Paul Robichaux explains recent changes in how Microsoft 365 Apps Channels updates are deployed and why it matters to you. He’ll also cover how to effectively control which users have which versions of the apps and when, and how, those apps will be upgraded.
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The Microsoft 365 Groups Ownership Governance policy is now generally available. Also known as the ownerless group policy, this capability allows organizations to make sure that all groups have owners by detecting ownerless groups and extending invitations to active group members to become owners. It’s a useful capability, especially in large tenants with many groups.
The complexities of Office 365 tenants only increases the complexities of creating an Office 365 migration plan. To generate an initial assessment for a tenant, I created a PowerShell script to report the most important information that influences migration planning.
Organizations have lots of choice in terms of the licenses they buy to use Office 365 and Microsoft 365 functionality. If you’re interested in compliance and data governance, maybe the Office 365 E5 plan delivers the best combination of functionality and price. Let’s see what the numbers say.
MSOL and Azure AD license management cmdlets stop working in August 2022 when Microsoft 365 switches to a new license management platform. The Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK includes cmdlets which can replace the older code, once you know how. The good news is that this article is packed full of practical examples of how to add, remove, and update licenses assigned to Azure AD accounts.