Intune – Third party certification authorities is now supported for SCEP

One of the important security management responsibilities of Microsoft Intune is the ability to issue certificates to devices using the Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP). Starting today, Intune now supports third party certification authorities for SCEP – starting with Entrust as first CA. Support of Active Directory Certificate Services is still supported of course Below an high level diagram explaining how SCEP works with Intune (courtesy Microsoft) To setup the…

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Office 365 – New anti-phishing capabilities added to Advanced Threat Protection

A new default policy is being deployed for Office 365 ATP (Advanced Threat Protection) to protect you against phishing. The new policy is/will be available through the Security and Compliance administration portal (https://protection.office.com/) From there, reach out the Threat Management\Policy section and then click on ATP anti-phishing option Then the Default policy is not displayed in the list of policy; it is displayed using the button Default policy By clicking…

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Azure – An updated interface for Azure AD Roles management

The Azure Active Directory Roles configuration blade has been updated to provide more details and management option for Azure AD Roles. Connect to your Azure administration portal (https://portal.azure.com) or Azure AD administration portal (https://aad.portal.azure.com) and reach out your Azure Active Directory blade or Then reach out the Roles and administrators blade At first sight it does not seems to had some changes but it has been updated; first, if you…

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