Study Guide Series: Exam MS-700 – Plan and configure security and compliance settings for Microsoft Teams (Part 1)

This post is part of the overall MS-700 Exam Study Guide. Links to each topic as they are posted can be found here. In this section I will go through the following topics relating to security and compliance settings for Microsoft Teams. Plan alerts for Microsoft TeamsChoose appropriate administration rolesPlan threat policies As Microsoft Teams is …

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Study Guide Series – Exam MS-700: Managing Microsoft Teams

In it's relatively short history, Microsoft Teams has quickly become one of the main focal points in Microsoft 365 deployments. By brining together functionality from across the platform into a single interface where users can collaborate on multiple levels, Teams benefits from the functionality built into SharePoint Online, Skype for Business, Exchange Online and more …

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Dealing with Teams Guest Users During Tenant to Tenant Migrations

During Microsoft 365 tenant to tenant migrations, the question of Guest Accounts often comes up. How they are dealt with is critical as they are not internal users who can rely on our helpdesk for support. Because of this, a lot of organizations will choose to ignore Guest accounts and inform end users to re-invite …

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Migrate Microsoft Team and Private Channel Members with Graph API and PowerShell

As Microsoft Teams grows into one of the most successful tools in the Microsoft 365 suite, more organizations are seeing Teams as business critical. Entire processes are built around Teams and it has become more important to be able to manage Teams at scale. Generally when managing Teams membership, we can use the Exchange Online …

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Replace Teams Outbound Caller ID with Resource Account Number

One of the standard PhoneSystem features that Microsoft Teams supports is Caller ID Policies. Masking users direct dials for outbound calls is a pretty common requirement in any organization. Interestingly, when we navigate to the Caller ID Policy, we don't have a simple option to select a Resource Account number. The use case here, and …

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Configure Microsoft Teams Common Area Phones

As more organizations move even deeper into Microsoft Teams by adopting Teams Phone System as a replacement for their traditional PBX systems, there are use cases that need to be accounted for outside of users making and receiving calls within Teams. I’ve detailed the setup of Auto Attendants in a previous post and we can …

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Right to Disconnect: How to Block Teams Messages After Business Hours

I recently wrote an article about how we can add a disclaimer to email messages outside of business hours to promote a healthy work / life balance. I then received a question asking if we can achieve something similar for Teams messages. While we can't add a disclaimer, we can leverage Microsoft Cloud App Security …

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Configure Teams Direct Routing, Simple Deployment via PowerShell

A massive amount of organizations are delving into Teams even deeper and assessing the calling functionality as a replacement for their existing phone system. Of the different ways of implementing Teams calling, Direct Routing seems to be the standard for large organizations. The flexibility afforded through Direct Routing is exactly what is needed in a …

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How to Enable Microsoft Teams Public Preview in your Organization

The Microsoft Teams feature updates are still coming thick and fast with a host of new features appearing for Teams users every month. even just looking at the roadmap page, there are 219 features in development at the time of writing and 26 currently rolling out. With the pace of updates, it's important to keep …

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