Microsoft is delivering five free public virtual workshops (May 10-14, 2021). Each delivery is three hours long, offered across multiple time zones (AMER, LATAM, India, EMEA, and APAC). Registration is open: https://aka.ms/MSLists/workshop #AddToCalendar "Go further with Microsoft Lists" See how Lists evolve from SharePoint lists to empower individuals and teams to create, share and track … Continue reading Want to learn more about Microsoft Lists?
As posted in my earlier post "SharePoint 2010 workflow retirement", this is a reminder! As communicated in MC217999 (July '20), with the continued investment in Power Automate as the universal solution to workflow, Microsoft is retiring SharePoint 2010 workflows. NEW:A retirement announcement banner has been introduced on multiple workflow pages: "Starting November 1, 2020 6:00:00 … Continue reading Reminder: SharePoint 2010 Workflows retirement
A few days ago, Mark Kashman - Microsoft published a great post here about the various migration tools and services from Micrsofot and 3rd party migration partners along with a infographic poster This is collectively the broadest set of offerings to assist your migration into Microsoft 365 – from assessment, to planning and onboarding. Migration Manager – … Continue reading Migrate your content into Microsoft 365
SharePoint 2010 workflows will be retired starting August 2020. To mitigate the impact for customers using SharePoint 2010 workflows, we recommend migrating to Power Automate or other supported solutions. SharePoint 2013 workflows will be retired in the future as well. We currently do not have a timeline when this will occur.
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In mid december 2019, a message center Notification turned up in the tenant admin portal, telling you the "Retirement of SharePoint classic and Delve blogs".See Message Center ID: MC197403 The SharePoint classic blogs and Delve blogs are being retired. Existing SharePoint classic blogs will continue to work as expected, including the ability to create new … Continue reading SharePoint classic blogs are being retired
Ignite 2019 has been running last week (Nov. 4 - 8) and it's again full of incredible and awesome announcement across all services. Although Azure is these days in prominent focus, we still have lots of goodies from the SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business side of the house 😉 There is a lot to … Continue reading Ignite 2019: first few announcements about SharePoint and OneDrive
On Oct 21, 2019 , Jeff Teper - CVP Office, SharePoint and OneDrive announced the acquisition of Mover.io, a leading cloud migration provider with admin-led and self-service offerings. See more here: Microsoft acquires Mover to simplify and speed file migration to Microsoft 365 With the addition of Mover.io to the Microsoft 365 family, Microsoft will complement the work … Continue reading Microsoft acquires Mover to simplify and speed file migration to Microsoft 365
Photo by Dustin Tray on Pexels.com This Month we are only one year away before SharePoint Server 2010 reaches end of extended support. Since many enterprise customer are facing any migration as a very huge and complex project, it is NOW the time to start planning an upgrade or migration to the latest version of … Continue reading End of Support for SharePoint 2010
Summary The upcoming Beta release of the Google Chrome browser (build 78 released on 9/19/2019) will feature a breaking change in how cookies are handled that will severely impact many open standards based applications and services, including Microsoft cloud services, resulting in users being unable to sign-in to services and user sessions being left active … Continue reading Google Chrome Beta version 78 causes users being unable to sign-in
NEW Message Center Announcement on your Tennant Admin pages!!MC191153, Plan For Change, Published date: Sep 20, 2019View this message in the Office 365 message center Beginning October 13, 2020, we will retire Basic Authentication for EWS, EAS, IMAP, POP and RPS to access Exchange Online. Note: this change does not impact SMTP AUTH. … Continue reading Basic Authentication Retirement for legacy protocols in Exchange Online
You may probably remember the earlier version of the Page Diagnostics tool for SharePoint Online. it was about how you can use the Page Diagnostic tool to analyze your classic publishing pages and pages on classic team sites, against a subset of recommended practices in SharePoint Online. There is now a fresh release of the … Continue reading Page Diagnostics tool for SharePoint Online Version 2
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A quick update to my previous post regarding February 2017 SharePoint Updates: SharePoint 2010: No updates this month SharePoint 2013: we currently recommend to wait for the march 2017 updates instead of installing the single patches from February release if you have an urgent requirement for any one of the fixes contained within the … Continue reading February 2017 CU for SharePoint released
This month, it was discovered a last minute issue that could impact some customers and was not resolved in time for the planned updates as usual. After considering all options, it was made the decision to delay this month’s updates. The next update cadence is the planned March Update Tuesday, March 14, 2017. as … Continue reading February 2017 Patch Day delayed
Here is a summary of some news, Announcements and other interesting stuff, send out "randomly" December 2016 flash Supportability Office 2007 End of Support remainder:Starting October 10th 2017 "Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007" (aka MOSS 2007) will enter final end of support!That means, after this date there is no more support for this product and … Continue reading Random News Flash December 2016
Hello all, first of all: SORRY! Aside of changing my role on July 2016 within Microsoft, I was heavy loaded the last few month with loads of stuff, became father again with a cute tiny daughter just recently and hence weren't able to maintain my blog properly the passed weeks. So please apologize for my … Continue reading It’s been a while ago…
SharePoint Server 2016 updates Build Number: 16.0.4393.1000 KB 3115181 – SharePoint Server CU (global*) KB 3115184 – SharePoint Server CU (localized/language dependent*) After installing the CU, we still need to run the SharePoint 2016 Products Configuration Wizard. If you want to use the command line with psconfig.exe please read first “Why I prefer PSCONFIGUI.EXE over … Continue reading SharePoint 2016 June CU
This Month CU has been released with a full server packages, a.k.a. “Uber Packages” This CU contains all previous CU’s (and security fixes) since last published Service Pack but does not contain the Service Pack itself! NOTE! All Updates for SharePoint 2013 requires SharePoint Server 2013 SP1 as mandatory baseline for all following CU’s! If … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 June CU
Mandatory: Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) must be installed before you can apply this update and if installed Language Packs exists, all its respective Service Packs up to latest too! Technical details about the SharePoint 2010 and Office Server 2010 SP2 releases (KB 2687524) -> Download for the SP2 changes list -> … Continue reading SharePoint 2010 June CU
This is the second CU for the new SharePoint 2016 Server! SharePoint Server 2016 updates Build Number: 16.0.4378.1000 KB 3115088 – SharePoint Server CU (global) KB 2920690 – SharePoint Server CU (localized/language specific) After installing the CU, we still need to run the SharePoint 2016 Products Configuration Wizard. If you want to use … Continue reading May 2016 CU for SharePoint 2016
This Month CU has been released with a full server packages, a.k.a. “Uber Packages” This CU contains all previous CU’s (and security fixes) since last published Service Pack but does not contain the Service Pack itself! NOTE! All Updates for SharePoint 2013 requires SharePoint Server 2013 SP1 as mandatory baseline for all following CU’s! … Continue reading May 2016 CU for SharePoint 2013
Note! Since July 2014, the release cycle is now every month! Any CU’s published later than June 2013 are Post SP2 updates! To install this hotfix package, you must have Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) installed and if installed Language Packs exists, all its respective Service Packs up to latest too! Technical … Continue reading May 2016 CU for SharePoint 2010
This is the first CU for the new SharePoint 2016 Server! see here the KB 2920721 – SharePoint Server 2016 April 2016 CU After installing the CU, we still need to run the SharePoint 2016 Products Configuration Wizard. If you want to use the commandline with psconfig.exe please read first "Why I prefer PSCONFIGUI.EXE over … Continue reading April 2016 CU for SharePoint Server 2016!