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Directory Synchronization object limit increased to 300,000
2/6/2014 | Amin Tavakoli | 1
All customers of Azure Active Directory and Office 365 have a default object limit of 50,000 objects (users, mail-enabled contacts, and groups) by default.This limit determines how many objects you can create in your tenant. Objects can be created using DirSync, Powershell or the GRAPH API. When you


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Working folder. Secure synchronization in the private cloud
8/22/2014 | Hans Brender's Blog | 9
For years, I use multiple devices and it was not always easy to find the right method of comparison. From the folder-redirection, SkyDrive, OneDrive and OneDrive for business with a working folder. It was important for me that I have a certain device safe and easy synchronization


Working folder. Secure synchronization in the private cloud
8/22/2014 | Office 365 MVPs | 10
For years, I use multiple devices and it was not always easy to find the right method of comparison. From the folder-redirection, SkyDrive, OneDrive and OneDrive for business with a working folder. It was important for me that I for specific devices...Read more ›


Office 365 – Office On Demand is being retired on November 2014
8/22/2014 | Benoit's corner | 20
Body: A major change announcement for Office 365 services. Office On Demand – a feature which allows to install Office on a client for the time of need – is being retired by November 2014 http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/172/t/259931.aspx Category: Office 365; Office 365 Grid # Comments:


Microsoft Azure – Now supporting reverse DNS
8/22/2014 | Benoit's corner | 25
Body: Big news today Microsoft has announced that Microsoft Azure, his PaaS solution, is now supporting Reverse DNS for all Azure services; and mostly, this is also backward compatible for all existing services. To know more about this announcement and how to use it see http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2014/07/21/announcing-reverse-dns-for-azure-cloud-services/ Category:


Announcing the 0.4.0-beta preview of Microsoft Azure WebJobs SDK
8/21/2014 | Microsoft Azure | 9
This post highlights the new features in a 0.4.0-beta preview of WebJobs SDK


July 2014 Content Wrap-Up
8/21/2014 | Office 365 MVPs | 11
Well, I sure let this one slip past me. For those of you not paying attention, I hit the road the last couple days of July, and just got home this week….so I’ve been kind of busy driving just over…Read more ›


Azure: New DocumentDB NoSQL Service, New Search Service, New SQL AlwaysOn VM Template, and more
8/21/2014 | ScottGu's Blog | 11
Today we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. Today’s updates include: DocumentDB: Preview of a New NoSQL Document Service for Azure Search: Preview of a New Search-as-a-Service offering for Azure Virtual Machines: Portal support for SQL Server AlwaysOn + community-driven VMs Web


New Azure services and updates expand openness, choice and flexibility
8/21/2014 | Microsoft Azure | 11
We are excited to announce new services and updates that affirm our commitment to enabling developers build innovations how they want.


Meet the new Office Dev Center
8/21/2014 | Apps for Office and SharePoint | 9
We are excited to announce that the Office Dev Center has gone through a major redesign and content overhaul, as we create a home for the Microsoft Office 365 developer audience. The post Meet the new Office Dev Center appeared first on Office Blogs.


Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 012 with Alex Randall on SharePoint workflow
8/21/2014 | Apps for Office and SharePoint | 9
In episode 12, Jeremy Thake chats to Alex Randall about SharePoint workflow in Visual Studio and some of his open source projects. The post Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 012 with Alex Randall on SharePoint workflow appeared first on Office Blogs.


Advanced Encoding Features in Azure Media Encoder
8/21/2014 | Microsoft Azure | 11
Azure Media Encoder has many advanced features that are often overlooked. This weeks post provides an in-depth look at features like Custom Presets, Subclipping, Overlays, and Stitching.


Unleashing Power BI for Office 365
8/21/2014 | Channel 9 - Office 365 | 12
In this week's show, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by Michael Tejedor from the SQL Server team to discuss Power BI and show it in action. Power BI for Office 365 is a cloud-based business intelligence (BI) solution that lets you gain insights from your data to analyze and visualize it in powerful ways.


