If you are using ADFS for authentication and you want to skip MFA for a user if a specific authentication mechanism was used. In this post I show you one possible solution.
In my day to day business I often need to know if a tenant or an on-premise Exchange 2016 environment is enabled for modern authentication. Most of the time I need this information at a point in time, where I do not have access to the customers Exchange (Online) environment - and most of the … Continue reading Quick tip: Check if Exchange modern authentication is enabled
In my first part I covered some of the backgrounds of this implementation and ended up with adding an additional SQL attribute store to ADFS. In this part I will explain setting up the database and tables for our alternative alternate login id. The idea behind the alternative alternate login id is, to issue claims … Continue reading Using alternate login id without using alternate login id – part 2
When you are working with complex Active Directory environments that have been more or less grown uncontrolled, it is always a challenge to move your workload to the cloud. Most administrators are faced with a challenge from start when it comes to the sync with Azure AD Connect and the user principal names. Wouldn't we … Continue reading Using alternate login id without using alternate login id – part 1