For Azure AD Connect synchronized domains, I find it quite common that a customer sets up the synchronization itself, but does...
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For Azure AD Connect synchronized domains, I find it quite common that a customer sets up the synchronization itself, but does not read documentation describing the preparation before deploying Azure AD Connect. This usually results in using a local domain in the local Active Directory (the .local domain) and does not have a publicly [...]Lukas Beran
Office 365 offers eDiscovery, which is the search for information across the tenant. This enables selected users to search virtually all the data in Office 365, which means, for example, user mailboxes. This is useful when it is necessary, for example, to search for some information for a courtroom. For some larger organizations, [...]Lukas Beran
Meltdown security issue (CVE-2017-5754) applies to all Intel processors since 1995, except for older Intel Atom processors and Itanium processors. This processor error causes ability to read privileged memory, which is a very significant security risk. Second security issue Specter (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715) applies to all Intel, [...]Lukas Beran
DMARC is together with SPF and DKIM another technology protecting you against phishing and spoofing. Implementing DMARC with SPF and DKIM provides additional layer of protection. This validation uses DNS records where are specified mail servers authorized for sending emails from your domain. Differences between SPF and DMARC The [...]Lukas Beran
Live migrations allow to migrate running virtual servers from one Hyper-V host to another. Live migrations are not load balancing nor failover clustering, it’s just moving a VM from one host to another requested by admin for example when you buy another host and you want to distribute the load. How to allow Hyper-V live migrations [...]Lukas Beran