How Azure Managed Identity works explained. A special type of Enterprise Application.

“A special type of Enterprise Application” you may ask. Aren’t we talking about Azure Managed Identities here? You are absolutely right! And yet, we cannot avoid talking about Enterprise Applications. I will explain below how this works. If you are … Read More

Default AzureAD Enterprise Applications explained, where do they come from?

Last week I posted an article (The difference between AzureAD App Registrations and Enterprise Applications explained) to which I received many responses. For many people, the difference between App Registrations and Enterprise Applications has become a lot clearer. I am … Read More

The difference between AzureAD App Registrations and Enterprise Applications explained

The lack of clarity regarding app registrations and enterprise applications is regularly discussed. Both terms are used interchangeably by people and to make it even more unclear, different terminology is used within the Azure portal and for example PowerShell or … Read More

Restrict access permissions for Azure Active Directory guest users

When a user is added within Azure AD, they are automatically assigned a certain permission set. There is a difference in the origin of the user here. There are 2 options: A user from your own organization (from the same … Read More

Privileged access groups

With privileged access groups, an extra privileged identity management (PIM) functionality has recently been added. It allows you to make individuals or groups eligible for group membership and ownership, as opposed to permanent allocations.Because you can link different privileged identity … Read More

Azure AD role-assignable groups

It has recently become possible with Azure AD role-assignable groups (in addition to assigning an Azure AD role to a user) to be able to assign roles to an Azure AD group. This allows you to keep an overview because … Read More