Month: November 2019

Azure – Azure Migrate can now assess physical servers and VDI (preview)

You may already know Azure Migrate, the one stop shop to help you assessing and migrating your on-premises virtual machines/workloads to Azure services. Well, good news, Azure Migrate is now able to provide assessment for physical servers and VDI too, in addition of the Hyper-V or VMWare virtual machines. If you are starting with Azure …

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Azure AD – You now use Google ID with Azure B2B

It has been in preview for the past few months, it is now GA (generally available): you can now invite external users (Azure AD B2B – Business to Business) using Google ID as identity provider, supporting @gmail.com and @googlemail.com email address domains. Before enabling support for Google ID, you first need to create a Google …

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Office 365 – You can now use templates when creating new users

This has been a long awaited features which is now available in Office 365: the ability to use templates when creating new user accounts. When using this feature you will be able to create new user account based setting from existing accounts. This applies only for user accounts you are creating from the Office 365 …

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Intune – You can now create a test environment to test recommended settings and apps

As you may know testing and validating Intune settings may be a little bit challenging. To help you with this, you can now create a secured test environment, called Cloud Managed PC. To start with this new capability you need to logon to your Device Management portal (https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/) and access the Home blade NOTE you …

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Exchange Online – You can now get a recommended configuration for Advanced Threat Protection

As you may already know, Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) helps protecting Exchange Online against any security threats. That said, configuring a correct ATP protection for Exchange Online can be a little bit challenging. To help you in this process, Microsoft has released a new PowerShell module to generate an Office 365 Recommended Configuration …

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Office 365 – New simplified Setup blade

The Office 365 Administration got a small update to provide a simpler Setup blade. Instead of showing up as a main section with 3 administration sub blades (see below), the new Setup menu is now a single configuration blade showing up all setup tasks and their status which then allows you to navigate through the …

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Azure – New Azure Key Vault policies to help you manage your certificates

As you know, with Azure Key Vault you can save various credentials details, including certificates used by your application or your Azure infrastructure services. With the increase of certificates use, you may have more and more certificates saved into your Key Vault, making it more complicated to manage. Well, good new, new policies have been …

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Azure – You can now use a Key Vault extension with your Azure Virtual Machines

This is something which is going to simplify your life: the Key Vault extension for Azure Virtual Machine. Using this extension you will have simpler access to Azure Key Vault for your applications running on Azure Virtual Machines. The Key Vault extension supports the following operating systems: Windows Windows Server 2019 Windows Server 2016 Windows …

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