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M365/CLOUD, watch Microsoft status LIVE | See who has high volume traffic at homeoffice

https://twitter.com/MSFT365Status/status https://connectivity.office.com/status Microsoft M36X has been scaling up its information system to address downtime, which is unsurprising considering the recent outages experienced in the past months. Checking the Twitter Status M365 (https://twitter.com/MSFT365Status/status) in the morning is a good way to anticipate what to expect before opening your IT Support Ticket system. This allows you to […]

Active Directory accounts with ADMINSholder/adminCount flag | No syncback from Azure, ms-ds-consistencyGuid

english, Management summary To gain a better understanding of the ADMINSholder/adminCount attribute, we recommend referring to the provided blog posts, which shed light on the impact of this flag, particularly regarding ActiveSync and GPO. This attribute poses a challenge in the synchronization process of the Synchronization Service Manager (Microsoft Azure AD Connect Synchronization Services) as […]

M365, Exchange Online Remote Powershell blocked by T1056 Mitre Trellix

Trellix ENS 10.X, T1056 – Key capture using PowerShell¬†detected, Host intrusion buffer overflow ExP:Illegal API Use Blocked an attempt to exploit C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\WINDOWSPOWERSHELL\V1.0\POWERSHELL.EXE, which targeted the GetAsyncKeyState API. For efficient M365 and Exchange Online management, there are various methods available. While utilizing the PowerShell button within the Admin Portal is one option, it requires an Azure […]

M365/Hybrid Exchange Setup: Steps to verify on-premise, Prepare for Directory Synchronization (IDFIX, UPN, Proxyaddress)

TIP: Cleanup everything LOCAL before you even think of moving anything to M365 or Azure or even starting the Connector PRO TIP: Full manual list of Objects/attribute to check on your local ADS in this blog. This blog entry is mainly about those two steps of the MS Technet: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/enterprise/prepare-for-directory-synchronization?view=o365-worldwide Directory Clean-up Tasks Directory object […]