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How to enroll Microsoft teams rooms devices into Intune

Introduction I recently was tasked to enroll Microsoft teams rooms device into Intune as the customer needed compliance policy to allow the device to communicate to cloud service. There are plenty of good resources on the internet how to get started, how and what to do. However, I stumbled across

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Introduction When we buy license to use office365 services we have lots of collaboration possibilities. One of the great features is OneDrive. OneDrive gives us the possibilities to backup folders like desktop, documents and pictures what makes the life of working on multiple devices much easier. (e.g., some of this

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Creating a Simple No Code Custom Apps in Microsoft Teams

  With the massive growth of Microsoft Teams since the start of the global COVID19 pandemic and Microsoft’s focus on pushing Teams as its primary collaboration interface. Organisations are now looking at how Teams can be used to optimise their End User experience by customising the solution to meet their

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Governance and compliance in office365 – part 1

Governance and compliance in Office365 is more relevant than ever and Microsoft has a few tools in the toolbox that helps companies get compliant when it comes to documents in SharePoint Online, Teams, OneDrive for Business and Exchange Online. While GDPR shone a light on a lot of issues, it

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Access to Teams based on our own extension attributes – PowerShell

In the last two post we looked at extending Azure AD with our own attributes http://blog.mindcore.dk/2019/10/azure-ad-extension-attributes.html and how to use this attribute to dynamically grant access to a Microsoft team http://blog.mindcore.dk/2019/10/access-to-teams-based-on-our-own.html. This time we will create the team and dynamic group using PowerShell instead. In order to do this we

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Access to Teams based on our own extension attributes

In our last post we looked at extending Azure AD with our own attributes http://blog.mindcore.dk/2019/10/azure-ad-extension-attributes.html Now let’s try to dynamically allow access to a Microsoft team based on the attribute. First we create a Team in Microsoft teams. In teams we create a new private team called TestTeam. We will

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Azure AD Naming Policy in the portal

Back in March we wrote a post about using PowerShell to create Naming policies for Office 365 groups and teams. https://bit.ly/2W9hMlK Now this feature is available in the Azure portal. Go to Azure Active Directory and Groups: Naming Policy: Since we already added custom blocked words with PowerShell, we can

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Modern Workplace consultant and a Microsoft MVP in Enterprise Mobility.
Modern Workplace consultant and a Microsoft MVP in Windows and Devices for IT.

Infrastructure architect with focus on Modern Workplace and Microsoft 365 security.

Passionate IT professional with 20+ experience in IT architecture, consulting, and design. 

Cloud & security specialist with focus on Microsoft backend products and cloud technologies.

Infrastructure architect with focus on design, implementation, migration and consolidation.

Infrastructure consultant with focus on cloud solutions in Office365 and Azure.

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