Month: December 2019

Forms – You can now use a file upload field

As you may know, Microsoft Forms is one the lightweight form capability available on Office 365. A new question type has just been added to Microsoft Forms (roll out is expected to be completed by end of December 2019): file upload With this new field type, you can let respondents to upload file when answering …

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Azure AD Connect – You can now provision cloud identity from disconnected Active Directory

As you already know Azure Active Directory Connect (AAD Connect) is the easiest and quickest way to provision identities in Azure AD, especially for large organization, while providing simple authentication method to cloud services (password hash sync, Seamless SSO…). That being said, you may find yourself in position you have to quickly provide cloud identities …

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Office – Office 365 administrators can now manage the ‘What’s new” user experience (preview)

As you know, since the introduction of the Office Click-to-Run (Office C2R) installation methods, Microsoft has been improving communication to raise awareness of what is coming/new after your Office installation has been updated. Until now, Office 365 administrators did not had much control on managing this “What’s new” feature. Well, good new, such management capability …

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Azure – A new service is coming to help application validation against Windows Update security updates (preview)

A new Azure service, called Update Staging Lab, is currently going under private preview (see below to register) to help ISV (and potentially you too) to validate application against pre-released builds of Windows security updates. We all know, in the past, there has been quite few drama with applications after getting some Windows Updates being …

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Azure – You can now migrate your Azure AD Domain Services to ARM and use templates

You may already know Azure AD Domain Services, an Azure service which extends your on-premises directory service (AD DS) to a managed domain service, allowing you to deliver AD DS domain join, group policies, LDAP and/or Kerberos/NTLM authentication capabilities within your Azure environment without the need to deploy domain controllers virtual machine on Azure (to …

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Azure AD – The Dynamic Membership configuration blade has been refreshed and looks better

As you may already know, you can create dynamic membership groups in Azure Active Directory (AAD) for quite some time now. Well, the dynamic membership rules configuration blade has been refreshed and looks better and easier to use; you can now see at the same time the defined rules AND the detailed expression of these …

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Azure – Azure Migrate can now discover installed application with the Server Assessment (preview)

By now you may know that Azure Migrate is the one-stop shop for your on-premises assessment readiness and migration to Azure, for both virtual machines (running on VMWare and/or Hyper-V) and physicals servers. Well, Azure Migrate has been improved again to allow installed application discovery during the server assessment (for now in preview for VMWare). …

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SCCM – Enable Windows Multi Session support

Following the release of the latest version of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Current Branch, 1910, also known now as Endpoint Configuration Manager (ECM) Current Branch 1910 (see https://t.co/ac1nnORrrN), you can enable support for Windows 10 Multi Session (aka Windows Virtual Desktop) by enabling the setting in the SCCM Client Settings\Client Policy This will allow …

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SCCM / Endpoint Configuration Manager – The latest released of SCCM CB (1910) is available

The latest release of System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (SCCM CB) – now known as Endpoint Configuration Manager Current Branch –  is now available. Endpoint Configuration Manager Current Branch 1910 will be made available through the in-console update (as always) over the next few weeks to customers but if you want to get it …

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