Month: March 2020

Azure – A new version of the Log Analytics agent is available

Microsoft has released a new version (Windows version 10.20.18029 – Azure Extension version 1.0.18029) has been released. If you have keep the automatic update enabled, it should be automatically updated. You can also download it from the below links: x64 version https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=828603 x86 version https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=828604 It is important to note that this version adds support …

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Azure – You can now onboard on-premises workloads to Azure Security Center using Windows Admin Center

By now, you should already know the Azure Security Center (ASC), your one stop shop for security related recommendations and reports to help you improve your Azure security posture. You should also already know the Windows Admin Center, the new browser-based remote administration tools for Windows. Well, good news as both are now integrated as …

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Azure – Azure Web Application Firewall can now integrates with Azure CDN

You may already know Azure Web Application Firewall, the solution to protect your web applications against common exploits and vulnerabilities integrated with Azure Application Gateway. Well, Azure WAF has been improved by providing integration with Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) – the CDN capability for delivering high bandwidth content. With this integration, your CDN endpoints …

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Azure – You can now deploy Cloud Shell in new regions

As you may know, Azure Cloud Shell, a browser-accessible shell environment allowing you to run Bash or PowerShell commands/scripts using your browser, has been available for quite some time now. Well, until today, there was only a limited number of region available for creating the Cloud Shell storage account used. Good news, more regions are …

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Azure – The new Azure Monitor for virtual machine is now GA

By now, you should already know that Azure comes with a lot of monitoring capabilities, including for virtual machines. For the past few months, a new Azure Monitor for virtual machines has been in preview. This new Azure Monitor provides better performance trends and dependencies views to assist in providing better troubleshooting capabilities and resource …

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Azure – You can now create custom RBAC role to access subscription or Resource Groups

As you know, access to Azure subscriptions and resources is managed using Role Based Access Control (RBAC). While Microsoft is providing a lot of out the box RBAC roles, sometime you may need to create a custom role with very specific permissions to access subscriptions and resource groups. In the past, this ability to create …

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Intune – You can now change the primary user of a Windows Device

When you onboard your Windows device in Intune, the device is automatically associated with the user registering the device; this user is called Primary User. Until now, it was not possible to change the primary user, unless unregistering and re registering the device using another user account. Good news, changing the Primary User associated with …

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Teams – New and better scheduling experience in Teams Client

The Teams client on Windows has been updated to provide a new and better scheduling experience. If you use your Teams client to schedule meetings, your experience is going to get improved thanks to this new enhanced experience, providing easier way to set time zone, look for availability and much more. To start using it, …

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Azure Information Protection – A new version of the Unified Labelling Client has been released

By know, you may already know Azure Information Protection (AIP), the document right management services and labelling solution delivered by Azure. You may also be aware that 2 different version are currently co-existing: Azure Information Protection client and Azure Information Protection Unified Labelling client. This post is about the release of a new version of …

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Azure – You can now define exclusion lists in your WAF with Azure Front Door

You may already know that Azure offers a Web Application Firewall capability. Until now, you were not able to define request attributes exclusions list to be omitted from the WAF evaluation process. Well, good news, this is now possible. The attribute supported for the exclusion: request header, cookie, query string, post args To define your …

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