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
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
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
Short and sweet update to Microsoft Teams this week, but interestingly something I hadn’t realised was missing! There are now missed call and voicemail notifications within the Calls app in Teams. You can read the full release note below: Get notifications for missed calls and voicemail If you’ve got a Calls app on the left … More 21st March Updates to Microsoft Teams – Missed Call Notifications!
I’ve written an article on the Content and Code blog talking about my top 5 tips for using the Microsoft Teams command bar. From looking up colleagues, checking out the weather, or seeing what’s new in Microsoft Teams. You can check it out here: https://www.contentandcode.com/blog/5-tips-for-the-microsoft-teams-command-bar/ If you have any questions or comments please either use the … More My top 5 tips for the Microsoft Teams command bar
Microsoft are starting to roll out the ability to invite non-Azure AD accounts as guests to Microsoft Teams. This will hopefully be the start of the transformation of guest access within Teams which is still one of the bit complaints about the product today. The way you add guest users won’t change with the new … More Updated Guest Access for Microsoft Teams