Month: June 2022

Azure – You can now access Cost Management on the Azure mobile application

You may be aware that since 2017 Azure provides you a mobile application to allow you managing your Azure subscription and resources while on the go. For iOS https://apps.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-azure/id1219013620?ls=1 For Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.azure Well the application has been updated to now provide you with Cost Management of your subscription; well, it is more providing you with …

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Azure AD – New user overview blade

A new user overview blade has been made available in Azure AD. This new blade simpler and easier access to the user settings and properties. Please note this new blade can only be accessed from the Azure Active Directory\Users\All users blade; it is not available when accessing directly from the Users section When accessing the …

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Teams – The calendar Teams app disappearance

AS you may know Teams allows you to access your mailbox calendar. Well, if for some reason the calendar Teams app disappear from all of your client (Windows, web, mobile) for all of your users you may need to have a look at the Exchange configuration, especially if this happen while there has been no …

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Teams – You can now chat with yourself

UPDATE this is now also available in both Teams mobile and Teams on the web For those who know Slack, in Slack you have what is called a personal space on which you can use to save draft, todo or keeping files/links handy. Well, good news, you can now do the same with Microsoft Teams …

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Azure AD – New device attributes are available for use for dynamic group membership

As you are already probably aware, Azure AD allows you to create users or devices group with dynamic membership. Well, the attributes available for creating a device dynamic group have been extended and now allow you to use: deviceManagementAppId: defines the MDM application ID in Azure AD. If you use Intune, the Azure App ID …

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Intune – The Company Portal on Windows shows Azure AD applications

If you use Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager to manage your devices, you know that the Company Portal application is a key components. The Company Portal application is used to deliver and let users install applications on their devices. If your device is managed with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, the Company Portal is now showing the Azure AD …

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Intune – You can now have the status for software update for co-managed devices

If you use SCCM and Intune, you probably are in co-managed state for your devices – also called tenant attached devices. In this configuration, you are also probably aware that you can get details from the SCCM client of the device (see https://t.co/mp0I0MntlM). Well, a new capability has been added for these details: Software updates …

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Teams – You can now configure Teams meeting invite with multi language

You can now enable your Teams meeting invite to be displayed in multiple language and not only the user preferred language. To enable this new capability, Teams administrators need to run the following PowerShell command: Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity Global -MeetingInviteLanguages “<list of language using the ISO code>” Teams administrator can run this command using the Cloud …

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Teams – You can now define co-organizer when scheduling Teams meeting

Microsoft Teams has been there for quite sometime now but there was some sort of important capability missing for meeting; being allowed to define co-organizer. Well, good news, you can now define co-organizers (up to 10) when setting up your Teams meeting. The option to define co-organizers is available from the meeting options page, which …

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