run-down:
AAD Connect Network and Name Resolution Test
I’ve been busy with this tool a lot lately, both adding tests and tweaking the way things are done. … [ Continue reading ]
A few users reported bugs with logging that I have updated. There was also an unreported bug when searching the XML generated by Get-ADSyncServerConfiguration for the connector’s AD user, which I have also resolved.
You can get the updated tool at https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/AD-Advanced-Permissions-49723f74… [ Continue reading ]
Update: We now have some public documentation available for this as well, so be sure to check there, too! https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/fundamentals/active-directory-deployment-plans
Imagine this scenario: You’ve been running Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) since before it was cool, and you’re tired of maintaining that highly available infrastructure (at least 4 servers) and the whole federation thing and its myriad of quirks and drawbacks and headaches (such as alt-id (which is still supported in Pass-through authentication with some caveats, listed below), claims rules, certificates, and the fun of trying to change UPN suffixes from one federated UPN to another).… [ Continue reading ]
I have created a more detailed example of how to do this here: https://www.undocumented-features.com/2018/09/14/fixing-office-365-anonymous-group-write-back-and-external-delivery/
Office 365 Groups are glorious creations. There are, however, some instances where they don’t work as you anticipate (or hope).… [ Continue reading ]