Office 365

ADFS 2016 idpinitiatedsignon page is missing – Solved

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Many of you guys will probably know the ADFS page, which can be used to test the authentication. Most of the time this page is used after the installation of an ADFS farm or in error cases. With the introduction of ADFS on Windows Server 2016, many of us may have encountered the problem, which […]

Apps

Microsoft Teams ♥ Microsoft Stream

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With the GA announcement of Microsoft Stream yesterday, I thought of using it in a very cool and modern way. My idea was to create an interactive video platform within my Teams service. So let’s hit it and configure Stream and Teams in a way to watch Stream videos within your Teams client and build […]

Azure

A guide on simplifications for O365 admins – III – Visual Studio Code profiles

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In the last post I tried to show how to make PowerShell life easier. You can read it here: http://blog.bisser.at/2017/05/16/a-guide-on-simplifications-for-o365-admins-ii-powershell-profiles/ This post is picking up the same issue, but the tool is a bit different. All cloud admins may know that Visual Studio Code supports PowerShell scripts and in addition to that makes life easier […]

Azure

A guide on simplifications for O365 admins – II – PowerShell profiles

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In my previous post, which you can read here: http://blog.bisser.at/2017/05/02/a-guide-on-simplifications-for-o365-admins-part-i-chrome-profiles/ I showed you how you can simplify your life as an O365 admin, with Chrome profiles. With this post, I want to show you, how you can tune your PowerShell in order to establish PS profiles too, which can be used to automate common tasks, […]

Azure

Azure mobile portal – a sneak peak

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At the Microsoft Build 2017 there were a lot of new features announced. One, which was quite innovative was the release of the Azure Mobile Portal. With this app it’s now possible to manage your Azure resources (and I mean all your Azure resources) from your smartphone or tablet via an app. So here are […]

Cloud

Azure Cloud Shell released – first thoughts and previews

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This was one of my most awaited features, which should be unveiled at the Build2017 – the Azure Cloud Shell. And now, only a couple of hours later, it’s already here and can be used do to cool stuff within the Azure portal in your favourite internet browser. To start it, simply click on the […]