Month: February 2022

Azure AD – You can now enable certificate-based authentication against Azure AD (preview)

As you may already know, you can use certificate-based authentication whit Active Directory Federation Service (ADFS). Well, good news, you can now also enable certificate-based authentication with Azure AD without the need to deploy a federation service infrastructure. You will still need to have properly deployed and configured your Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), which makes …

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Power Platform – You can now ‘isolate’ your Power Platform tenant (preview)

As you know Power Platform provides low code/code less capabilities to develop applications (Power Apps) or automation (Power Automate). While these capabilities are powerful and useful it can provides challenges in term of security and data exfiltration. Well, good news, you can now ‘isolate’ your Power Platform tenant from other tenants. This capability is turned …

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Power Platform – New tenant analytics capability (preview)

If you use Microsoft Power Apps or Power Automate in your company, administrators know it is difficult to have visibility on the Power Platform usage. Well, good news you can now enable tenant analytics to gain more visibility on how the Power Platform is being used. This option is turned off by default. To enable …

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Azure AD – New cross-tenant access (B2B) settings are now available

As you know Azure Active Directory (AAD) provides you with settings to manage B2B (business to business) – also known as cross-tenant or guest – access. Well, these settings have been updated to provide you a more granular control for inbound and outbound access which can then apply at the organization, user, group or application …

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Azure – You can now transfer files to your Azure virtual machine using Bastion (preview)

As you may already know, Azure Bastion allows you to connect to an Azure virtual machine using either SSH or RDP without the need to have a public IP address and management ports authorized on the network security group (NSG) (see https://t.co/UBOCpnMD2k). Since Azure Bastion has been made available, there has been some improvements to …

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Azure – You can now request to delete associated resources when deleting the virtual machine

EDIT adding the availability to do so when deleting VM As you know after deleting a virtual machine on Azure you need to delete the depend resources – virtual disk, network interface… Well, good news, you can now request to delete the associated resources when you delete a virtual machine. When you create a new …

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