Month: November 2018

Windows – Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019 are available again

After a little bit more than a month and half after quickly pulling out Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019, they are now available again through the usual channels: MSDN (by the end of this week), VLC, Media Creation tool or WindowsUpdate (this one may take a little bit more time to be available …

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Exchange – An updated Hybrid Configuration Wizard adds additional configuration transfer settings

As you may be aware, the Exchange Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) has been able to migrate some organization configuration settings (ActiveSync Mailbox Policy, Mobile Device Mailbox Policy, Retention Policy and Tag) to Exchange Online since June 2018. Now, an updated version is coming and will be able to add additional organization settings like: ActiveSync Device …

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Azure – Azure Policy now audits installed applications on VM’s

You may already know Azure Policy, introduced during Ignite 2018. If no, Azure Policy has the capability to apply audit settings on virtual machines (VM’s) running on Azure. The first policies can audit password security settings on both Windows and Linux VM’s or the encryption protocol used by IIS (aka TLS – in this case …

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Intune – You can now get Windows 10 join an Active Directory Domain (preview)

It has been quite a limitation so far for Windows 10 managed with Intune; it was impossible to get them to join an Active Directory domain using Autopilot, making these devices Azure AD Hybrid joined devices. Now (currently in preview – so there could be some glitch and may change), you can assign an Intune …

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Azure AD Connect – A new version of the directory synchronization tool is available

A new version (1.2.65.0) of Azure AD Connect has been released. You can get it from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=615771 You need to know that this version is going to overwrite your setting for autoupgrade if you have it set to not automatically update. Before Update After Update If you want to keep the autoupgrade disabled you will …

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Azure Information Policy – You can now set permissions using All Authenticated Users or All users within your organization

Azure Information Protection (AIP) has been updated to let you set AIP Protection to either All Authenticated Users or All Users within your Organization. These specific configuration can be helpful when you don’t really want to restrict access to specific and limited set of user but still want to restrict what can be done with …

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