Month: April 2013

Office 365 – You can not change the country associated with your tenant

When you subscribe to Office 365, you have to define a country or region This is fully understandable as this permits to Microsoft to determine on which Office 365 datacentre you will be hosted. However, there is a side effect; if for any reason you have to change this settings from the Office 365 administration …

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SharePoint 2013 – Anonymous comment with SharePoint blog issue

Recently, I was informed that there is an error when submitting comment on anonymous blog: you can an access denied error message. Off course, the blog has been configured to allow anonymous access AND permissions to the Comments list have been set to allow anonymous users to create an item in the list This happened …

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Various–Leaving France, Arriving in Australia

Hello there I just wanted to let you know that I’m permanently moving from France (PARIS) to Australia (SYDNEY). After having the professional opportunity to go there few years ago for few weeks, I’m now going to live there. A new big adventure is now starting with this leaving next Thursday. My next post should …

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Office 365 – New PowerShell module available

Following the public release of Windows Azure Active Directory (see http://blog.hametbenoit.info/2013/04/10/windows-azure-windows-azure-active-directory-is-now-available-as-a-service/), Microsoft has also released a new Office 365 PowerShell modules. To update your client, uninstall your existing Office 365 PowerShell for Windows and then download and install the new module from: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=236298 for the Windows Azure Active Directory Module for PowerShell 32 bits http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=236297 …

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Windows Azure – Windows Azure Active Directory is now available as a service

Microsoft has now released the public version of Windows Azure Active Directory (WAAD), a cloud based directory. WAAD is used with Office 365 to manage Office 365 users – cloud user or synchronized with your internal directory – as well as to provide a single point of identity management with all your applications.   You …

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