After being certified as Office 365 Administrator, I’m now certified for Office 365 deployment I’m now one of the first worldwide certified people on Office 365
It took a long time but today I had the good news that I passed my Office 365 certification exam (72-323 – Administering Office 365) I had the opportunity to pass this exam (as well as the other one 72-321 Deploying Office 365) as beta tester. I’m still waiting for the second result.
Microsoft has officially launch the certification path for Office 365. 2 exams are available: 70-321 – Deploying Office 365 – http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exam.aspx?ID=70-321&Locale=en-us This covers the following items Planning and Implementing Office 365 Accounts and Services Planning for and Configuring SharePoint Online Planning for Exchange Online Implementing Exchange Online Planning Online Services and Infrastructure 70-323 – Administering
On my last project, we had to deploy SharePoint within a specific AD forest while users and groups were located within another AD forests. We have implemented a One Way Trust between the SharePoint AD Forest and the users/groups forests; everything was going fine except for the search results. Indeed, all search performed were returning
For those who were already using System Center Virtual Machine Manager, you already know that you can provide access to VM’s (and self service VM creation) through a portal. The only things are to install and configure access to the Self Service portal and assign ownership to VM’s. With SCVMM 2012, this has a little
The new edition of the System Center suite – monitoring, deployment and configuration, management… – is now available (at least for TechNet and MSDN subscribers). System Center 2012 is composed by: System Center Virtual Machine Manager: to manage Hyper V and VMWare virtual machines, On Premises and Online (Hyper V Azure) System Center Operation Manager: