Month: October 2017

Office 365 – Share (or do not share) data between Office 365 and LinkedIn

As it has been announced earlier in September, a new functionality is being rolled out to Office 365 users (Exchange, SharePoint and OneDrive) to provide relationship information using LinkedIn (now part of Microsoft). If you want to manage this feature – i.e. enabling or disabling it, you need to go to your Azure AD administration …

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Azure AD – New Azure AD Resilience feature coming, update to your ADFS required

New Azure Active Directory (AAD) feature is coming to provide more resilience. If you are using federated authentication, like with AD FS, you must be prepared and update your federation service to use the new endpoints. If you are using AD FS and use Azure AD Connect to configure/maintain it, Azure AD Connect will do …

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Intune – Troubleshooting assistant to resolve end-user’s issues

Troubleshooting Intune issues can be painful and complicated. To help you in this task, a new troubleshooting assistant has been introduced. Access to this troubleshooting assistant is easy: either use the direct URL http://aka.ms/intunetroubleshooting or through the portal by searching for Intune and go to the Help and Support\Troubleshoot section Then you start troubleshooting the …

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Exchange – You can now migrate your Public Folders to an Office 365 Groups

If you are thinking to move away from Exchange Public Folders (either on-premises or online), you have a new potential target available: Office 365 Groups. Yes, you have read right; you can now migrated Exchange Public Folders (from Exchange 2010-2013-2016 on premises or Exchange Online) to an Office 365 Groups. Doing so, you will need …

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Azure AD Connect – Troubleshooting functionality now available

With the latest Azure AD Connect (AAD Connect) version (1.1.647.0) published October 19th 2017 (available at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=615771) a new troubleshooting functionality is available. This functionality is going to help you troubleshooting (at first) password synchronization issues and When starting the troubleshooting tool, a PowerShell prompt is launched, then you have to define what you want …

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Office 365 – To Do is leaving preview mode

Starting today the To Do service on Office 365 is leaving the preview mode to be generally available. To Do is a service to help you tracking your tasks. As Office 365 administrator, you need to manage your To Do settings (enable / disable) from your Office 365 administration portal below the Settings\Services & add-ins …

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Office 365 – Major updates notification in Message Center

To follow up and plan for Office 365 updates, you know you can use the Message Center which is notifying you by publishing incoming updates. Now, you also have a specific notification in the Message Center to tell you about when a major update will start reaching your tenant. In the administration portal, go to …

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Office 365 – You can now use MFA to connect with PowerShell to Security and Compliance Center

If you use PowerShell to connect to Office 365 services, and also have MFA enabled, you already know there is always some issue to connect with PowerShell to some of the Office 365 services. While Microsoft is improving the situation, you can now have MFA enabled and connect to the Security and Compliance Center with …

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Exchange Online – Incoming changes in Exchange Online Protection to better protect against phishing

An update, starting rolling out on November 9th, may affect you. This update is changing the way Exchange Online Protection is validating the FROM address. Currently EOP accepts invalid FROM address, undergoing through the spam filtering which then may or may not deliver or mark them as spam. After the update all emails with invalid …

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