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WSUS/SUP software updates sync failing because of “Upgrades” classification

At a client recently my Configurations Manager software update sync to Microsoft was failing.  This happened after I chose the classification “Upgrades” in the SUP (Software Update Point) properties.  After about 5 minutes the sync failed.  The following is what helped me fix this issue.
 

Marcus Musial by Marcus Musial

A Look at the New OneDrive for Business Admin Center

The new OneDrive for Business Admin center that was announced at Microsoft Ignite 2016 hit preview in December of 2016 for first release tenants. This post will walk through what this admin center includes while it is in preview and where it will be useful. 

Drew Madelung by Drew Madelung

How to Connect to Exchange Online with MFA enabled

If you are an organization following best practices for protecting your environment in the cloud you have inevitably enabled Multi Factor Authentication on your administrator logins

Bill Hughes by Bill Hughes

Beginning Office 365 Groups Administration

Office 365 Groups are a solution provided by Microsoft that are providing a new way for your team to work and collaborate. As someone who has helped many clients with Office 365, Groups can be a daunting conversation. When Groups first rolled out they had basically 0 administration capabilities. Over the past year things have improved to the point that I thought it would be good to put together some broad information about where and what you can manage with Office 365 Groups.

Drew Madelung by Drew Madelung

Mandatory Anonymous Link Expiration in Office 365

Microsoft recently released a new feature in Office 365 which allows a mandatory expiration length to be set at the tenant level. This will affect sharing documents through SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.  This post will provide the steps to configure this setting.

Drew Madelung by Drew Madelung