Month: June 2017

Office 365 – Centralized deployment for add-ins

Office 365 has a new administrative feature to help organization manage and deploy Office add-ins. Until then, it was up to the individual users to get the Office add-ins they wanted/needed (except Outlook as this was already possible to push add-ins from the Exchange Admin control panel). Now, Office 365 administrators can define the add-ins …

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Azure AD – Conditional access now supports Team and Azure Portal

Microsoft has just announced that Team and Azure Portal are now supported for conditional access. This means you can now define requirements – like MFA or domain joined – for these services based on users/groups, locations or devices trying to access them Because Azure Portal is now supported for conditional access, take extra care when …

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Intune – You can now switch your MDM authority without Microsoft support and not re enrollment

With the June 2017 updates for Intune, it is now possible to switch the MDM (mobile device management) authority from Intune to SCCM Hybrid and vice-versa without opening a support request AND without having to re enroll devices already enrolled (see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/mdm/deploy-use/change-mdm-authority)

Azure – Workday integration with Azure AD

Microsoft has released a preview of the integration feature between Azure AD and Workday, making user management easier. You can use the tutorial available here to setup the integration between your Azure AD and Workday; keep in mind you need to have an Azure AD Premium P1 https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-saas-workday-inbound-tutorial