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Speaking about Conditional Access at the Workplace Ninja Usergroup München on Thursday January 21st 2021

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Kenneth van Surksumhttps://www.vansurksum.com/
I started my career in 1995 as a System Engineer in the broadcast industry, building and maintaining video editing suites and television studio's and later specializing in Telecine equipment. In 1998 I switched to a first line support function within the Information Technlogy on the dealing room of a large bank, working my way up to a 3rd line support engineer. From this position i started to work on projects, which eventually resulted in projects where I worked across the border. In this period I implemented and designed several deployment solutions for mass rollout of workstations, laptops and servers. Since 2009 I switched to a consultancy function mainly focusing on but not limited to System Center design and implementation projects, besides that I became a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and currently teach System Center Related Classes (SCCM, SCOM and SCSM). In Januari 2010 I received the Microsoft MVP award with the expertise Setup & Deployment which was extended in 2011 and 2012. In 2013 and 2014 I was awarded the VMware vExpert award. In october 2014 I received the Microsoft MVP award with the expertise System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management (SCCDM).

On Thursday, January 21st 2021 I’m honored to announce that I will be speaking at the Workplace Ninja Usergroup München meetup. The Workplace Ninja User Group München is run by Christian Lehrer, @chri_tea on Twitter and Maren Beuth.

The meeting will start at 19:00 Central European Time, click here to find out at what time the Meetup starts in your timezone. You can join the meeting by RSVP’ing to the event on the Meetup Page of the Workplace Ninja Usergroup München, here: #4 Meetup – Workplace Ninjas Usergroup München


Other speaker at the event will be Sandy Zeng, @sandy_tsang on Twitter, who is an Enterprise Mobility MVP living in  Finland.



My session will be about: Azure AD Conditional Access Demystified, a topic on which I already presented before and written some extensive blog articles about as well.

Abstract of the session: In July 2016 Microsoft made Conditional Access generally available. Since that time I had a love and hate relationship with this functionality of Azure AD. Mainly because it’s difficult to test scenario’s and some changes can have a really high impact. I even experienced being locked out of accessing the Azure portal during one of my tests. In this session I will share my experiences about implementing Conditional Access at several customers, I will explain what went wrong so you don’t have to make the same mistakes. I further will cover how to design, implement, test and troubleshoot Conditional Access policies and last but not least, I will share my own Conditional Access policy baseline which I use as a starting point for every implementation. Because sharing is caring.

I hope to (virtually) meet you there!


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