Make legacy authentication transparent with Azure Log Analytics

Make legacy authentication transparent with Azure Log Analytics

You can activate Legacy Authentication via Microsoft Azure using this blog.

Create a log analytics workbook in Azure

Browseto https://portal.azure.com

Create a resource

Search for Log Analytics

More details can be found here

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Click on create - to set up your log analytics environment

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create a workspace

Name your workspace

Choose your subscription - in this case a test environment

Create a resource group for your logs.

Choose the location: If you are in Europe, then best europe.

Pricing tier you can choose yourself, it depends on the need. In this demo we work with 7 days. (free)

You have 5GB free per paid account.

You can use pay-as-you-go to pay for what you use.

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Deployment underway!

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Go to Azure Active Directory

Via portal.Azure.com

Or via: ActiveDirectoryMenuBlade/Overview

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Navigate to diagnostic settings

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choose a name for the diagnostics settings

Choose which logs you want to capture.

Audit Logs

Sign In Logs

Select 'send to log Analytics

Choose your subscription

Choose your Workspace

...

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That is it!

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Workbooks

Navigate to Workbooks

These are 'workbook' templates created by Microsoft that make it easier to get clear reports & insights without interactions.

Select the desired logbook.

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Legacy Authentication

In this case, you want to be able to see how many applications or users are still using Legacy Authentication today.

You can see this in the workbook - Legacy Authentication

Click on:

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You now have insights on the sign-ins numbers and trends in your organisation

Useful for: Adjust where necessary.

Seeing the risks of failed authentication action

Unfortunately, the risks of successful logins...

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Demo environment of Microsoft Woodgroove Bank

Do you want to disable basic authentication?

Then start using Azure Active Directory Security Defaults!

Jasper

Jasper

Welcome to 365tips.be. On this website you can read articles and experiences about Office 365 with focus on Microsoft Teams. Feel free to ask me a question and I will answer it in a blog post. Help others by giving feedback at the bottom of the articles. This blog is made in Dutch. The multilingual website is offered with best-effort machine translation.
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