Automating Azure AD

In the previous article, we explored how to interact (read / write) to an Azure AD tenant using Microsoft Graph API. In the article before that, we looked at how to authenticate a user without using Azure AD web flow. Those were motivated by a specific scenario:  replacing a LDAP server by Azure AD while … More Automating Azure AD

Using Microsoft Graph API to interact with Azure AD

In my last article, I showed how to authenticate on Azure AD using a user name / password without using the native web flow. The underlying scenario was to migrate an application using an LDAP server by leveraging an Azure AD tenant. The logical continuation of that scenario is to use the Microsoft Graph API … More Using Microsoft Graph API to interact with Azure AD

Joining an ARM Linux VM to AAD Domain Services

Active Directory is one of the most popular domain controller / LDAP server around. In Azure we have Azure Active Directory (AAD).  Despite the name, AAD isn’t just a multi-tenant AD.  It is built for the cloud. Sometimes though, it is useful to have a traditional domain controller…  in the cloud.  Typically this is with … More Joining an ARM Linux VM to AAD Domain Services

Azure Active Directory Labs Series – Multi-Factor Authentication

Back in June I had the pleasure of delivering a training on Azure Active Directory to two customer crowds.  I say pleasure because not only do I love to share knowledge but also, the preparation of the training forces me to go deep on some aspects of what I’m going to teach. In that training … More Azure Active Directory Labs Series – Multi-Factor Authentication