While upgrading my SharePoint environment from 2013 to 2016, I ran into an interesting issue with content database upgrade. I have deployed a fresh new SharePoint 2016 running on Windows Server 2016 and then perform the classic detach/attach upgrade process to migrate the content from the SharePoint 2013 environment. One of this content DB is […]
When Microsoft has introduced Microsoft Team, this was only manageable at the organization level. Now, Microsoft Teams is now user based licensed; meaning you can now enabled/disable it on a per user basis And if use a PowerShell script to automate (or bulk update) licensing options, the service plan is TEAMS1
Dear reader as of today, my hosting platform is now running on SharePoint 2016. You should not notice any change Thank you
This has been a gap in Office 365 and SharePoint Online for quite some time: there was very few way and options to manage OneDrive for Business. Good news, this gap is going to be filled, maybe not yet with everything you may be looking for but at least an administration console for OneDrive for
Following my previous post regarding the Cloud Management Point gateway feature introduced with the fast channel current branch update (see http://blog.hametbenoit.info/2016/12/12/sccm-cloud-management-gateway/), another new “cloud” feature has been introduced called Cloud Distribution Point. As with the Cloud Management Gateway, this will help managing internet based client with SCCM. This new feature will make your internal distribution
The fast channel of the current branch 1610 of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) got an interesting update which deliver the Cloud Management Gateway. This new feature will help to reduce the infrastructure complexity to manage internet based client. NOTE if the update is not displayed in the Update and Servicing section, you may not
Starting January 2017, when a Yammer group is created a corresponding Office 365 Group will be automatically provisioned at the same time. The rollout is expected to be completed by March 2017.
After a little bit more than a month in preview, Microsoft has announced the general availability for Azure AD PowerShell v2.0 This new version does not provide (yet) full functional parity with the older Microsoft Online module. The current Microsoft Online PowerShell module will not be updated anymore. You can get more details about what