Known Folder Move With OneDrive for Business

As Microsoft 365 evolves, to store user data and sync them easily across the devices, apply security, collaborate easily, OneDrive for Business (ODB) is the way. This article explains some basic operations you can perform to manage ODB drives in your tenant. This is my approach on making OneDrive for Business to replace user's traditional... Continue Reading →

The Hybrid Exchange Server Dilemma

This article is for anyone who is struggling and thinking how to get rid of the On Premises Exchange Server now all the mailboxes have been migrated to the cloud and no need of coexistence, federation and mail flow required. As you may already know (maybe) Microsoft recommends us to keep the last Exchange Server... Continue Reading →

TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 End is Near!

If you are an Office 365 admin like myself, you may have received many notifications from Microsoft regarding the TLS 1.0 being deprecated in their infrastructure which in result will affect their customers if they don't move to TLS 1.2 in time. They've 1st informed this will be valid from 31st Oct 2018, but have... Continue Reading →

Sync Now, Consolidate Later

Companies acquiring other companies as they grow. For IT, it's a never ending nightmare to bring the systems in-line. Projects that involves setting up new company's systems according to the mother company and what not. Among them, Active Directory Domain migration/ have domains in trust mode takes priority.If you have Office 365 running, that makes... Continue Reading →

Stop MS Teams auto starting

Teams installation with no auto start switch has issues in many levels where it’s not honouring the switch. Even though it installs and won’t auto launch for the first time, when the user logs off and log back in, it auto launches and creating the below registry key in the HKEY User hive.  Location: Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run String... Continue Reading →

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