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Group Policy Assignments Using Microsoft Teams PowerShell

Group Policy Assignments Using Microsoft Teams PowerShell

Unmanaged devices, external file-sharing, and email integration impose a big question mark on the security posture of Microsoft Teams. In order to secure and manage Microsoft Teams, policies are used¬†under various sections like messaging, meetings, calling, conferencing, and many more. Usually, these Teams policies for users, groups, and batches are managed in the Microsoft Teams admin center or using the Teams PowerShell Module (TPM). But now Microsoft extends the managing capability of additional Office 365 group policies using the Teams…

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Built-in Dynamic Distribution Groups Report in the New Exchange Admin Center

Built-in Dynamic Distribution Groups Report in the New Exchange Admin Center

In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of Microsoft, keeping pace with the latest tools and features is crucial. One such transformation that demands attention is the deprecation of the classic Exchange Admin Center (EAC), paving the way for the new Exchange admin center. Microsoft strongly recommends embracing this new Exchange admin center, as it offers advanced capabilities and exciting enhancements to streamline your administrative tasks! ūüďĘ In this blog post, we will explore the latest additions of Dynamic distribution groups…

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Intelligent Meeting Recap in Microsoft Teams

Intelligent Meeting Recap in Microsoft Teams

As we all know, Microsoft recently launched a new Teams experience exclusively for Windows users, which is currently in preview mode. As part of their ongoing efforts to improve Microsoft Teams, another new feature – Intelligent Recap in Teams Meetings will be rolled out for both Teams Premium users and users without Teams Premium. The preview rollout will begin in early May, followed by the standard release in mid-May.¬†Let’s take a detailed look at the capabilities and benefits of Intelligent…

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Microsoft Teams Brings Green Screen Feature for Meetings!

Microsoft Teams Brings Green Screen Feature for Meetings!

Virtual meetings have become an integral¬†part of our daily lives, be it for work, school, or personal events. As such, it’s important to make these meetings as engaging and professional as possible. One way to do this is by using virtual backgrounds.¬†Now, Microsoft has taken this experience further to the next level by introducing green screen feature in Teams meetings. Like a cherry on top, Microsoft Teams‚Äô Green screen feature is in public preview now! Are you curious to access…

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Get Ready! The Retirement of Few Microsoft 365 Connectors is on the Way

Get Ready! The Retirement of Few Microsoft 365 Connectors is on the Way

Are you receiving regular updates through Microsoft 365 connectors in your organization? ¬†If so, here is the recent update on Office 365 connectors that you should know about! ¬† Sad but true!¬†A few popular Microsoft 365 connectors will be retired soon!¬†Yes, Microsoft announced that this retirement (MC512209) will begin in mid-March and will come to an end by mid-April. As a result, you will no longer be notified of updates through these connectors after they have been retired. ¬† Let‚Äôs…

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Microsoft Viva Puts Pause on Daily Briefing Emails in Microsoft 365

Microsoft Viva Puts Pause on Daily Briefing Emails in Microsoft 365

Are you frequently¬†missing meetings lately? Did you¬†forget to do any vital work? Or did you fail to follow up on any important messages? Yeah, you might be. Because lately, Microsoft paused sending briefing emails to Office 365 users, which is like a reminder or checklist. But don‚Äôt worry! Microsoft came up with the best alternatives¬†to balance your work life.¬†¬† Let’s learn more about pausing Microsoft Viva’s briefing emails in this blog.   Briefing¬†Emails¬†from¬†Microsoft¬†Viva¬† Microsoft Viva Insights sends¬†Office 365 briefing emails¬†to…

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Goodbye RPS: Remote PowerShell Retirement in Exchange Online 

Goodbye RPS: Remote PowerShell Retirement in Exchange Online 

Exchange Online PowerShell uses Remote PowerShell to connect to Exchange Online tenant and perform various management tasks such as creating and managing mailboxes, automating tasks, creating reports, performing bulk operations on multiple accounts, and configuring various settings.¬† Recently Microsoft made announcement regarding deprecation of Remote PowerShell (RPS) in Exchange Online. Starting from June 1, 2023, Microsoft will begin phasing out the use of Remote PowerShell (RPS) for Exchange Online, with a complete cut-off on July 1, 2023.¬† ¬† How to…

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Turn on This Setting to View Full Chat Thread via Teams Search

Turn on This Setting to View Full Chat Thread via Teams Search

As we know, it is impossible to view the entire chat conversation using Teams’ message search feature when the chat is older than 14 days. You will only see those specific messages for what you have searched. To spare you from this barrier, Microsoft enhanced the Teams search functionality in a way to view the entire conversation thread after clicking the specific message in search results.¬†   The updated search experience is currently available in public preview for the Teams…

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Manage Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails in Outlook using PowerShell 

Manage Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails in Outlook using PowerShell 

Microsoft 365 provides an option to control access on protected emails, such as emails protected by MIP sensitivity labels or RMS protected emails for delegates and shared mailbox members. ¬† Delegate Access Control on Protected Emails – How it Started?¬†¬† Even though the feature exists already, it has a few inconsistencies. When a delegate has full access to the mailbox, the delegate can access encrypted emails based on the Outlook client they are using.¬†¬†¬† Delegate access:¬†Delegates can view encrypted emails…

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Manage Orphan groups in ease with Group Ownership Governance Policy

Manage Orphan groups in ease with Group Ownership Governance Policy

Managing¬†the Office 365 groups and Teams has always been a painstaking task. What if there is no one to manage them?¬†If Microsoft Teams owner left the company or the owner’s account was deleted or disabled, it becomes an ownerless team. These are called Orphaned Teams/Groups. Then, how will you manage ownerless groups effectively?¬† No Owner, No Management:¬† An ownerless group can function, and members can still collaborate, but the lack of an owner means that:¬† No one will be responsible…

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