Monthly Archives: January 2018

A little more about hardened Azure VM deployment

One of my Azure security related articles provided step-by-step guidance on how to use Azure Automation with Desired State Configuration (DSC) to deploy security policy on multiple Azure VMs. Instead of clear explanation, the article was just written in a … Continue reading

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Getting Azure AD access token via REST Call

Part of Azure experiment, one of my colleagues started playing with Azure API Management last week. He was interested with what I introduced about the service, including API gateway, API publishing portal to readable policies to manipulate inbound request before … Continue reading

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Connect to Azure AD using Microsoft Account with PowerShell

Microsoft Account is considered not an internal account given to Microsoft employee. Microsoft account is associated to external services such as Live Mail, Skype, Xbox or so on. When connecting to Azure AD with Microsoft Account (e.g. LiveID) , you … Continue reading

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