Month: June 2020

Intune – You can now hide/show Azure AD and Office Online applications in the Company Portal

As you know, the Company Portal is the one stop shop for deploying applications to end-users on device managed by Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager (including those in co-management when the client apps workload is set to Intune). Well, until now, Azure AD or Office Online applications were not visible from the Company Portal. This is now …

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Intune – You can now manage the dialer application to use when phone number is detected

As you know, with mobile devices you may have multiple dialer applications installed, the default one coming with the device but some third party apps can also be a dialer (like for example truecaller). Well, you can now configure your application protection policy to handle which dialer app will be used when a phone number …

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Office 365 / Office – A new protection capability has been added to Office 365 ATP: Safe Documents

As you already know, Office clients always open ‘unsafe’ documents (email attachment or downloaded from the Internet) in the well-known Protected View (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/what-is-protected-view-d6f09ac7-e6b9-4495-8e43-2bbcdbcb6653?ui=en-us&rs=en-us&ad=us) to block all active content (like links) or edition mode. That said, we all know also that end-users quickly turn off the Protected View without even checking if this action is safe. …

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Azure AD – Start moving from ADAL and Azure Graph API to use MSAL

If you develop applications with identities capabilities (like authentication or self service registration or profile management) and have been using the Microsoft Azure Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) or Azure Graph API, it is now time for you to update your code to start using the new Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL). Both ADAL and Azure …

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Teams – A translation capability is coming

Few years back, Microsoft has introduced a translator capability in Skype for Business. Well, this feature is now coming to Teams, called Inline Chat message translation. First it will be available for iOS devices on the Teams mobile application (deployment is scheduled to start late June 2020 for a completion by mid-July). This seems pretty …

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Azure – The Azure Virtual Machine Overview blade has been updated and provides more meaningful information

If you work with virtual machines running on Azure you already know that the Overview blade was giving you some insights regarding the performances (CPU, network traffic, disk operations…). Well, the Overview blade for the virtual machine has been updated and is now giving you more meaningful information, like the Operating System, Machine size, the …

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Azure AD – The Trusted/Named Locations blade has a new experience (preview)

If you work with Azure Active Directory (AAD, Azure AD), you should already know the Named Locations (also known as Trusted Locations) settings which allows you to define a list of IP addresses or ranges to be marked as trusted or not and then can be used with Conditional Access. Well, the administration experience for …

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Exchange Online – You can now set all your meeting to be online when using OWA

When setting up a meeting with Outlook (either client or Outlook Web Access [aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web]), it is quite easy to make it an online meeting (either Skype for Business or Teams). The problem when using Outlook Web Access is you can not define the ‘online meeting’ as the default option …

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Exchange Online – You can now delay sending email from OWA

For those using Outlook client, you already know that you can delay sending the email by accessing the Options\Delay Delivery button. Well, good news, this is now also possible for those using Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web). When writing a new email, you can choose to delay the delivery but …

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