Join me on October 25 at 1:00 PM EST for “Getting started with Office 365”, or if you can’t make it, register anyway and watch the replay.
Announcing a new service from Intelligink (my SharePoint/Office 365 consulting company) your Office 365 Admin Portal! This is still very much a work in progress, but it’s to the point I wanted to announce it and start gauging interest and gather feedback. Office 365 Admin Portal is a new membership service I’m launching to assist you, the Office 365 Administrator, … Read More
Day 2 was all about SharePoint and OneDrive, some Office 365 Usage Reporting and Administration and Office 2019. Here is the Microsoft Ignite Day 2 Recap from my perspective. SharePoint There was a TON of SharePoint announcement day 2 of ignite. In fact, the best way to cover it all in blog posts was to have one parent blog post … Read More
Alright, just a quick blog post tonight with an Ignite Day 1 Recap. Lots of news today, a lot of it I covered in my blog post from yesterday, but now I have some links to go along with some of the announcements as well as a few more details. Also, a reminder. On Thursday Scott and I will also … Read More
Just yesterday I ran into a really weird issue with, what turned out to be, the Azure AD PowerShell Module when credentials save in a variable and Azure AD cmdlets were combined with the SharePoint Dev PnP cmdlets. This same issue occurs both in an Azure Runbook (working on a future blog post and where I first discovered the issue) … Read More
If you’ve used SharePoint at all, hopefully you’re familiar with metadata within lists and libraries. One nice aspect of such metadata is that you can set certain fields to be required and other fields to be optional. Required metadata simply forces you to fill in these fields before the file can be checked in to SharePoint and available for others. … Read More
A little bit of an unusual post for me with just a rough post of bullet points I jotted down the other day. With the recent release of Groups in Office 365 I just wanted write down thoughts that I’ve gleaned over the last couple of days from the YamJam, Microsoft Posts, and a brief webcast from Michael Ganotti – … Read More