December 2022

Azure Virtual Desktop – You can now monitor your AVD at scale (preview)

If you use the Azure virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) Azure Virtual Desktop, you already know that you can monitor your AVD host pool health (insights). Well, until know if you had multiple host pools – which is the case if you have a mix of pooled and personal host – you could not have insights […]

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Azure AD – Access to Azure AD from O365 administration portal going to redirect to Entra

With the introduction earlier in July of Microsoft Entra to centralize all identity and access management capabilities, starting December 2022 access to Azure AD from the Office 365 administration portal will redirect to the Entra portal (https://entra.microsoft.com). The rollout of this redirection is expected to be completed by March 2023. Off course you can still

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Teams – Old Teams client version are going to be blocked by January 9th

As you may know, the Microsoft Teams client is supposed to self-update when a new version is available – usually about once a month. There may be situation where the self-update process does not work – while I’m not aware of any situation like this. Stating now, users using Teams 1.5.00.616 or earlier will start

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Azure AD – Use Machine Learning in Azure AD Access Review (preview)

If you have Azure AD P2 license (either standalone or bundle with an Office 365 or EMS subscription), you know you can use the Access Review feature to help you manage access to your resources to only user which still need it. Access Review involve some level of human intervention to either approve or review

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