Tag Archives: Active Directory

Differences Between Active Directory and Azure Active Directory

Lately, a lot of people keep asking, “What’s the difference between Active Directory, and Azure Active Directory?” Well, in short, a lot! Here is my take on it, and my typical response to customers. One thing to note is, Azure Active Directory (AAD) and traditional/on-premises Active Directory (AD) are similar yet two very different things. […]

The Cloud and my on-prem investments by Daniel Örneling

The Cloud and my on-prem investments, a perfect match? As most people in the IT community know, there is a hip “new” thing called the Cloud. It has been a hot topic for a while now. When talking about it, there are some questions that are frequently asked, like: “What is the difference between public and […]

Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – AD Assessment (Part 12)

Previously on Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series: Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – System Update Assessment (Part 1) Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – Malware Assessment (Part 2) Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – Log Management (Part 3) Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – Capacity Planning (Part 4) Microsoft Azure […]

Several MPs Updated

This blog post is to inform you that several MPs have been updated with some important fixes/features. You can find all the information here. My personal best improvement is: Add Task launch PowerShell session on the remote machine for All Computers

SLA Management in System Center Operations Manager

The idea behind this article is to show you how you can create dynamic groups that represent different Service Level Agreements (for example GOLD, SILVER or BRONZE). Depending what SLA level is certain CI (server) it will be put in the corresponding group. Also I should mention that this solution is already available over Internet […]