Month: April 2022

Exchange – The latest Exchange 2019 CU is now available and has some important changes

Microsoft has released the latest CU for Exchange 2019 – 2022 H1. Yes, it is no longer caller CU xx. This is one of the changes coming with this release. The release cadence is now set to every 6 months or so (matching the Windows cadence); twice a year around Mars and September. Second important …

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Exchange Online – You can now add additional time zones on your calendar when using OWA

You may already know that you can add additional time zones (up to 2) when using Outlook. Well, this option was missing if you were using Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web). Good news, you can now do the same when using Outlook Web Access. Adding additional time zones when using …

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Teams – You can now create shared channels with guests (preview)

This has been a long awaited capability: creating Teams channels you can share with external users (guests). Well, the wait is over. You can now create shared channels to collaborate with external users without sharing your Teams. NOTE this option is not (yet?) available in Teams on the web, Teams mobile or even the Teams …

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Azure – You can now use Kerberos for authentication when connecting with Azure Bastion (preview)

You may already know Azure Bastion, the remote management (RDP or SSH) feature for Azure Virtual Machine allowing you to connect without using a public IP and opening the management port on NSG (see https://t.co/UBOCpnMD2k). Well, you can now enable Kerberos authentication when connecting using Azure Bastion. To do so, connect to your Azure portal …

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Teams – You can now search for users, teams, apps or pages from the Teams administration portal

When working with the Teams administration portal it is sometime difficult to recall where is located a specific settings or other Teams related objects (users, Teams…). Mainly because the portal is being frequently updated and settings are moved from a location to another. Well, you can now use a Search bar in the Teams administration …

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Teams – Teams PowerShell module version older than 4.x will be retired

As you know working with PowerShell modules for cloud services can be challenging as you need to keep up with the version. Well, now it is a good time to ensure you are working with the latest version of Teams PowerShell module as any version older than 4.x will be retired by June 15 2022. …

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Azure – You can now bring your own IP to Azure

As you know when you decide to make the move the cloud services – in this case Azure – for your on-premises workloads you will then use the cloud provider IP addresses, either internal or public ones. However there are situations where using the cloud provider public IP addresses may be problematic due to dependencies …

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