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The RC4 Removal Files Part 2: In AES We Trust

Background Flash back to the late 80's...mullets for all, Polo drenched teens, big hair, and RC4 in all it's glory. Life was good. Flash forward to now and all of these things are out of style. In the case of ... continue reading
Infographic showing maximum detection during attack stages, with Office 365 ATP, Azure AD Identity Protection, and Cloud App Security.

Changing security incident response by utilizing the power of the cloud—DART tools, techniques, and procedures: part 1

This is the first in a blog series discussing the tools, techniques, and procedures that the Microsoft Detection and Response Team (DART) use to investigate cybersecurity incidents at our customer organizations. Today, we introduce the team and give a brief ... continue reading
MIM 2016 SP1 - Service and Portal Installation Guide

MIM 2016 SP1 – Service and Portal Installation Guide

First published on MSDN on Jul 19, 2018 Introduction: This document is intended to be used as an operational build document for the Microsoft Identity Management 2016 MIM Service and Portal Server installation. This guide does not cover the installation ... continue reading

Save more on Azure usage—Announcing reservations for six more services

With reserved capacity, you get significant discounts over your on-demand costs by committing to long-term usage of a service. We are pleased to share reserved capacity offerings for the following additional services. With the addition of these services, we now ... continue reading
MIM 2016 SP1–Service and Portal Installation Guide

MIM 2016 SP1–Service and Portal Installation Guide

First published on MSDN on Jul 19, 2018 Introduction:This document is intended to be used as an operational build document for the Microsoft Identity Management 2016 MIM Service and Portal Server installation. This guide does not cover the installation of ... continue reading
New install or Upgrade to Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 SP1– Service and Portal

New install or Upgrade to Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 SP1– Service and Portal

First published on MSDN on Oct 07, 2016In this post we will walk through an upgrade / Install scenario of MIM 2016 to MIM 2016 SP1, note this is not an in place upgrade and it requires the current version ... continue reading

Cross Forest Management – (Create groups with FSP’s as Members) Part 1

First published on MSDN on Feb 05, 2016 Scenario: 2 Forest Contoso Fabrikam Each Forest has Exchange installed Fabrikam needs to allow members of members of groups to access SharePoint Resources Contoso will be the source for all Groups Groups ... continue reading
Provisioning a Mail Enabled User

Provisioning a Mail Enabled User

First published on MSDN on Sep 08, 2015 I’d like to cover something that I get asked about a lot: provisioning mail enabled users with FIM. In this example, I’m going to focus more on the FIM pieces and much ... continue reading
Infographic showing the classic SIEM model: Incidents, Alert Queue, Primary Investigation, Pivot and Remediate.

CISO series: Lessons learned from the Microsoft SOC—Part 3a: Choosing SOC tools

The Lessons learned from the Microsoft SOC blog series is designed to share our approach and experience with security operations center (SOC) operations. Our learnings in the series come primarily from Microsoft’s corporate IT security operation team, one of several ... continue reading
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Windows Admin Center unleashes Server Core adoption

Since the general availability of Windows Server 2019, we have seen the fastest adoption rate of Windows Server Core in history. If you havent heard of Windows Server Core, then youre really missing out! Windows Server Core is the lightest ... continue reading