Office 365

Identifying Obsolete Guest User Accounts in an Office 365 Tenant

Many Office 365 applications now create Azure Active Directory guest accounts. What's the best way to discover if the accounts are active and in use? This PowerShell script uses the Office 365 audit log and message trace data to figure out what guest accounts are active and outputs a CSV file for your review and analysis. Like any other PowerShell script, it can be adapted to suit your purposes.

Dec 23, 2019|Tony Redmond

Windows 10

How to Configure a Windows 10 VPN Profile Using Microsoft Intune

How to deploy a Windows 10 VPN profile using Microsoft Intune.

Dec 18, 2019|Russell Smith

SharePoint Online

Using Office 365 Online Apps with the Brave Browser

The Brave Browser offers the prospect of speed and security. But how well does it work with the Office 365 browser apps? As it happens, pretty well, with some exceptions. Here's what I discovered when I test-drove Brave with OWA, Teams, SharePoint Online, Yammer, Planner, and Stream.

Dec 17, 2019|Tony Redmond

Windows Server

Five Facts about Hybrid Cloud Backup

Using the cloud as a backup target is definitely one...

Dec 10, 2019|Michael Otey

Windows 10

How to Manually Onboard Devices to Windows Autopilot – Part 2

How to manually onboard a device to Windows Autopilot.

Dec 9, 2019|Russell Smith

Windows 10

How to Manually Onboard Devices to Windows Autopilot – Part 1

How to manually onboard devices to Windows Autopilot.

Dec 9, 2019|Russell Smith

Windows Server

What Exactly Is Microsoft Endpoint Manager?

Looking at a recently-announced product called “Microsoft Endpoint Manager”. While the product name and management interface may be shiny and new, you'll probably recognize the underlying products as some of the same familiar products that device administrators have known for years. We’ll break down what’s included and some changes that may benefit and impact current and future deployments.

Dec 3, 2019|Andrew Maxey

SharePoint Online

Exploring the Office 365 Substrate

The Office 365 Substrate is a poorly understood part of Microsoft's Cloud Office system. The substrate is a critical part of enabling services that run across different applications like Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Teams, and so on. Functionality like search, information protection, data governance, and eDiscovery is a lot harder when you have multiple moving parts. The substrate gives cohesion and coherence to what could otherwise be a tangled mess.

Dec 3, 2019|Tony Redmond

Windows Client OS

Everything You Need to Know About Windows – November 2019

The Windows 10 November 2019 Update is released for download and on Windows Update, Microsoft confirms that Win32 apps are coming to Windows 10X, Chromium-Based Edge gets a release date and new PWA integration features, and an early preview of WinUI 3.0 is released to help developers bridge the divide between Win32 and UWP apps.

Dec 2, 2019|Russell Smith

Windows 10

MSIX Core Coming to Windows 7 and 8.1 in December, Plus New Features on the Horizon

Microsoft’s enterprise application packaging technology, MSIX, is being partially ported to down-level Windows clients and there are some interesting new features due in Windows 10 20H1.

Dec 2, 2019|Russell Smith

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