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I covered managing devices based on policy in http://krypted.com/microsoft-exchange-server/manage-activesync-policies-on-ios-using-powershell-in-exchange-2016/. One of those policies is “modern authentication”, Azure Passthrough Authentication, or OAuth if you will. To enable it, log into Exchange Online via PowerShell and run the set-OrganizationConfig to set -OAuth2ClientProfileEnabled to True: Set-OrganizationConfig -OAuth2ClientProfileEnabled $true If you’re using Skype, do an override: Set-CsOAuthConfiguration -ClientAdalAuthOverride Allowed Now check that OAuth was enabled properly: Get-CsOAuthConfiguration And viola, you’ve caught up to where WordPress was at with OAuth 8 years ago! Next, check the global ADFS authentication rule: Get-AdfsAdditionalAuthenticationRule And you can use Set-AdfsAdditionalAuthenticationRule. Now, you should be able to check the ADFS rules required for a given MFA requirement: Get-AdfsRelyingPartyTrust –Name "Krypted" And then if necessary, set them: Set-AdfsRelyingPartyTrust –TargetRelyingParty Krypted –AdditionalAuthenticationRules ‘c: [Type == "http://schemas.microsoft.com/ws/2008/06/identity/claims/groupsid", Value == "S-1-5-21-Insert your Group SID here"] && [Type == "http://schemas.microsoft.com/ws/2012/01/insidecorporatenetwork", Value == "false"] => issue(Type = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/ws/2008/06/identity/claims/authenticationmethod", Value = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/claims/multipleauthn");’ You can then check groups: GetADGroup -Identity "Krypted Users"

May 9th, 2017

Posted In: Microsoft Exchange Server, Network Infrastructure, Windows Server

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Sometimes you need to manage policies in Exchange ActiveSync programmatically. For example, if a device shows up in a JSS, you can deploy policies to that device at the Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) level rather than using a mobileconfig. To manage these, Microsoft has provided a few pretty easy-to-use commandlets in Powershell.
  • The New-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy commandlet in Powershell will create a policy based on some attributes that you define.
  • The Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy commandlet in Powershell will show what the contents of a given policy are.
  • The Set-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy commandlet will set a policy, and has the same structure s the New-MailboxDeviceMailboxPolicy, but applies to existing policies.
  • The Remove-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy commandlet in Powershell will delete a policy.
  • The Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy commandlet in Powershell will show all the devices that are associated with a given user.
  • The Remove-MobileDevice commandlet in Powershell will remove a partnership between an account and a device.
  • The Clear-MobileDevice commandlet in Powershell will wipe a device.
To put these in practice, let’s create a policy called “MarketingEAS” and set a few common password/passcode policies, like requiring a password and requiring an alphanumeric policy. The following New-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy commandlet creates the Mobile Device mailbox policy MarketingEAS, using -DevicePasswordEnabled and AlphanumeicDevicePasswordRequired as options: New-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy -Name:"MarketingEAS" -DevicePasswordEnabled:$true -AlphanumericDevicePasswordRequired:$true There are lots of other policies, like -AllowBluetooth -AllowCamera -MaxEmailAgeFilter -DevicePasswordHistory etc. Once set, you can look at the contents of the policy using Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy: Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy -Identity "MarketingEAS" To then remove a Mailbox Policy, use Remove-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy. The following removes the policy, bypassing prompts: Remove-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy -Identity "MarketingEAS" -Confirm:$false -Force $true To see what mailbox policy is enforced for a user, you can then run Get-MobileDevice, followed by -Identity and then the short name of the user (e.g. CharlesEdge): Get-MobileDevice -Identity "CharlesEdge" Or to see a list of devices associated with my mailbox: Get-MobileDevice -Mailbox "JAMF\CharlesEdge" Or unpartner a device (e.g. kryptedipad) from my mailbox, use Remove-MobileDevice, bypassing with -Confirm: Remove-MobileDevice -Identity kryptedipad -Confirm:$false To to wipe that iPad and send me an email confirmation, use Clear-MobileDevice: Clear-MobileDevice -Identity kryptedipad -NotificationEmailAddresses "charles@charlesrulez.com"

May 18th, 2016

Posted In: Microsoft Exchange Server

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The first presentation I’ll be doing at MacSysAdmin today is on Windows Server in Mac OS X and iOS environments, which can be found here: MacSysAdmin_Windows The second presentation I’ll be doing today at MacSysAdmin is on iOS deployment, which can be found here: MacSysAdmin_iOS If you’re not able to attend then I hope you will enjoy. I’ll try and get them to Tycho for uploading to the official site asap.

September 13th, 2012

Posted In: public speaking

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