Category: Office 365

Blog, Configuration Manager Current Branch, Office 365, Windows 10

My notes and experiences from Microsoft Ignite 2018

INTRODUCTION I have just spent a week at the Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference in Orlando, Florida. This was my first visit to both the conference and to Orlando, so I was very excited. Upon arrival att MCO (Orlando International Airport) you can pick up your badge straight away at the baggage claim. This was a super simple process and highly appreciated!   Before the conference, me and my colleague spent a full day at Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of…

Blog, Configuration Manager Current Branch, Office 365, Powershell

Deploy Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus Using PS App Deployment Toolkit

INTRODUCTION There are currently many organizations migrating from previous versions of Microsoft Office to Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus. Many of these organizations are also spread around the globe with different language requirements. I have seen that deploing Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus in large enterprise environment is not as trivial as you might think, as you have to take many things in to consideration. The way described in this blog post is the way I go about deploying Office 365 ProPlus, and I have frankly…

Blog, Configuration Manager Current Branch, Office 365, Software Updates, Windows 10

Considerations When Deploying Office 365 Client Updates Using ADRs in SCCM

INTRODUCTION A customer contacted me the other day because their Office 365 client updates were not released to clients in a timely fashion. Their configuration was one Automatic Deployment Rule (ADR) for all client updates, with the following configuration: Date Released or Revised last 1 day Office 365 client updates enabled Evaluation schedule: Every Second Tuesday at 23:55 This is a fine setup except for the following scenarios: Out of band patches are not included Windows Defender Definitions in Configuration…

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