Month: June 2021

Azure AD – New administration role available to delegate administration of Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS)

As you know, Azure AD comes with administration roles to allow you delegate administration tasks with the least privilege. Well, until now if you wanted to delegate Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS) administration tasks you had to use either the Security Administrator or Global Administrator roles. Both granting much more permissions than required for MCAS. …

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SharePoint Online – Administrators can now automatically make guest access to SharePoint and OneDrive to expire

As you know, administrators can allow end-users to share content with external users (guests). That said there was no way to easily get these access to expire or being revoked. Well good news, administrators can now automatically revoke guest access to SharePoint Online or OneDrive after a number of days. To enable this, logon to …

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Azure AD – You can now review the access of service principals

As you know Azure AD comes with a capability to review access to your environment – both Teams/O365 groups and Azure AD Roles assignment. Well, you can now also review the access of service principals with Azure AD role assigned to it. To take advantage of this new review capability, logon to your Azure AD …

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Teams – New troubleshooting capabilities

With the growth of Teams use and increase of number of participants in meeting, it may become complicated to identify and troubleshoots issues – especially call quality ones. Well, Teams administrators now have additional troubleshooting capabilities allowing them to search for participant by UPN, name or additional fields like session type or start/end time. In …

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Azure AD – You can now grant third party application review to groups and/or administration roles

As you know, Azure AD allows you to integrate with applications to manage authentication, authorization… through Azure AD. As part of this integration, you can (and should have) configure third party application integration review to ensure these third party applications added by users or other admins are intended for your company and do not access …

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Windows – Windows Server 2022 is now available in preview

The next version of Windows Server – Windows Server 2022 – is now available in preview for download for MSDN subscribers (https://my.visualstudio.com/) and the evaluation center (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-server).   If you have a Software Assurance, you will be entitled to upgrade your server to Windows Server 2022 when available. If you want to know more, you …

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Forms – You can now add estimated time to complete

As you know Microsoft Forms, this is the solution to setup survey, questionnaire or quiz provided through Office 365. Well, you can now show to responders an estimated time to complete the Form. The option to display an estimated time will come after you have created and shared the forms and you have some answers …

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Teams – You can now prevent attendees to share their video and/or mic

When it comes to virtual meeting, it always nice to be able to see everybody when they turn on their camera. Well, in certain situation it may be preferable to block attendees to share their video feed to keep the attention on the meeting. You can now block attendees from sharing their video by accessing …

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