Intune – You can edit the update channel for your Office 365 Click to Run and define which version to get installed

With the latest updates on Intune, you can now edit the channel update after you have added your Office 365 Click to Run application on Intune as well as define (if required) which specific release needs to be installed on the client. To edit the update channel and/or define the version to be installed, go to your Intune configuration blade from your Azure portal and reach out the Mobile apps…

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Intune – You can now edit your Office 365 Click to Run Deployment

With the latest updates on Intune, you can now update your Office 365 Click to Run deployment. Previously you had to delete the deployment and re-create a new one with the updated deployment settings if you had to add/remove Office application from your deployment. Just access your Intune configuration blade from the Azure portal and reach out the Mobile apps blade to edit your existing Office 365 Click to Run…

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Office 365 – End users can now delete their FindTime data

If your users are using FindTime, they can now delete their data on FindTime. NOTE this will delete all data (aka open/cancelled/completed pools) as well as their FindTime account. They will be able to relink their account with FindTime but the deleted data is unrecoverable.   To delete your FindTime data, you need to logon to your FindTime dashboard, available at https://findtime.microsoft.com/ Once logged on, access the Settings option (available…

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Office 365 – New user deletion process for cloud user objects

If you do not use the directory synchronization (Azure AD Connect) to manage your user accounts in Office 365 (creation, update, deletion), this is for you. The user account deletion process has been updated in Office 365 to give the opportunity to define what to do with licenses and data. The next time (please keep in mind this update may not yet be deployed and available in your tenant), you…

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Office 365 – A multi blog posts to read about Office 365 ATP and the phishing protection

A very good multi-part / multi-post reading about Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and the anti-phishing capabilities https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/cloudready/2018/07/31/introduction-email-phishing-protection-guide-enhancing-your-organizations-security-posture/

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Office 365 – New anti-phishing capabilities added to Advanced Threat Protection

A new default policy is being deployed for Office 365 ATP (Advanced Threat Protection) to protect you against phishing. The new policy is/will be available through the Security and Compliance administration portal (https://protection.office.com/) From there, reach out the Threat Management\Policy section and then click on ATP anti-phishing option Then the Default policy is not displayed in the list of policy; it is displayed using the button Default policy By clicking…

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Azure / Office 365 – You can now use your Microsoft Authenticator mobile app for SSPR (preview)

The Self Service Password Reset, available with Azure AD and Office 365, has been updated to let your end-user use the Microsoft Authenticator mobile app when using the Self Service Password Reset (SSPR). First you need to enable this new capability from your Azure AD portal (https://aad.portal.azure.com/) or Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) and reach the Password reset configuration blade Then go to the Authentication methods blade and enable the Mobile app…

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Sway – Sway is moving to a new URL

This is not a big change but could impact your end-users if you whitelist Office 365 endpoints at your proxy level. Sway is moving to a new URL: http://sway.office.com So if you have whitelisted Office 365 services endpoints, you will have to update it to replace sway.com to sway.office.com; let me also remind you, you should start using the Office 365 Endpoints web service to maintain the whitelisting (see https://t.co/B4A5CMAkRh)

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Azure – New version of Azure AD Connect available for autoupgrade

If you have configured your Azure AD Connect (the directory synchronization tool for Azure AD and Office 365), a new version (1.1.880.0) has been made available. This version solves the issue with Azure AD Connect Health agent running 100% CPU – which was (incorrectly?) reported to be related to the Framework update. Also part of this update support for Windows Server 2019 Essentials and GA (general availability) of the integration…

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Office 365 – Reminder to move to TLS 1.2

UPDATE Oct 26th, 2018 – Microsoft is delaying the enforcement http://bit.ly/2D5uv3p A quick reminder as the date is fast approaching: you must have moved to TLS 1.2 before October 31, 2018 It has been announced about a year ago (October 2017), all client-server and browser based communication with Office 365 services will use TLS 1.2 After October 31, 2018, if you are still using older TLS version (1.0 or 1.1),…

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Azure AD / Office 365 – Integration with LinkedIn is finally here

It has been announced some time ago already, but now the integration is finally here. You can now enable the LinkedIn integration with your Office 365 (Azure AD) tenant. NOTE the integration is turned off by default. To enable the feature, you need to logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/) or your Azure AD administration portal (https://aad.portal.azure.com) Then go to your Azure AD configuration blade Access the User settings configuration…

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Exchange Online – Mailbox Auditing will be enabled by default

A good news for compliance and security, Exchange Online Mailbox auditing will now be enabled by default. The schedule is all commercial tenant will be set by end of calendar year. All mailboxes already set for auditing will continue to be enabled, while all others will then be audited. A new parameter for the Set-OrganizationConfig cmdlet will also be introduce for Exchange administrator to override (not recommended) this new configuration.…

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Teams – Microsoft Teams goes free

It has just been announced, Microsoft Teams goes free… The free version allows users with no commercial Office 365 offers to collaborate with up to 300 people, using up to 10 Gb of file storage (with 2 Gb additional per user). Off course, this free version of Teams also integrates with Office Online Apps to open and edit Office documents. Start using it from here http://office.com/teams

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Azure / Office 365 – New registration experience coming for Azure MFA and Azure SSPR

You may already well know the Azure Multi Factor (MFA) and Azure Self Service Password Reset (SSPR) features; if not you are missing a very good piece of your Azure AD/Office 365 services. Well, a new registration experience for Azure MFA and Azure SSPR is currently being in preview to simply the end-user registration experience. With the current experience, end-users had to register twice their details (like phone number or…

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