For Azure AD Connect synchronized domains, I find it quite common that a customer sets up the synchronization itself, but does...
If you want to get rid of domain federation in Office 365 and remove your ADFS server which means moving from single sign-on to cloud identities, you can easily do it using Office 365 Management Shell by [crayon-5c6de2fc1fde3422169952-i/] . But if your ADFS server is not available for some reason, you can use this approach because it [...]Lukas Beran
Users with Office 365 Enterprise E3, E4 and E5, or with equivalent Government and Education plans or with just SharePoint Online Plan 2 or OneDrive for Business Plan 2 and at least 5 licensed users are eligible for free OneDrive for Business quota increase from 1TB to 5 TB. Upgrade should be released automatically, but if you don’t [...]Lukas Beran
In Office 365, unlike Azure, is not possible to choose a datacenter where will be our mailboxes placed. Datacenter is selected automatically based on our location when we are creating the tenant. So if we are conected from the Czech Republic, we can be sure that our mailboxes will be in EU datacenter, but we are not sure if it will be [...]Lukas Beran
If you want to change a license for all of your users, you probably don’t want to change it manually. You can do it using PowerShell. First you need to install Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant and then Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell. Now we can connect to Azure AD. In the first step we save our [...]Lukas Beran
One of the basic email problem is that everybody can use any email address even is he/she is not an owner of this address or the domain. DKIM is similar to SPF (Sender Policy Framework) but has one important advantage – when you forward a message, SPF validation fails, because the message is sent by another mail server than is [...]Lukas Beran