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Conditional Access: The Day of the Joining Device

Conditional Access: The Day of the Joining Device

This blog will be about a new User action in conditional Access and how to deploy this setting. I will also show you how to deploy this rule among all other rules in conditional access with the use of PowerShell. When you join/register a device you will need to require MFA in my opinion. It’s also a part of our Baseline tenant enrollment. I guess you don’t want someone outside your company joining a device with stolen credentials? Otherwise requiring…

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Gmail: King of the Monsters

Gmail: King of the Monsters

Different week, different use cases. This blog will be about the impossibility of having GMAIL as your Email client in combination with Android Work profiles and Conditional Access. Why not use Outlook? That’s indeed a very good question, as Gmail is also not an approved app. I guess users are just used to working with the Gmail app. They prefer the Gmail calendar notifications instead of the Outlook calendar notifications. Of course, we advised to start using Outlook, but the…

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Zero Trust Security Flow

Zero Trust Security Flow

Everything is about Zero trust security, you will need to implement it.  There are a lot of articles written about zero-trust security the last few months. Some examples: Zero Trust Security (microsoft.com) Take the Zero Trust Assessment (microsoft.com) How to best explain zero trust? It’s like the quote of Ronald Reagan but just with one additional word: Never trust, but verify Zero trust ensures, identities are verified and devices are safe before you can access your corporate apps and data….

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The book of Non-Managed Shared Devices

The book of Non-Managed Shared Devices

This blog will be about what options you have when you got a lot of non-managed shared devices that need to run the Teams desktop app. Imagine the next scenario:  Just right before the first Covid19 wave, a company made the decision to transform their organization into a modern zero trust company. Before this decision was made, everyone was working on a remote desktop cluster that was placed inside a datacentre and none of their (shared) on-premise devices was managed….

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