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Drive Letters: The Demon Barber of Sharepoint Street

Drive Letters: The Demon Barber of Sharepoint Street

This blog will be about some SharePoint drive letter mapping with a CSP. In one of my latest blogs, I showed you why you don’t necessarily need to hybrid join your devices to get an SSO to your on-premise file servers and legacy apps. I even showed you how you could map Drive letters by using a CSP in Intune. Deliver us from Hybrid – Call4Cloud Do you still need Azure Hybrid Ad? Like I showed you in an earlier…

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Keeping up with the new OneDrive 64 Bits Version

Keeping up with the new OneDrive 64 Bits Version

Last week the new OneDrive 64 bits version was released. I could not find any information about the 300k limit or if the limit was gone so I decided to test it myself. Let’s see how the new x64 bits OneDrive is handling a lot of new files… something like:350.000 And how the .dat file will be growing when all the files are uploaded. I created multiple batches to create a lot of files to multiple OneDrive folders. UPDATE 13-04-2012…

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I am Thinking of Ending Data Migration

I am Thinking of Ending Data Migration

This blog will be about the steps you need to take BEFORE you migrate your on-premise file server to Sharepoint/Onedrive/teams.  In one of my last blogs, I showed you the importance of making sure you don’t exceed the 255 characters when you are working with OneDrive and how you could solve this.  Call4Cloud The Grand OneDrive Hotel and the 260 Limitations  This blog above is based on what you could do AFTER the migration, now it’s time to talk about what you can do BEFORE the migration.  Again, the limitations, you really need to beware of are the…

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The Grand OneDrive Hotel

The Grand OneDrive Hotel

This blog will be about some limitations you can run into when you are migrating your files to SharePoint/teams and one drive. In one of my older blogs, I explained why I really love onedrive. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Onedrive – Call4Cloud But simply migrating your legacy file shares by only selecting source and destination within the migration tool and starting the migration is not best practice. Why you might ask? Here is a good example:…

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Zero Trust Security Flow

Zero Trust Security Flow

Everything is about Zero trust security, you will need to implement it.  There are a lot of articles written about zero-trust security the last few months. Some examples: Zero Trust Security (microsoft.com) Take the Zero Trust Assessment (microsoft.com) How to best explain zero trust? It’s like the quote of Ronald Reagan but just with one additional word: Never trust, but verify Zero trust ensures, identities are verified and devices are safe before you can access your corporate apps and data….

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Fantastic MR. SSO

Fantastic MR. SSO

This blog will be about what kind of problems you can run into when you have multiple customers inside one active directory and you want to provide them SSO with Office 365. Making use of modern authentication in combination with SSO can provide you with a very good user experience, except when you don’t have the option to use single sign-on. Take a look at this scenario: You are a hosting provider You have one big multi-Tenant Active Directory You…

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500 Days of blocking Onedrive extensions

500 Days of blocking Onedrive extensions

I was mentioning in my latest blog, I would show how you can automate the company apps deployment, but first I would like you to show something brand new. This blog will be about how to prevent some files to be uploaded with Onedrive and not using the Onedrive admin center Excluding extensions in the Onedrive admin center was the way to go to make sure some files are not synced with Onedrive. Of course, you don’t want certain files…

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Lost in monitoring Onedrive

Lost in monitoring Onedrive

In this blog, I will be showing you why it’s very important to monitor OneDrive and how to set up Onedrive Monitoring on your endpoints. When you enabled KFM and mounted some Team sites as I showed in one of my blogs, you have to make sure OneDrive is always working and your files are up-to-date. Monitoring your users OneDrive can be a Bitch, because there are no event logs or register values you can monitor to make sure OneDrive…

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Onedrive

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Onedrive

In the past, there have been quite a few sync problems with OneDrive. Fortunately, this is a thing of the past now. In this article we’ll go deeper into why you should choose OneDrive as your Cloud storage solution and what to look out for when migrating to OneDrive. Why Onedrive? Onedrive is the ideal storage space for files.  Collaborating with files and it isOneDrive is the ideal platform for file storage, collaboration and accessing your files anywhere in the…

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Once upon a time in the automount of OneDrive team sites

Once upon a time in the automount of OneDrive team sites

In this blog, we’ll be talking about how to make sure your team site sync automatically to all your devices within a few minutes. Microsoft offers this option as well, only their solution might take up to 8 hours! Today I’ll show you how to speed up this process.  For anyone who wants to sync the team site libraries automatically, you can configure it in Intune.   Okay, not my cup of tea. I feel users should be able to decide which team sites are important for them. Also, It’s…

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