Azure AD Administrative Units are a great way to manage access. You can create a new Azure AD Administrative Unit in just a few steps and then add user accounts to it.
This blog post will show how to view and export all the guest users inside an Azure Active Directory tenant using the Azure AD PowerShell module.
In this post, we will use a PowerShell script that uses the AzureAD PowerShell module to list all the registered devices (phones, computers, etc) in the organisation with the OS type, last logon time and the display name of each device.
It might sound like a simple question however the reality is far from simple when it comes to Azure AD management via PowerShell commands and scripts.
The following Azure Active Directory PowerShell script will generate a table that shows which user logged in and from were to Azure and Microsoft 365.
In this blog post, I will show you how to change the details on an Azure Active Directory user using PowerShell.
In this blog post, I will show you how you can create an Office 365 using PowerShell without using the console and automate this process.
In this blog post, I will show to list all the Global Administrators in Office 365 and Azure AD using PowerShell and Cloud Shell.
In this blog post, I will show you how to connect to Office 365 Exchange Online and Azure AD using Azure Cloud Shell.
By default, Azure Active Directory Connect is configured to auto-update itself every time Microsoft releases a new version.