Category Archives: Office 365

Running Office 365 eDiscovery/Content search by using GUIDs

With the move to “unified” compliance features across the Office 365 suite, we have gained a lot of utility, while on the other hand some useful functionalities are no longer available. A common example is the simplicity of the Search-Mailbox … Continue reading

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Another Office 365 compliance issue swept under the rug

A while back, I was made aware of an interesting issue, namely the fact that OneDrive for Business users can disable indexing for their own drives, effectively disabling functionalities such as eDiscovery or DLP. This of course is yet another … Continue reading

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Device-based Office Pro Plus subscriptions

In another example of history repeating itself, Microsoft has revealed plans to introduce device-based subscription for Office 365 Pro Plus. After years and years of evangelizing the benefits of the subscription-based model, which is tied in to the user identify, … Continue reading

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Service Health Dashboard improvements and another rant on support

Ignite 2019 is now over and as usual I’ve been spending some time going over sessions I wasn’t able to attend in person. One of these sessions was the “Service Health Dashboard” one, Incident communications at cloud-scale: How Microsoft 365 … Continue reading

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Azure Cloud Shell is now integrated with the Office 365 Admin Center

Over an year ago, at last Ignite conference, Microsoft previewed an early version of Azure Cloud Shell integrated modules that will make it easier for Office 365 admins to connect to and manage their environments. Now, an year later, this … Continue reading

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