There are times when your organization (or a customer’s organization) just can’t run the Exchange Hybrid Configuration Wizard. If you’re embarking on one of our strategies to take advantage of Microsoft Teams while your mailboxes are still on-premises, the Exchange Hybrid configuration is the go-to way to get there, since it sets all this stuff up automatically. … [ Continue reading ]
Now that we’ve configured the nuts and bolts of a connected organization, catalog, and access package, let’s take a look at the user experience!… [ Continue reading ]
Recently, I had a customer ask how to help enable their Office 365 tenants to collaborate more easily. Currently, the problem they face is generating invitations to an ever-growing and ever-changing list of recipients across tenants. … [ Continue reading ]
This error falls into the “both nebulous and specific at the same time” category. Here is a list of a few things you can do to troubleshoot it.
The full text of the message looks something like this:
There are a handful of things to check.… [ Continue reading ]
Today, I was asked about manually disabling the Skype of Business Outlook plug-in for a customer where users have both Skype and Teams clients and are configured in Islands mode.
This is what I came up with. … [ Continue reading ]
UPDATE: An updated version script is now available on the PowerShell Gallery at https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/Teams-AutoAnswer/.
Here’s a quick tip:
For organizations that may not have rolled out the Teams client yet and may want recipients to one-click join meetings without having to interact with this page:
There’s a way. … [ Continue reading ]
With the rise of stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 over the past several weeks (now turned months), I’ve engaged with many customers who want to use Microsoft Teams to as part of their work-from-home tool set. … [ Continue reading ]
Yesterday, I was asked about the eDiscovery process for Private Channels in Teams.
It’s a little bit hairy at the moment, so I’ve included some scripting and examples to help you out with it.… [ Continue reading ]
Here’s a fun one … Disabling Teams auto-startup. Imagine this scenario:
- You haven’t trained your service desk on how to answer/troubleshoot/manage Teams help desk calls
- You’ve configured restrictions on who can create Teams
- You’ve deployed the new Office ProPlus update with Teams integrated.
This week, while working with one of my peers, a request came in to bulk convert all Office 365 groups to Microsoft Teams. In the Teams UI, you’re only presented the choice to upgrade groups you own, one at a time, to Teams.… [ Continue reading ]
One of my customers recently asked for a solution to checking a particular Microsoft Team multiple times a day for new channel additions. In their organization, someone is responsible for creating a new channel every time new item for review is published, and then all of the communications, files, and data related to that item is stored in that particular time.… [ Continue reading ]
Today, we’re going to explore two relatively new sharing controls in SharePoint Online (and, by extension, OneDrive for Business). The two options we’re going to look at are located inside the SharePoint Admin Center (https://<tenant>-admin.sharepoint.com)… [ Continue reading ]