In Episode 350, Ben and Scott talk about some of the ambiguity in features between several types of Teams channels, a new model that includes access to Microsoft Learn for those taking role-based Microsoft certification exams, and a simplified experience for creating and managing CDN endpoints using Azure Front Door for Azure Storage customers.
In Episode 339, Ben and Scott get side railed with the current Redditt drama around their paid API and some of their favorite apps going away. They also cover and update on Azure AD Graph Retirement before they move on to some new sample scripts from the Intune team that demonstrate how to work with Intune and Microsoft Graph. Finally, they close out discussing the new public preview of collaborative notes in Microsoft Teams.
In Episode 329, Ben and Scott talk about some old (but new to them) enhancements to Microsoft Intune that allow for the import of ADMX and ADML administrative templates, availability of Windows 365 Cloud PC preview for Frontline workers, and avatars for Teams coming to public preview.
In Episode 328, Ben and Scott talk through the upcoming deprecation of remote PowerShell sessions (RPS) for Exchange Online, some changes to how you’ll get to Azure AD using Entra in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center, and how to enable the new Microsoft Teams client. Then Scott brings Ben up to speed on strategies to make sure you’re getting notified of service retirements and deprecations for Azure.
In Episode 326, Ben and Scott take on a listener question about ways to run study groups using Microsoft Teams to study for certifications (or really anything else you’d get a group together to learn). Next, they tackle the newly announced Microsoft 365 Copilot service.