by johnacook

Microsoft 365 licensing diagrams. Contribute to AaronDinnage/Licensing development by creating an account on GitHub.
— Read on github.com/AaronDinnage/Licensing

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by Nik Charlebois

In my previous blog article, I introduced you to the process involved in registering an on-premises Windows server with Azure Arc so that it can be managed alongside native Azure Virtual Machine using a single control plane. In this blog article, we will focus on how we can deploy the PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) […]

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by Nik Charlebois

In my previous blog article, I introduced you to the process involved in registering an on-premises Windows server with Azure Arc so that it can be managed alongside native Azure Virtual Machine using a single control plane. In this blog article, we will focus on how we can deploy the PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) […]

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by Michael S.

Do you need item-level restore capability when it comes to backing up your company’s data? Here’s why Liberty Property Trust chose AvePoint.

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by Pieter Veenstra

Filter queries in the Get items action in the SharePoint connector are quite easy, but what if you want to filter by a SharePoint People field? The SharePoint people field … read the people-field-get-items-power-automate post

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by Tom Rimala

In these challenging times with a lot of users WFH, there is one thing that comes up as an issue in many cases. Why are our users experiencing bad Audio and Video quality in Teams (or Skype for Business)? Many companies has designed their remo…

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So how often do you check for PowerShell updates? My guess would be not at all as its hard to keep up to date to ensure you have the latest and greatest module available. So as an example I have two module installed on my client device which I have updated for a while. Check … Read More

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by Tobie Fysh

Survivable Branch Appliances are a pretty common device in multi-site companies that need local breakout for calls or need to have the ability to make calls when the connection to the Front End pool of Skype for Business servers is unavailable…

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This week Microsoft has announced the final release of the security configuration baseline settings for Windows 10 and Windows Server version 2004. This version sees 1 additional policy and 1 policy removed, Microsoft has also made 2 recommendations that organizations might worth considering. Download the Microsoft Security Compliance Toolkit that allows you to test the … Read More

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by Tom Arbuthnot

A long asked for API feature, the ability to pragmatically collect the PSTN call records and charges from Microsoft Teams e.g. the phone bill. Up until now, you have only been able to get this by exporting it from the Teams Admin Center into Excel, but now, in beta, you can collect these records from […]

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