January 2019

Flow – You can use Flow to automate actions based on Cloud App Security event

If you are using the Cloud App Security (CAS) service, you can connect Microsoft Flow to it in order to automate actions like generating ticket in SIEM system, send notification to user and/or manager, disable account… To do so you must, off course, have an active Cloud App Security and Flow subscription. Then you need …

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Intune – Group Policy is coming in Intune (preview)

The latest update on Intune is providing (in preview) the ability to configure group policy (GPO) for Windows 10 devices. This is not (yet?) the exact group policy we have in Active Directory but the idea is the same and based on the well known Administrative Templates (ADM/ADMX). NOTE this is currently not supported for …

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Intune – New Intune tenant details blade available

Intune has been updated to include a new blade resuming all Intune tenant details and health information. This new blade, called Tenant Status, is available below the Help and Support section of your Intune tenant, accessible either from the Azure portal – https://portal.azure.com It gives you your Intune tenant details (name, location, service release (version), …

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Outlook – Notification when a known issue is detected (preview)

The Outlook client, coming with the Office 365 Click To Run (C2R), is now providing notification when a known issue has been detected. I got this notification with the Office 365 Click To Run 1901 build 11220.20008 (or version 16.0.11220.20000) The ‘title’ of the issue is a clickable element which then open the related Microsoft …

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Office 365 – New cloud-based management options for Office 365 Pro Plus

A new configuration tool (in preview) is available for Office 365 Pro Plus (Office Click to Run) to help administrator to define and apply configuration policy. This new capability helps to manage Office C2R installation on Windows without the ‘classic’ management infrastructure or MDM service. The defined Office configuration will apply to both managed and …

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Exchange – Exchange 2010 is reaching his end of life, please act

A quick reminder (as even if mail migration seems easy, it always take some time to complete), Exchange 2010 is reaching his end of life in January 14th, 2020 This means there will be no longer technical support, bug or security fixes. If you still have Exchange 2010 in production and do not have yet …

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Azure – Azure Data Box is now GA and is going to support blob storage

You may already know that you can use Azure Data Box to migrate on-premises workloads to Azure (from backups to remote/branch office data). If you need to know more about Azure Data Box you can go there https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/databox/data-box-overview This offer has been in preview for the past few month and is now in GA (General …

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Exchange Online – Item read and access is going to be audited

You may be already aware that you can have audit on any Office 365 activities, including Exchange Online mailboxes. In February 2019, Exchange Online mailbox audit is going to be improved by adding audit for item read and access by mailbox owners, administrators and delegates. This new implementation is replacing the previous MessageBind action, which …

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Office 365 – The default installation option for Office Click to Run is switching to 64 bits

Starting mid January 2019, the default installation setting for Office Click To Run is switching from 32 bits to 64 bits. If you (and your end-users) are using the Office 365 portal (https://portal.office.com/OLS/MySoftware.aspx) to install Office Click to Run check the version before starting to install if you are planning to use the 32 bits …

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OneDrive for Business – Files On-Demand is getting available on Mac

The Files On-Demand capability is now coming on Mac devices with the incoming OneDrive for Business client update for Mac. The Files On-Demand allows you to synchronize your OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online content without having to download the complete content. To take advantage of this new capability for Mac users, you need to …

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