If you’ve noticed a free Teams trial license in your Office 365 tenant, find out more on how this happened and how to prevent it. … More Did you know your users can sign themselves up for Microsoft Teams?
Following the release of the new Hybrid Agent I take a look at some of the things you may not have realised from the headlines! … More 5 things to be aware of with the Microsoft Hybrid Agent Preview
As you would probably imagine, I run several lab environments to test, play, break different things throughout my day-to-day work, and to keep these working smoothly I use Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates to provide reliable, and most importantly FREE, SSL certificates for my environment. These only last for 3 months so I am updating my … More Exchange Server 2016 unable to load ECP or PowerShell after updating certificate
It has always been the case that the only supported patch level for Exchange on-premises – whether Exchange 2010, 2013, 2016 or soon 2019 – is n-1. Meaning that although your Exchange organisation doesn’t need to be bang up-to-date to be supported in a hybrid relationship with Exchange Online, you have to remain effectively within … More Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Wizard no longer runs with unsupported versions of Exchange
I recently replied to a tweet from Tom Arbuthnot talking about the insistence on making Wikis default in Microsoft Teams, and the go to technology for meeting notes within Teams meetings. I’m a massive fan of OneNote, and think it is by far the best tool for things like meeting notes, even in the more limited Windows App version rather than the older Office version which is being deprecated. And although this is pretty subjective and my own opinion it got me to thinking, why are they used so heavily in Microsoft Teams and where are they actually stored? … More Microsoft Teams Meeting Notes – What are they and why?
In Part 1 I configured my Exchange 2016 virtual directories for OWA and ECP to authenticate using Kerberos, more on this shortly. In Part 2 I configured Hybrid Modern Authentication to begin using Azure AD to authenticate Exchange on-premises services. Part 1 is a hard requirement for this to work, so if you haven’t already, check it out! In this final part I will now move on to publishing OWA and ECP using the Azure Application Proxy to also secure these final services with Azure AD. … More How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 3 – Azure Application Proxy
As Microsoft continue to develop the functionality in Office 365 and Azure AD, the cloud becomes a more and more attractive proposition for organisations that previously would not have been able to move data away from their on-premises servers. And whereas Exchange Online has previously been the first entry point for many organisations, the ever-improving … More How to secure Exchange 2016 with Azure AD – Part 2 – Hybrid Modern Authentication