Category Archive: Active Directory

Mar 10

Azure AD Group Based Licensing – Remediation of Errors

In the previous blog post we took a look at Azure AD Group Based Licensing for Office 365 which went into Preview a couple of weeks ago. In this post, we’ll take a look at Remediation of Errors which occur when Azure tries to apply the licenses to users. This video shows the assignment of …

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Jul 15

Kerberos, web services and getting married!

No, not me… I’ve been happily married for 19 years.. it’ll be 20 while I’m at the SharePoint Conference too, but that’s another story.. watch this space for more details on that one.. The marriage part in this post is something that has been the bane of SharePoint admins for a long time, and that …

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Dec 30

End of the year already?

Wow.. Christmas really came and went.. My last post was back in november when I had just returned from Gran Canaria after a nice relaxing week in the sun. After that short interlude, I had my first speaking engagement at a company seminar in front of 100 delegates. I was incredibly nervous and got a …

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Jul 23

Web Services – The new god!

I’ve shied away from psoting during the last few weeks. The main reason is that I just haven’t progressed with the LDAP issues that beset me a couple of weeks back. We’ve tried lots of port redirection and the like, but in the end we just can’t seem to force the remote workers laptops to …

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Jul 06

Remote working – Security nightmare….

Well one of the things that cropped up during the review of the product is that staff want to be able to work from home.. Guess what, this wans’t in the original spec which stated that the application should be secure and only allow certain users access to certain functions. We also decided to hire ot …

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Jun 08

It’s been a while..

Well a week or so since I found an untidy solution to the Excel properties predicament. I’ll be honest, I’ve not spent a lot of time looking at that this week as I’ve had to concentrate on the functionality of the communications between the spreadsheet cost model and the actual back-end data systems that will …

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May 22

VBA, Excel, SQL, LDAP and the like..

Well, it’s been a very busy week or so, I’ve really been burying my head into the Excel code thats going to form the backend of our application. Due to the nature of the data and the demands of the users, I have certain restrictions on the reference numbers that we’re using to track the …

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