Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) is an Azure AD feature that allows end users to self-reset their password if they forget it....
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Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) is an Azure AD feature that allows end users to self-reset their password if they forget it. This feature must be enabled by the administrator in Azure AD and the user must register authentication information – phone number, alternate email, mobile app. During a password reset, the user must of [...]Lukas Beran
Each organization can create policies at its discretion and needs. But there are some policy recommendations that should be developed in all organizations. You can read about conditional access in my previous article. Microsoft internal statistics say that by activating Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on user accounts, you eliminate [...]Lukas Beran
Conditional access is a very powerful tool for increasing security of your cloud services. However, full conditional access is only available with Azure AD Premium licenses. With Office 365 licenses, you get only the basic preconfigured settings that you can’t change. What is Azure AD Conditional Access Azure AD Conditional Access [...]Lukas Beran
I have my lab in Azure, where I run about 10 virtual servers with Windows 10 and Windows Server. And there is also one web server running Ubuntu 18.04. So far I have handled updates manually, so I had to log on to all servers, check for updates, install updates, restart. But Azure Update Management […]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