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Office Pro Plus Includes Teams

June 6, 2019

Just a quick post so you don’t pull out your hair on this one. Is Teams included in Office Pro Plus installs? Yes! In the past, Microsoft Teams was a separate installation from Office 365 ProPlus. But starting with Version 1902, Teams is included as part of new installations of Office 365 ProPlus. Great! So what’s the Read More

Favorites Folder Missing from MS Teams Contacts

June 6, 2019

I had a client that had a requirement to “Disable” Skype for Business in their Office 365 Tenancy. I set out to do this and disabled it in Azure AD at an Enterprise Applications level and also set it to disabled in each users license. I didn’t think this would cause any issues since the Read More

My OneNote Desktop Client is Missing!

May 23, 2019

If you are like me and prefer the OneNote desktop client over the “built in” Windows 10 App then keep reading. Simply put MicroSoft will no longer be developing new features for OneNote 2016 and it will NOT be available as a desktop client in Office 2019 or newer versions of Office Pro Plus (office Read More

What the MFA?

April 11, 2019

Thinking about moving to a more secure model of User Verification is a great idea especially these days. Office 365 and Azure AD provide the means to increase security for users using either 2-step verification or AzureAD MFA. Multi Factor Authentication. What is it anyway? Typically it is Something you know (could be a password) Read More

Where is MS Forms Data Stored?

April 11, 2019

Where is MS Forms Data stored? Microsoft Forms data is stored on servers in the United States, with the exception of data for European-based tenants. The data for European-based tenants is stored on servers in Europe. Will MS Forms Data be stored in Canada? So far storing Forms Data is not on the Road Map Read More

Calendar Sharing in an Exchange On-line Hybrid Setup

March 21, 2019

In an Hybrid configuration, while migration of Resource or Room Calendars to Exchange On-line works there are a few configurations that will need to be set with the help of Power Shell. Recently I performed such a migration and found that while the Calendars were available to both Office 365 and on-premises users, there were Read More

Hide O365 Groups from Outlook

February 26, 2019

If you’ve got Office 365 Groups kicking about in your Outlook profile but you’d really rather not see them or have them there then use power shell to “Hide” them. There are two ways to “Hide” an Office 365 group; 1) from the GAL or 2) from the Exchange Client. First, you will need to Read More

Add a ‘Room’ to a Teams Meeting Location

February 12, 2019

You just got Teams. You’ve installed the desktop app and you love it! It’s purple… life is good! Time to create your first Meeting. So exciting! But wait…what’s this? Why can’t you choose any Meeting Locations? And why is that error message not helpful? Ok now what? PowerShell to the rescue of course! Assuming there Read More

Office 365: Some Helpful Tips

May 25, 2018

Ever Changing, Ever Growing and Always Offering More Some days in the Office 365 portal I see buttons or features that were not there the previous day. One day I swear I saw a new link appear right before my eyes. Don’t miss out on what Office 365 has to offer. With a myriad of Read More

SharePoint Libraries NOT syncing after OneDrive for Business upgrade

August 17, 2017

What? You just upgraded your OneDrive for Business client to the latest version.  Nice!  But now when you try to sync your pre-existing SharePoint libraries you can’t.  Sad face…  And you get this really, really helpful message box (sarcasm) that says you need to update to the latest version of OneDrive for Business.  What!! So Read More

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