Month: April 2020

Azure – The Azure Service Health is now providing security advisories

As you know, when working with cloud resources, security is a key component. While Microsoft Cloud services (Office 365 and Azure) are quite secure, there is always room for potential issues; especially for the part under the customer responsibilities. To help customers to have a good security posture, Office 365 and Azure have already provided …

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Office 365 / Intune – Intune roles management is now integrated with the Office 365 administration portal

If you are using Office 365 and Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, you already know you had to manage administration roles from 2 different portals: the Office 365 one for all Office 365 workloads and the Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager one for all Intune roles. Well, good news, you can now manage both Office 365 and Intune administration …

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Azure – You can now visualize your Azure resources when exporting as a template

If you are working with ARM templates to deploy Azure resources, this one is going to interest you as it is going to allow Fyou to visualize all dependencies related to your template. To be able to visualize the dependencies of the resource you are going to deploy in Azure, you need to connect to …

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Azure – New cloud print experience (Universal Print) (Preview)

Few years back, Microsoft has introduced a solution allowing Azure Joined device to use on-premises print services, named Hybrid Cloud Print. This solution requires an on-premises print services infrastructure, but what about customer with no more on-premises footprint? Well, good new, a new service called Universal Print is now available for cloud only customers (or …

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SharePoint Online – You can no longer create and edit custom forms with SharePoint Designer

If you have been using SharePoint Designer to create and edit custom forms in SharePoint Online, you can no longer do it since April 25th, 2020. This change has not been communicated earlier. If you need to create or edit custom form in SharePoint Online, you need to switch to PowerApps. Users still using the …

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Teams – You can now record 1-to-1 meeting

As you already know, you can record your Teams meetings but it was not possible to record a 1 to 1 meeting. Well, good news, this is now possible. Before getting into it, few things you need to know first: 1-to-1 meeting recording is only possible (for now) when the 2 participants use Teams; when …

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Intune / SCCM – You can now launch device sync and device action activities from the Intune portal

If you are working with System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch 2002 (SCCM CB 2002) and Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager in a co-managed configuration, you can now launch Device Sync or Device Action from the Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager portal. Before you are able to do such thing, you need to meet some requirements: First you need …

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Intune – You can now customize the Company Portal

For those already working with System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), you already know that you can customize the Software Center to hide tab and/or apply your company logo. This capability was not available in Intune… until now To do so,, logon to your Endpoint Configuration Manager portal (https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/ or the new URL https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) reach the …

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Azure – You can now save your own resource list view in the portal

As you know you can manage your Azure resources with different tools, PowerShell, Azure Cli, web browser or event the Azure Portal application. Well, when you use the Azure portal with your browser, you can now customized resource list view (when you add/remove or re order the columns/fields). NOTE 1 this is not available (yet?) …

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Azure – Identity Recommendations are now included in Azure Security Center Free tier

By now, you may already know that Azure Security Center (ASC) is your one-stop shop to improve your security posture in Azure. ASC comes with different pricing, including one free but limited one. Well good news, Identity Recommendations – which were limited to paid tiers previously – are now also included with the free tier. …

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