May 2023

Forms – You can allow responders to edit their response and receive a copy of their response

Microsoft Forms has been updated to allow responders to edit their response and also receive a copy of their response. To allow responders to edit their response an Office 365 administrator must turn on the Allow responders to edit their responses setting from the Office 365 administration portal (https://admin.microsoft.com/). To so access the Settings\Org settings […]

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Azure Virtual Desktop – A new client has been published fixing a CVE

  A new Azure Virtual Desktop client (1.2.4159) has been published fixing a CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) impacting the Remote Desktop Protocol Client.   This CVE is detailed here https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/vulnerability/CVE-2023-28267.   In addition, this new version also fixes few issues like: Fixed a bug where users aren’t able to update the client if the

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Teams – You can now enable profanity filter for Live Caption

With this user-controlled settings – available in Teams desktop client (does not seems to be available in the web or mobile version [yet?]) – users can decide if they want to see every word as-is without filtering profanity or not when using Live Caption. The filter is enabled by default but you can manage it

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Teams – Better Teams administration experience for deleted or expiring Teams

Teams administrators can now experience a better Teams management for deleted or expiring Teams from the administration portal. The list of deleted Teams can now be easily accessed and provide restore capability (up to 30 days). To enjoy it, connect to your Teams administration portal to access the Teams\Manage Teams blade to use the Action\View

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Intune – Remote Help now supports Azure AD Conditional Access

If you are using Intune with either Intune Suite or Remote Help add-on, you will be glad to know that Remote Help is now supporting Azure AD Conditional Access. This means administrators can now setup a conditional access for Remote Help to enforce security (such as requesting MFA) and/or compliance when a Remote Help session

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Office 365 – You can now enable Optical Character Recognition (OCR) in Pureview (preview)

As you know, Office 365 comes with capabilities to help you protect your data and ensure compliance – namely Pureview Information Protection and Pureview Data Loss Prevention (DLP). Well, good news as you can now enable Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for both features (in preview). After turning it on, compliance policies like DLP and auto-labeling

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Azure–The latest version – 4 – of Azure Backup Server is available

  As you probably know, you can backup your on-premises workloads to Azure using Azure Backup Server (MABS).   Well, the latest version – 4 – of MABS is now available and provides quite a few of enhancements: Support for Windows Server 2022: you can now use Windows Server 2022 to install MABS Support for

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Forms – You can now easily present results

As you know, with Office 365 you have access to Microsoft Forms for creating surveys and gather answers. Until now, the answers were only accessible from the corresponding Forms responses page or by exporting through Excel. It was not easy to present the results as the responses page includes additional details (such as time to

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Intune – You can now delete ‘legacy’ Microsoft Store for Business applications

As you should probably know now, the Microsoft Store for Business (MSfB) is being retired (https://t.co/j8Tcvm1gGO). As you also probably know, it was not possible to delete (legacy) Microsoft Store for Business applications from Intune; you had to do it from the Microsoft Store for Business portal. That said you can not remove all MSfB

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