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[Solved] AADConnect not exporting settings to Office 365

Problem

This week I had a customer who changed something the local Active Directory, but this change was not able in Office 365. After a quick look, I saw there was a problem in the sync if AADConnect. There was no export.

This is due to the staging setting in

Read more… [Solved] AADConnect not exporting settings to Office 365

[Solved] Azure portal menu disable flyout (stay visible).

As of 28-10-2019 the menu on the azure portal automatically disappears (Flyout).

When yo choose not to use this function, you can change the setting of the menu, in your Portal settings menu.

In the section Choose your default mode for the portal menu, select Docked in

Read more… [Solved] Azure portal menu disable flyout (stay visible).

[Solved] : Azure Failed to get alerts summary

This week I had a customer, who received error messages about the alerts.

Error:

Failed to get alerts summary.

The following subscriptions (5285f53a-c43f-4c04-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxx) are not registered with the Microsoft.AlertsManagement resource provider. Please view the subscription’s resource providers and ensure “Microsoft.AlertsManagement” is registered with it.

Resolution:

Go to Subsciption

Read more… [Solved] : Azure Failed to get alerts summary

[Solved] Azure : link your Partner ID to an Azure Tenant

This post describes how to link your Microsoft partner ID to an Azure tenant

Change by GUI

Log in azure with the credentials of the customer

Use this link:

https://portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_Azure_Billing/managementpartnerblade

Fill in your partner ID

Click on Link a Partner ID

The portal is now linked

Read more… [Solved] Azure : link your Partner ID to an Azure Tenant

[Solved] AzureRM : How to select the correct subscription

When connecting to Azure with Powershell, you’ll always be connected to the default subscription.

This is not always the preferred subscription.

Here is a script how to select the preferred subscription.

Always check the selected subscription, before executing more powershell command’s.

 

Script Login-AzureRmAccount $subscriptionId = (Get-AzureRmSubscription | Out-GridView -Title

Read more… [Solved] AzureRM : How to select the correct subscription