Why would you install and configure Azure PIM? Well, the answer is straightforward; it makes the security better within Azure. So what is PIM? It is a solution to allow only access to a privileged role within Azure only when needed, so instead of having constant Global Administrator access, you must request it each time you need to do administrative tasks. Now since Global Admin is the highest admin role there is, it would be best to push the roles that are only required, so if a user needs to change something related to SharePoint, then the user must request…


If you build a connector between Workplace and some other application, you need to do a few things. For example, if we create a scenario where we have changed the privileged group “Domain Admin “in Active Directory, we can send a Post message to the Workplace API. Doing API Post calls will help “IT admin “monitor groups within the Workplace if there have been changes in this group. …


Microsoft has provided some awesome tools named Azure Defender for SQL, and the benefits are enormous. Currently, to provide some attack defending such as SQL injection or detecting some anomalies, you had to buy 3rd party tools, which were kind of expensive. Note if you know a toolkit that is equal or does more than Defender for SQL witch is not expensive, then let me know; I can then maybe add it to this blog later. So what are the main features of Azure Defender for SQL?

  • Detect anomaly in queries
  • Detect anomaly in database activity


When we try to decide what API we should use and deploy, we go through different scenarios, e.g., what type of applications are connecting, how many users will use the API, and many other things we need to think of. In this blog, we will create an API using Python and FastAPI framework; we will containerize it using Docker, and from there, we will publish it to Azure. This blog is a follow-up to a blog from https://365viking.com/ where you can deploy the docker container to Azure using Azure DevOps.

Prepping the project

First, we need to install Python on our computer, but…


Það er pínulítið í umræðunni að sjálfvirkni sé að fækka störfum og það er svoldið rétt þar sem við erum að sjá verslunarstörf fækka. Enn í staðinn koma önnur sérfræðistörf eins og tölvunarfræðingar sem eru að þróa hugbúnað eða breyta umhverfinu þannig að sjálfvirkni muni taka við störfum. Þarna er verið að færa verslunarstarfi yfir í tölvustarf, enn þó að þetta sé að gerast þá er samt sem áður meiri fjöldi starfa sem mun fækka enn fjölga, þ.e. að kannski fyrir eitt sérfræðistarf þá fækkar það kannski um hundrað verslunarstörfum.

Minni tekjur

Eins og gefur að kynna að þegar störfum fækkar þá…


Athugið að ég mun hafa þetta blogg inni aðeins í stuttan tíma og mun taka hana út. Ég vill ekki ræða þetta við fréttamenn eða aðra nema nánustu, enn fréttamiðlar mega senda þetta í prentun ef vilji er fyrir því. Ég mun ekki gefa upp nein nöfn.

Þetta er búið að vera í maganum á mér lengi hvort ég eigi að segja frá þessu eða ekki enn einhverra hluta vegna verð ég að segja frá enn ekki til þess að fá vorkunn, heldur er ég að vekja athygli á því að strákar geta lent í ofbeldi alveg eins og stelpur…


Since I posted my last blog, but since I´m working in the university, have two user groups to manage, and a family, it has been sitting back in the queue to write new blogs. There was a request from a person in the PowerPlatform User Group in Iceland that requested to get more details on JSON and how to use Powershell with JSON. We will be using both a JSON file and an online website to invoke rest requests to get more feel.

To start with, we will take a look at how JSON structure is built up.

{
"name":"apple"…


Arrays and filters— Part 3

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Previous parts

Arrays

Before we can continue with the filtering we need to understand what arrays are in Powershell. Arrays are a collection of objects that you can iterate through to find something or organise a data structure. You can think of array like a basket of fruit and you can have multiple baskets, one for vegatables and one for fruits. If we take a look at how the structure of array is then you can see it is very simple

$basket = “apple”,”orange”,”banana”,”kiwi”


Commenting and modules — Part 2

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Previous parts

You read part 1, and that is great, that means that you are interested in Powershell and would like to continue learning. There are a few things that are that you need to know when you are developing, so let’s get to this.

Commenting

When you are developing, it is good to have comments in the script, that would help you in the future to understand the script and also help others who read the script. It is pretty awkward when you created a…


Working with Visual Studio Code on MacOS

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Beginners guide to Powershell — Part 1

This idea to teach Powershell was on top of my list, I started to write a book about Powershell and the title would be used as the primary name for the book. Anyhow, I’m just going to write a blog to help users get started in Powershell.

If you are an IT admin but don’t know how to write code or even start, well you are probably in the same situation as many IT admins are in. That being said, how do you start learning Powershell. Well…

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