Month: August 2019

Teams – You can now send feedback directly to Microsoft from Teams

Microsoft Teams has been updated to include a new feature to allow end-user to send feedbacks directly to Microsoft about their Teams experience. The Give feedback feature is available by hitting the ? (question mark) sign bottom left from the Teams client   Administrators can disable this feature by creating a policy using the new …

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Azure – You can now assign multiple public IP addresses to your Azure Firewall

You can now associate up to 100 public IP with your Azure Firewall. This allows you to implement more NAT scenario – Source NAT (SNAT) and/or Destination NAT (DNAT). A DNAT scenario will be translating the same communication port (let say TCP 443 for example) while targeting different internal host. A SNAT scenario will allows …

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SharePoint Online – You can now swap sites

We all know that, SharePoint sites design and structure are define once and far all at at a specific time; meaning it is quite difficult to change later on the structure of sites. Well, good news, SharePoint Online is now allowing you to swap sites (aka site collections); the ‘original’ site will be archived. To …

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Azure AD – You can now create your own custom administration roles

As you may already know, you can grant administrative access to Azure Active Directory (AAD) and associated resources using built-in administration role. Well, this is going one step further as an update has been deployed on Azure Active Directory which let you create your own custom administration role. During the preview, this capability is available …

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Teams – Teams is getting Advanced Threat Protection support

As you may already know, Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) has been supported and integrated with SharePoint and OneDrive for quite some time now. Well, good news, Microsoft Teams is now getting ATP support too, providing better security for files uploaded. If you already have turned on ATP for SharePoint and OneDrive, you have nothing to …

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SharePoint Online – You can now define sharing link expiration on per site basis

As you may already know, you can define an expiration time (between 1 to 720 days) for anyone sharing link (aka anonymous link) from the SharePoint Administration portal   This setting applies to all SharePoint Online site without any exception. Well, this is changing as now you can set a ‘custom’ expiration time for specific …

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Azure – You can now deploy virtual machines on a dedicated host in Azure (preview)

You can now deploy your virtual machines in Azure using a dedicated host. This means your VM’s will be deployed on single tenant physical servers. This will help customers to address compliance and regulatory requirements. This offer also supports Azure Hybrid Benefits. You can get the pricing of this new offer from https://aka.ms/ADHPricing To start …

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Azure RMS – Azure AD RMS PowerShell CMDlets are going to be deprecated

As you know you have been able to manage Azure AD Rights Management Service (AADRM) with PowerShell for quite some time using the corresponding PowerShell module. As since then, Azure AD RMS has evolved to become Azure Information Protection, these PowerShell CMDlets will be deprecated by July 15th 2020. After this date, the Azure AD …

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Exchange Online – New CMDlet for Room mailboxes and better booking capabilities

Room management and booking has been improved in Exchange Online with the add of new CMDlet to set additional properties (like features – such as video and/or audio capabilities, building and/or floor location and many other). These new properties can then be used by end-users when booking a room for a meeting. The update deployment …

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