Azure AD Synchronized Users with Password Sync are unable to change password

If you have recently started to here reports of users not being able to change there Azure AD / Office 365 Passwords then you may want to continue reading; Previously, If an administrator set a user to Force change password at next logon i.e. when they reset a user passwords it allowed password synchornized users to change…


Microsoft Azure B2B – Visual Studio Online

I am sure that you have heard that the Azure Active Directory Team have been hard at work and recently placed Azure AD Business to Business (B2B) in to public preview, which enables organizations to share applications & services that they currently use with external business guest / partners etc. and obtain your feedback prior to…


Azure AD Premium – Now Available via Direct Purchase

For those of you whom have been itching to get your hands on to Azure AD Premium Licenses but would of preferred to have purchased them on a per-month basis like you do with your Office 365, Dynamics CRM or Intune Subscriptions, the good news is you now can. In the Office 365 Administration Portal…


Azure AD Application Proxy – Publish Internal Applications Externally Secure, No Firewall Req.

This has been an new feature that I have been meaning to post about for some time now, It recently went General Availability and is available to customers whom have Azure Active Directory Basic or Premium. Microsoft Azure AD Application Proxy lets you publish applications, such as SharePoint sites, Outlook Web Access and IIS-based apps,…


Azure AD Custom SaaS Applications for any 3rd party service.

It’s been a while since i last posted an article and that is because it’s been a rather busy past few months I must say. Recently we launched the option for your to create Custom Applications in Azure Active Directory which allow you to effectively create SaaS Applications for any website to which you want…


Sign-Up for Microsoft Azure without Using a Credit Card ($0 Subscription)

*note* We recently made a change to the logic behind obtaining a $0 subscription so that even if you have a Trial 1st Party Service you can now obtain a $0 Subscription. I have been posting quite a lot recently around the benefits of Windows Azure Active Directory outside of the features you see if…