Category Archives: Microsoft 365

New reports layout and new Forms report in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center

While doing some fact-checking against the reports page within the Microsoft 365 Admin Center earlier today, I noticed that we now have a new layout for it, as showcased below: Front and center, we have the Active users report in … Continue reading

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Preset security policies for Exchange Online Protection

With the growth of functionality across the different Office 365 workloads, it is becoming increasingly difficult for organizations to keep up with changes, enforce configurations across multiple tenants, or even stick to the “best practices”. Over the past few months, … Continue reading

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Reporting on group membership for Azure AD devices

Now that we have device-based licensing for Office available to enterprise customers as well, adding device objects to Azure AD groups will become more common. The need to report on group membership for device objects will also arise. Neither the … Continue reading

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Enterprise customers can now get device-based licensing for Office

Or as Microsoft calls it: Device-based licensing for Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise Back at Ignite 2019, Microsoft announced a preview for the new device-based licensing for Office desktop apps (now Microsoft 365 Apps). The planned GA date was “summer … Continue reading

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Toggle Azure AD Security Defaults on or off programmatically

Continuing our exploration of the different policies objects exposed under the /policies Graph API endpoint, in this article we will discuss how to get the current state of the Security defaults feature, and change it as needed. But first, a … Continue reading

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