Month: October 2019

Exchange Online – You can now RSVP instantly when using OWA

After becoming available on Outlook Mobile (see https://t.co/1LcJGaBI8j), you can now also instantly reply to an meeting request when you are using Outlook Web Access (aka Outlook on the Web). Just select the meeting invite and you will immediately get the options to reply (Yes, Maybe, No, Propose another time with the possibility to add …

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Azure AD – You can now enable default security settings for Azure AD

DISCLAIMER it needs to be carefully review before implementing as it will enforce the security configuration. Microsoft has release an option to simply and automatically enabled a default security configuration on Azure AD; this includes: Enforcement of MFA for privileged accounts – all administrator types account), All users are required to be registered for MFA …

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Outlook Mobile – You can now use SMIME on Outlook Mobile

After being able to add a shared mailbox on Outlook mobile (see https://t.co/MkG56cl1TT), another long awaited feature is now available on your Outlook mobile application: the use of SMIME. To start using, you need of course an SMIME certificate – I will not go in details there on how or where to get SMIME certificates, …

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Azure – You can now have your Azure portal dashboard to auto refresh

It has been a long awaited feature for dashboards on Azure portal: getting the dashboard to auto refresh. Well, good news, the auto refresh capability for dashboard is now available in Azure portal. To start enabling this auto refresh feature, logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com), select the dashboard you want to use and check …

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Intune – You can now define policy sets (preview)

As you know, you can define policies to applications and devices using Intune to ensure minimum requirements, compliance and define various configuration settings. Until now, you had to create and assign policies (to devices, users or application) one by one. Well, good news, you can now start creating policy sets to apply these policies from …

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Azure Information protection – A new version of the plugin for Adobe PDF is available

As you may know, Microsoft and Adobe have partnered to provide a plugin for Adobe Acrobat (DC and Reader DC) to use Azure Information Protection (AIP) (see https://t.co/aPiqMBE6XZ). Well, a new version of the plugin (19.021.20047) has been released and is available for download from https://helpx.adobe.com/au/acrobat/kb/mip-plugin-download.html On this page you will find all plugin version, …

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OneDrive for Business – End-users can now get a report on their shared content

As you know, sharing on SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business is a quite easy capability (especially when sharing with your colleagues). That said, it was quite difficult for end-users to have a clear view on what and how their content stored on OneDrive for Business was shared. This is no longer a problem as …

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