Month: January 2021

Office 365 – Messages published in Message Center now have tags

As you know, the Message Center is your one stop shop to be aware about what is coming up on Office 365 services. Until then, you only had the category (Stay Informed, Plan for Change, Prevent of Fix Issues…) to help you identify the type of incoming changes. Well, now messages published on Message Center …

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Exchange Online – you can now turn on by default the new administration center

As you know, Exchange Online can be managed by either PowerShell or the Exchange Administration Portal (Exchange ECP). Few months ago, Microsoft has introduced an incoming new administration portal (see https://t.co/6KFYzwcqQU). Well, you can now use this new portal by default (you can still access the ‘old’ portal for settings not yet available). I recommend …

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Exchange Online – How to control automatic forwarding

As you know, there has been an option for Exchange administrator but also for end user to automatically forward incoming email to another email address – either internal or external – for a very long time. As end user can automatically forward incoming email either by setting a server-side rule or using the option available …

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AIP – Management of Azure Information protection label will be retired from the Azure portal

As you know, the management capabilities for Azure Information Protection have been available through the Azure portal. Well, starting April 1, 2021, these management capabilities will be removed from the Azure portal and will be available only from the Security & Compliance portal only. In addition, the Azure Information Protection classic client will no longer …

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AIP – The new Azure Information Protection Unified Labelling client now supports tracking and access revocation (preview)

This has been a major feature missing on the Azure Information Protection Unified Labelling client; the ability to track and revoke access to protected documents. If you have been using Azure RMS/Azure Information Protection (the ‘classic’ one), you already know this feature has been available for quite some time. Well, the new version of the …

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Azure AD – Emailed One Time Password will be turned on for B2B

As you may know, Azure AD has been allowing to generate a one time password and sent it by email for external (guest) users for some time (2019 – see https://t.co/5H7QBhEa3D) This feature was in preview and is now GA. It will be turn on automatically for any tenant which did not have enabled it …

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Azure – A new PowerShell module is available to manage Azure Sentinel

You may now know Azure Sentinel, the cloud native SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) solution from Microsoft. Well, if you are using and managing Azure Sentinel you will be happy to know that a PowerShell module is now available to manage Azure Sentinel, in addition of the Azure portal. Before you deploy this module, …

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