Another opportunity for automation in eDiscovery for SharePoint 2013 and Exchange 2013
8/21/2014 | Office 365 MVPs | 15
Why is it that anything that involves co-operation between Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013 is quite so hard to setup and fragile to manage? It’s almost as if the two products are the result of work done by two very…Read more ›


Microsoft NoSQL database and full-text search service previews available on Azure
8/21/2014 | ZDNet All About Microsoft | 25
Microsoft is making available previews of two new Azure services: Its DocumentDB NoSQL service and its full-text search service built on Elasticsearch.


Add the Discover SharePoint app to a Team Site
8/21/2014 | Office 365 MVPs | 12
One of the biggest challenges around SharePoint is end user adoption. I have written about this many times including: Navigate to a SharePoint Online Team Site. Select Site Contents from the Quick Launch menu on the left. Select add an…Read more ›


Automate Linux VM Customization Tasks Using CustomScript Extension
8/20/2014 | Microsoft Azure | 12
In this post, you will learn how to customize your Linux VM using predefined scripts, executed by CustomScript Extension.


WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques on Azure Websites
8/20/2014 | Microsoft Azure | 13
WordPress is one of the most commonly used blogging engines and can be quite cumbersome to resolve issues when trying to set it up on Azure Websites. In this blog post, we have addressed some of common issues with WordPress and ways to resolve them.


Delegate365 changelog version 2.6
8/20/2014 | blog.at.work | 14
Delegate365 changelog version 2.6. We internally changed the encryption of stored credentials and extended it to protect all custom values. D365 uses an own Service Account for accessing and transferring user data to Azure Active Directory. For Exchange functionality like Alias email addresses or distribution


Using the Exchange Online EWS API with Office 365 API via Azure AD
8/20/2014 | Jeremy Thanke's musings | 10
In my normal day to day job in the Office 365 Developer technical product management team I’ve been doing more and more work with the new Office 365 APIs that call into Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business and use Azure AD for auth flow. These new end points are all OData 4 […]


New Office 365 Business Plans
8/20/2014 | Office 365 Advisors | 13
New Office 365 Business Plans The post New Office 365 Business Plans appeared first on Office 365.


New Office 365 Business Plans
8/20/2014 | Office 365 Advisors | 9
New Office 365 Business Plans The post New Office 365 Business Plans appeared first on Office 365.


Legal firm embraces cloud computing, wins case for mobile productivity
8/20/2014 | Office Blogs - Office 365 | 9
Office 365 kick started our adoption of 21st century IT. I’d estimate that we are at least 25 percent more productive when working inside and outside of the office.” Joe Nascimento, Attorney, RTR. Don’t miss the details RTR’s move to Office 365. The post Legal firm embraces cloud computing, wins case


Garage Series Under the Hood: Continually Safeguarding your Data in the Office 365 Service
8/20/2014 | Office Blogs - Garage Series | 6
In this special edition of Garage Series Live Under the Hood, Jeremy Chapman goes deep on the operational side of information protection with lead engineer Matt Swann – from Office 365's blue team – responsible for detecting and analyzing anomalies in the service. They discuss how the service is architected


Garage Series Under the Hood: Continually Safeguarding your Data in the Office 365 Service
8/20/2014 | Office Blogs - Garage Series | 6
In this special edition of Garage Series Live Under the Hood, Jeremy Chapman goes deep on the operational side of information protection with lead engineer Matt Swann – from Office 365’s blue team – responsible for detecting and analyzing anomalies in the service. They discuss how the service is architected


Office 365 ProPlus XML Config Files Are Case Sensitive
8/20/2014 | Office 365 MVPs | 8
The XML file used for the configuration of Office 365 ProPlus is case sensitive. In a client I have been working with the UpdatePath value in the install XML file was accidently specified using “Updatepath” and not “UpdatePath” (case sensitive).…Read more ›