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Complete Guide to Microsoft Entra Administrative Units: Enhancing Security and Efficiency

Complete Guide to Microsoft Entra Administrative Units: Enhancing Security and Efficiency Microsoft Entra, formerly known as Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), introduces a powerful feature called Administrative Units that can greatly enhance the way organizations handle administrative efficiency and security. This feature empowers organizations to fine-tune how administrative permissions are delegated and restricted, aligning with…

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Quick Management of Azure Subscriptions: Introducing AzureSubscriptionPicker

Quick Management of Azure Subscriptions: Introducing AzureSubscriptionPicker In line with the spirit of ThatLazyAdmin, I’m constantly on the lookout for ways to make our IT tasks quicker and more efficient. That’s why I’ve developed a new PowerShell script, the AzureSubscriptionPicker, designed to streamline the way we manage multiple Azure subscriptions. This tool does exactly what…

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Effortlessly Retrieve Your Microsoft Tenant ID with PowerShell and Microsoft Graph

Effortlessly Retrieve Your Microsoft Tenant ID with PowerShell and Microsoft Graph In the dynamic world of IT and cloud services, the Microsoft Tenant ID plays a pivotal role, especially for administrators and developers working with Microsoft 365 and Azure services. It acts as a unique identifier for your organization’s tenant in Microsoft’s cloud platform, essential…

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Enhancing Security with Microsoft-Managed Conditional Access Policies

Enhancing Security with Microsoft-Managed Conditional Access Policies Microsoft’s introduction of automatically managed Conditional Access policies within Microsoft Entra marks a significant step forward in simplifying and enhancing security measures for organizations of all sizes. This initiative underscores the commitment to not just react to the cyberthreat landscape but to proactively safeguard user access and identity…

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Ensuring Organizational Security through Proactive KQL Monitoring of Remote Access Tools

Ensuring Organizational Security through Proactive KQL Monitoring of Remote Access Tools In light of recent cybersecurity incidents, including a notable attack on the AnyDesk platform, organizations worldwide are re-evaluating their security posture with an increased focus on the tools and software installed on their endpoint devices. Remote access tools like AnyDesk and TeamViewer, while invaluable…

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Automating Azure Storage and File Share Creation with PowerShell

Automating Azure Storage and File Share Creation with PowerShell In the realm of cloud services, automation is key to efficient resource management and deployment. In this post, we’ll delve into a PowerShell script designed to streamline the creation of Azure Storage Accounts and File Shares, complete with a specified quota. This script is particularly useful…

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Exploring Microsoft Defender for Cloud: A Guide to Defender Plans

Exploring Microsoft Defender for Cloud: A Guide to Defender Plans In the evolving world of cloud security, Microsoft Defender for Cloud stands as a pivotal solution, offering a range of plans tailored to different security needs. This comprehensive guide will delve into the nuances of these plans, helping you navigate through the options and select…

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Understanding Microsoft Defender for Cloud Regulatory Compliance Policies

Introduction: In the realm of cloud security, compliance with regulatory standards is a crucial aspect that organizations must navigate meticulously. Microsoft Defender for Cloud, formerly known as Azure Security Center, offers an innovative solution to this challenge through its regulatory compliance policies. In this blog post, we’ll delve into what these policies are and the…

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Installing Windows PowerShell on Mac

Installing Windows PowerShell on Mac To get started we need to download the PowerShell Module for OSX from the following website: https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/ Now that we have the install file, we can simply click on the .pkg file to start the installation. The installation is very simple and straight forward. Once the setup window appears click…

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