July 2018

Exchange Online – You can download a quarantined email

A new option has been deployed on the Security and Compliance portal for quarantined emails. You can now download a quarantined email to help you analyze it. As the email has been put in quarantine it is important to download it on a secure client (aka with an up to date antivirus protection and potential …

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Azure – Use auto-filled fields when creating new Azure Labs

An new functionality has been introduced when creating Azure Virtual Machine within your Azure Lab: auto-filled fields. It is going to make things a little bit easier, while helping to keep some standardized naming (and password generation ). To use this new capability, you first need to manually provisioned a new virtual machine and check …

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SharePoint Online – You can now use PowerShell for your migration

You may be already aware that Microsoft has provided a migration tool for SharePoint Online to help you migrate your SharePoint On-Premises or file servers to SharePoint Online (you can take a look there https://t.co/fiamXncZYo and https://t.co/j4dLOzS9De). Now, an updated version (2.0.99.0) of the migration tool now includes PowerShell command to help you in your …

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OneDrive for Business – Get your ‘well known’ folders moved to OneDrive for Business

An update is being pushed to OneDrive for Business client to help you (and your end-users) to move their well known folders (My Documents, My Pictures…) from the default location (the user profile) to OneDrive for Business; this new functionality is called Known Folder Move (KFM). This option comes with the OneDrive for Business client …

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