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11/8/2019 Azure Active Directory New Features Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) B2C now supports billing based on the count of unique users with authentication activity within a calendar month, known as monthly active users (MAU) billing. Starting November 1, 2019, all new customers will be automatically billed per MAU. Existing customers will continue to be billed per authentication until they switch to MAU billing, or until a future deprecation date. Link Link Details
5/7/2019 Azure Active Directory Preview Features Today, Standards-based integration between Azure Active Directory and SAP Cloud Platform is in preview, enabling enhanced business security and experience. For example, when using SAP Cloud Platform Identity Provisioning and Identity Authentication Services, customers can integrate SAP SuccessFactors with Azure Active Directory and ensure seamless access to SAP applications such as SAP S/4HANA, improving end-user productivity while meeting enterprise security needs. Link Details
5/6/2019 Azure Active Directory Preview Features A preview of B2C administrator roles is now available including support for B2C User Flow Admin, User Flow Attribute Admin and more. Link Link Details
4/11/2019 Azure Active Directory New Features We are changing our Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) sign-in page behavior to make room for new authentication methods and improve usability. During sign-in, Azure AD determines where a user needs to authenticate. Azure AD makes intelligent decisions by reading organization and user settings for the username entered on the sign-in page. This is a step towards a password-free future that enables additional credentials like FIDO 2.0. This change is initially targeted for managed domains and begins rolling out in May 2019, but won't start rolling out to federated domains by the end of 2019. The exact roll-out dates for federated domains depends on customer feedback. Link Link Details
4/11/2019 Azure Active Directory New Features We're updating the Microsoft 365 sign-in page for Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to add a new Sign-in options link. The Sign-in options link will be added only to sign-in pages which support Microsoft accounts. If the sign-in page your organization uses doesn't support Microsoft accounts, this change doesn't affect you. Link Link Details
4/3/2019 Azure Active Directory Pricing Update Azure Active Directory B2C (Azure AD B2C) is lowering the cost of managing identities for your consumers. Use Azure AD B2Cto manage identities securely and provide a seamless sign-in experience. Effective April 1, 2019 there will be no charges for stored users. The price for authentications and optional multi-factor authentication (MFA) is unchanged. See the pricing page for details. Link Link Details
4/3/2019 Azure Active Directory General Availability The identity experience framework orchestration platform of Azure Active Directory B2C (Azure AD B2C) is now available. This means that you can create your own user journeys and integrate with multiple identity providers and data sources, such as a customer relationship management (CRM) solution or loyalty system, to deliver first-class experiences. Use Azure AD B2C as a universal platform for gathering data feeds and applying that data to the user experience in your consumer applications to improve acquisition and retention. Azure AD B2C also offers several built-in templates for common user flows. Link Link Details
12/10/2018 Azure Active Directory Preview Features Page contracts and JavaScript in custom policies is now in public preview for Azure Active Directory B2C (Azure AD B2C). You can use a page contract to define a specific version of elements for Azure AD B2C to provide for your policies. Page contracts won't change, and you can create dependencies on them when you use JavaScript. Link Link Details
10/22/2018 Azure Active Directory New Features Thursday, October 18, 2018 Azure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) now includes a health page, where you can view active alerts that affect your managed domain. Alerts for invalid customer configuration can be remediated in a self-service manner through alert-specific documentation. This provides a good starting point for customers to resolve known issues that affect their managed domains. Link Link Details
10/22/2018 Azure Active Directory New Features You can secure the default configuration of your Azure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) managed domain in the following ways: Disable NTLM v1 support on the managed domain. Disable the synchronization of NTLM password hashes from your on-premises Active Directory instance. Disable TLS v1 on the managed domain. Link Link Details

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