How to implement Windows Hello for Business with Cloud Trust

Multi-factor authentication is pretty much the standard these days, but for our Windows devices, most of us still use only a username and password. The problem with strong passwords is that they are sometimes hard to remember and users often reuse them on multiple sites. … Read moreHow to implement Windows Hello for Business with Cloud Trust

How to use RSoP to check Group Policies

Troubleshooting Group Policy can be a daunting task. Changes that you make in the Group Policy Management Editor are not always reflected immediately on the client. You are now probably using GPResult to verify the policies. But an easier way is to use the RSoP … Read moreHow to use RSoP to check Group Policies

How to enable Password Writeback in Azure AD

Password Writeback isn’t enabled by default in an Azure AD Hybrid environment. Password changes or resets need to be done on-premise and can’t be done in Office 365. For the user experience, it’s more convenient that they can reset or change their password also in … Read moreHow to enable Password Writeback in Azure AD

How to force Azure AD Sync delta manually with PowerShell

You have installed and configured Azure AD Connect, but how do you force the synchronization? When you change a user in your local Active Directory you might want to speed things up by forcing a delta sync to Azure AD. We can use a simple … Read moreHow to force Azure AD Sync delta manually with PowerShell

How to use IdFix to Find and Fix invalid AD objects

When you are planning to synchronize your local Active Directory with Azure AD, then it’s important to first run the IdFix tool from Microsoft. This tool will help you to find and resolve problems in your Active Directory. The IdFix Tool will identify any potential … Read moreHow to use IdFix to Find and Fix invalid AD objects

Get-ADUser – How to Find and Export AD Users with PowerShell

The Active Directory is our main source when it comes to managing user accounts. The management console is great for looking up a single user, but when we need more, then the Get-ADUser cmdlet in PowerShell is much more powerful. It allows us to quickly … Read moreGet-ADUser – How to Find and Export AD Users with PowerShell