Look, I realize this is not an Azure Sentinel-related blog post from me (which is rare, I know), but I came across a nugget of value today that I thought would be excellent to share. Talking with one of my favorite CSAMs, she just casually glossed over something that she does regularly (and is brilliant … Continue reading Tip: Setting a Delay on Sending Outlook Emails
Introduction For logging into office 365 services, and you are syncing your users from on premises AD via Azure AD Connect, Microsoft has always recommended changing your users UPNs to match their e-mail address. 2 of the main reasons for this are: You can not use non routable domains in Azure AD. So domain.local will … Continue reading Azure AD Alternate Login ID – Use your e-mail address (preview).
Microsoft Teams is a great way to keep your technical support teams informed about incidents and events occurring in your server environment.Today we will discuss how to integrate SCOM alerts to a Microsoft Teams channel making use of incoming webhooks or alternatively e-mail. Wait...what is an incoming webhook? A webhook acts as a special kind … Continue reading Let’s send some SCOM alerts to Microsoft Teams
Background Following on from the Blog Post on Office 365 End to End Servicing. I thought my next post would be on how to change the Office 365 ProPlus Update Channel as I had a customer recently who had deployed the Monthly Channel to all his users and wanted to change them to “Semi-Annual Channel” … Continue reading Changing and Maintaining Office 365 ProPlus Update Channels using ConfigMgr
The following post was contributed by Cliff Jones a Consultant working for Microsoft. Background Recently I was asked by a few of my customers on how to simplify the deployment of Office 365 ProPlus updates in their environment to keep within support but at the same time take advantage of the latest features … Continue reading Office 365 ProPlus – End to End Servicing in Configuration Manager