Month: May 2018

Azure – Azure AD B2B You can now leave inviting organization

It has been a long waited feature since ability to invite external users to join the organization but this is now there: you can now leave by yourself any organization you have been invited to join. To do so just login to your Azure AD Access Panel Application (https://account.activedirectory.windowsazure.com) and open the Gear menu available …

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SharePoint Online – New version of the SharePoint Migration Tool available

After releasing a first version of his own SharePoint migration tool, Microsoft has updated it and has released the v2 of the SharePoint Migration Tool (available at https://aka.ms/SPMT This new version includes support for more SharePoint lists like: GenericList DocumentLibrary Survey Links Announcements Contacts Events Tasks DiscussionBoard PictureLibrary XMLForm GanttTasks Posts Comments Categories MySiteDocumentLibrary IssueTracking …

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Exchange Online – A better mail flow dashboard is coming out

Microsoft is deploying a better dashboard to have insight in mail flows. This dashboard will be available worldwide by the end of May from the Security and Compliance center (https://protection.office.com). Thanks to this dashboard you will have some insights for your mail flow, like: how many emails are stuck in queue (on Office 365) for …

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Azure – Azure Mobile App is now available in GA

Microsoft has released the Azure Mobile App for iOS and Android in General Availability (GA) With this mobile app, you will be able to: get notified of critical notifications and alerts track health and status of your Azure resources use the Cloud Shell to execute your commands, including Azure CLI experience to cover both PowerShell …

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Intune – Enhanced conditional access with Windows Defender ATP

With Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced an advanced protection system integrated with Windows Defender caller Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (WDATP) (see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/threat-protection/windows-defender-atp/windows-defender-advanced-threat-protection to know more). Now, with Intune you can also use Windows Defender ATP status to allow/deny access to resources. To use Windows Defender ATP in your conditional access, go to your Azure …

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Windows – Windows 10 1803 ADMX files are now available

Few days after the release of the new Windows 10 build (1803, also known as April Update), the ADMX files to manage GPO settings for Windows 10 1803 are now available for download here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=56880 NOTE for some reason, the files are not extracted to the defined target folder when running the MSI package (default …

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Exchange Online – New Message Trace available in the Security and Compliance Portal

An updated Message Trace is now available from the Security and Compliance Portal on Office 365. The Message Trace on Exchange Online is very well known tool to help troubleshooting mail flow issues but had few glitches. With this new Message Trace, you will be able to create custom queries and save them, have a …

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Office – Office 2019 is now available in preview

Microsoft has just announced Office 2019 is now available in preview. You need to register at https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=872092 It is important to note that Office 2019 will only available in Click to Run installation mode; no more MSI installation package available. You will be able to upgrade from an MSI package installation to Office 2019. To …

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Windows 10 – You can (finally) manage the bandwidth used by Windows Update

UPDATE May 6th, after the release of the ADMX file for Windows 10 1803, the GPO settings to manage these restrictions are available With the Windows 10 April Update (build 1803) you finally can manage the amount of bandwidth being used by Windows Update. To manage the limits (applicable to both download and upload [aka …

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