Category: Password

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Multiple Domain Forests, Multiple ADFS Servers, and SharePoint – Part 2

In Part 1, we reviewed my configuration, updated the certificates, and added the “Claims Provider Trusts” within each ADFS Server. In this post, we’ll configure the “Claims” for each trust, ready for testing authentication.

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Basic Security Setup for Microsoft 365 – @M365CommDocs

This morning my first Microsoft 365 Community Document went live. It is entitled “Basic Security Set Up for Microsoft 365“. In the document, I walk through some of the reason to set Security, assuming...

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A year of creating courses, working and family importance

So this year has been busy for me, with it being the first full year of working for myself, as well as a bunch of family things that have impacted all of it. We...

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Nothing special…

Not anything special at all, except telling you I actually have a website for my company SharePlicity now. I have been meaning to create one for a long time but just never had time....

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Quick Update!!

As you know, starting in June of this month I left my job at Protiviti and started working for myself, creating a company called SharePlicity. So far so good, it has been more relaxing...

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Munich in June

On Wednesday, 27th of June 2018, Rencore will host a Full-day Tutorial on Building modern solutions for SharePoint and Office 365. This will be run by none other than Erwin van Hunen, Hugh Wood, and...

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Webinar Series: How your IT environment can be compromised

Join me and Netwrix in this practical webinar series about cyber-security. These three webinars walk you through the hacking process, some techniques hackers use once inside your network, and the tools and techniques you...

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How secure is #Office365 against cyber-threats?

How secure is Office 365 against cyber-threats? One of the questions I get asked frequently is this. Even with Microsoft providing documentation, guidance and speaking at conference saying how secure it is, we still...

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Understanding Privileged Access Workstations (PAWs)

For some of the work I do, there is often a need to have a secure workstation that will let me perform tasks for Administration only, and not be vulnerable to any type of...