With the release of iOS 11.0, the native mail client has now support for OAuth 2.0. OAuth 2.0 is often mentioned as modern authentication and provides some new capabilities like Microsoft Azure Multi-factor Authentication support and allows to using certificates for authentications. Modern Authentication uses a secure token instead of
During the last couple of weeks I have been asked from a couple of my customers on how to get Azure device registration to work in environments using either Windows Credential Roaming or Roaming User Profile (with Certificates included). After doing some research on the subject I found the answer
I’m proud to announce that I’ve been invited to speak at the Everything Windows User Group event held at Edgemo in Aarhus on Tuesday the 12th of September. Bridging the legacy gap in modern workplaces Microsoft is rapidly providing a strong platform for running Azure AD joined devices in the
Microsoft just released support for certificate-based authentication (CBA) for the Microsoft Azure Information Protection iOS app. The app integrates with the Microsoft Authenticator app that supports the Apple iOS SafariViewController that enables access to the certificates stored on the iOS device.
Microsoft brings security to Mac During Microsoft Management Summit 2012 it was announced that Microsoft will support both Linux and Mac from Configuration Manager 2012 and also deliver System Center Endpoint Protection for these operating systems. You can read the annocement here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/archive/2012/06/15/system-center-2012-extends-client-management-and-security-to-mac-and-linux.aspx This guide is only for manually deploying