Monthly Archives: April 2016

Azure Site Recovery generally available in the Azure portal

Azure Site Recovery, a component of Microsoft Operations Management Suite, is now generally available in the Azure portal. Those familiar with Site Recovery from the Azure classic portal will be pleased with the new look, feel, and enhancements. Azure Site Recovery now includes support for Azure Resource Manager–based and classic deployments, as well as support for simultaneously protecting multiple virtual machines (VMs), in System Center Virtual Machine Manager to Azure, Hyper-V Site to Azure, and System Center VMM to System

Windows 10 Enterprise Data Protection Documentation Is Online

For those of you on Insider builds of Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile you can now start testing out the EDP capabilities. Note that you need one of the following management solutions in order to test it out – Intune, Config Manager 1511 (or later) or a 3rd party MDM solution. Protect your enterprise data using enterprise data protection (EDP) Create an enterprise data protection (EDP) policy Create an enterprise data protection (EDP) policy using Intune Create and deploy

Azure Import/Export Service Now Live In Australia

While this hasn’t been a showstopper for most that need the service, having to ship to an overseas datacenter is something that can now be avoided when you want to use the Import/Export Service. The service allows you to ship up to 8TB 3.5 SATA II/III drives that have been prepared following the instructions that Microsoft provides. If you need more information take a look at Use the Microsoft Azure Import/Export Service to Transfer Data to Blob Storage for more details. This

Microsoft Intune April 2016 Updates

Listed below are the details of the Intune updates for April 2016, and as per usual there are likely a few that are particularly applicable to your environment.   All of the April 2016 features are also supported for hybrid customers (Configuration Manager integrated with Intune). App management MAM user compliance. You can now view the status of your application management policies for any user in your Azure Active Directory (AAD) tenant. This includes: Devices Apps on the device Status

Upcoming MVA Event – Deploying Windows 10: Automating Deployment by Using System Center Configuration Manager

Not something I’ll be joining live due to the time zone differences, this is definitely one I’ll watch when it is made available on demand. Deploying Windows 10: Automating Deployment by Using System Center Configuration Manager Register Now  April 13, 2016 9am–12pm PDT Looking to use System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to automate deployment of Windows 10? Join experts Aaron Czechowski and Wally Mead as they step you through it. Windows 10 represents a major paradigm shift for Microsoft and


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