On April 3, 2015, the Work Folders app for iOS was updated in the Apple App Store to a Universal App, with support for both iPad and iPhone. In this article, I’ll review the iPhone version of the app and show some of its features.
With a pristine, on-premises Multi-Factor Authentication Server installation connected to the Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Service, let’s look at how your organization can get the most out of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication by onboarding your Active Directory user accounts sensibly.
The CmdletBinding and the Parameter attribute turn a simple function into an advanced function, thereby adding features that are common in cmdlets. However, the question is whether you really need advanced functions in your PowerShell scripts.
In the previous part of this series about Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, I covered the portals. In today’s post, I will discuss the Multi-Factor Authentication Server settings. The default settings might not be the ideal settings for your environment. Furthermore, some settings are (intentionally) left blank.
With PowerShell’s abundant cmdlets, you can retrieve almost any type of system information. However, you often receive more data than you really need. To make the output on the console easier to read, PowerShell offers the Select-Object cmdlet, which allows you to only extract particular object properties.