Month: July 2020

SharePoint Online – SharePoint 2010 Workflow is being retired

SharePoint Online has been there since the start of Office 365, initially based on SharePoint 2010, and then has evolved. Because it started with SharePoint 2010, SharePoint Online has been providing some capabilities and features from SharePoint 2010, such as workflows. Well, the SharePoint 2010 workflow capability is going to be retired with the following …

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AWS – CloudFormation now allows DNS-validated certificate management with Amazon Certificate Manager

As you know, Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM) is used to help managing certificates, from the creation to the renewal process. Well, ACM can now be used by CloudFormation to automate SSL/TLS certificate management for DNS-validated certificates with domain managed by Amazon Route 53. With this improvement you no longer need to manually validate your request. …

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Exchange Online – Use the new Exchange Online PowerShell module v2 with Modern Authentication with your scripts (preview)

As you know, Microsoft is going to retire the basic authentication for Exchange Online PowerShell during the second half of 2021. In preparation of this retirement, a new Exchange Online PowerShell module has been released, known as Exchange Online PowerShell module v2 (see https://t.co/Jg3iTICowv). Well, the next step of this preparation is the introduction of …

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Azure – You can now use FQDN in network rule (preview)

Azure Firewall, the Firewall as a Service (FWaaS) from Azure, has been updated to allow you use Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) when setting up network rules. To start using it, logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) and search for Firewall There edit your existing firewall (or create a new one) and access the Rule …

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Azure – You can now configure your own DNS on Azure Firewall and use DNS proxy (preview)

As you know, Azure Firewall is a cloud as a service (FWaaS) from Azure helping you to centrally managed traffic from Azure or to Azure. As you also know, firewalls (and not specifically just Azure Firewall) rely on correct name resolution to be able to work properly. Well, until now, Azure Firewall was hardcoded to …

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Azure AD – You can now add links and formatting to your Company Branding

As you know, you can customize the logon sign-in pages with your company logo, custom image and color (this requires to have at least an Azure AD P1 license). Well, the Company Branding has been updated and you can now add hyperlinks and add simple formatting like bold, underlining or italics. To start customizing your …

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Office 365 – Edge Chromium is going to be pushed and replace Edge ‘Legacy’

As you know Microsoft has introduced a new browser earlier in 2015 for Windows 10 and then being made available to iOS, Android and MacOS devices to replace the old Internet Explorer web browser. Since then, Edge has evolved to move to another browser engine with a new version called Edge Chromium. So at this …

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