by Manish | Mar 1, 2022 | Office 365, Azure, Cloud, Intune
In this post I will show you multiple methods on how to assign O365 license to users. We can assign the license using various portals such as “Microsoft 365 admin center”, “Azure Portal”, “Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin centre”. For repetitive activity, I will show you how to assign O365 license to users using PowerShell command which requires AzureAD module to be installed. Though we can use MSOnline Module as well but that is soon going to be depreciated, hence recommended module to install is AzureAD. This is not just limited to Office 365 license but any other kind of license which has been assigned to you.
by Manish | Jan 9, 2022 | Intune, Azure, Cloud, Office 365
In this post I will be discussing on how to Block access to Office 365 access when Windows is not patched. The purpose of this post is to implement a solution so as if any Windows 10 workstation device is not patched for last couple of months (let’s say 6 months), device should not be able to access Office 365 or we can say let’s block the access to Office 365 applications such as word, excel, PowerPoint etc.
by Manish | Dec 10, 2021 | Office 365, Cloud, Intune
In this post I will be going through the process for how to deploy Microsoft 365 Aps with Intune. Creating Microsoft 365 application which was previously known as Office 365 ProPlus, is a straight forward process using Microsoft Intune as you don’t have to download / upload any source. Microsoft 365 application also takes care of uninstalling any previous version of office.
by Manish | Nov 14, 2021 | Office 365, SCCM, Software Update
In this post I will go through the process of how to deploy Office 365 updates using SCCM. There are few configurations to be made before deploying Office 365 updates in environment. Once the configuration is done, we can deploy patches like any other patches / cumulative updates for Windows 10 & Windows 11 devices.
by Manish | Oct 9, 2018 | Office 365
As we know that Microsoft has recently released Office 2019 version, many of us would be excited.
But for enterprise users, who are still on Windows 7 have to be mindful as Office 2019 will only be supported on Windows 10 platform. That perfectly makes sense as we know that extended support for Windows 7 is ending in January’2020 hence it does not make any sense supporting a version which is on a verge of End of Life.