Setting up an App-only principal in SharePoint Online is documented in Grant Access using SharePoint App-Only This post highlights how this approach can resolve: “Unauthorized (401) errors”, running tenant level PnPComandlets such as Set-PnPStorageEntity , under an global admin account with multi-factor authorisation (MFA) enforced.[Read more…] about Set Up App-Only Access To Your Tenant to solve (401) Unathorized Errors
It is a good idea to enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) for all users on your Office 365 tenant. The good news is there are a number of available versions of Azure multi-factor authentication depending on your requirements and available budget. This post covers the options for enabling MFA for users with just Office 365 E3 and E5 Licenses.
Azure multi-factor authentication (MFA) can be enabled per user or for all user logins through Security Defaults:
- In your Office 365 Admin Center, click on the left-hand navigation link: Active Users or go directly via the link below
- Click on the Multi-factor Authentication Option
- Enable or disable MFA for each user as desired
- Enable Security Defaults
Alternatively, Microsoft offers Enabling Security Defaults: a streamlined approach for enabling MFA for all users and ensuring MFA is enforced for all administrators. This is directed at smaller organisations who want MFA set on all admin accounts, or don’t want the expense of purchasing additional Azure AD P1 or P2 licenses to enable MFA through conditional access.
Navigate to the properties option in the Azure AD admin portal. then, click on the Manage Security Defaults link at the bottom of the screen.
The Walsgrave Wanderers
Joined the “Walsgrave Wanderers” for a nice ride after work. The guys are helping me up my average speed and also the time to get over those accursed hills! I will keep a log of these rides over a series of weekly posts.
The 2019 Rides
Nhilo and I went out for an after work summer ride.