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Office 365 is a group of software plus services subscriptions that provides productivity software and related services to its subscribers. Office 365 allows the use of Microsoft Office apps on Windows and OS X, provides storage space on Microsoft's cloud storage service OneDrive, and grants 60 Skype minutes per month. Office 365 includes e-mail and social networking services through hosted versions of Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server, SharePoint and Office Online, integration with Yammer, as well as access to the Office software. All of Office 365's components can be managed and configured through an online portal; users can be added manually, imported from a CSV file, or Office 365 can be set up for single sign-on with a local Active Directory using Active Directory Federation Services.

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We have more than 1.5L users, and I want to get the list of all licensed o365 users in our tenant (more than 1,50,000), how can I get it without error?
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Hi,

My adcon server  for o365 sits internal to my network. we have an ASA firewall. We are about to merge tenants. I need my adcon server to be able to communicate with another AD domain in another network in order to pull in their objects to o365. What rules do i require and what do they need to open up. Is all that is required for me to be able to make a port 389 connection to 1 of their DCs ? how would they also go about this - would they need to open 389 - do a NAT from a public IP port 389 to their internal Domain controller? Thanks
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Hello Experts,
Is there a way to customize the main page on portal.office.com for all users?

Please see attached. We just want to show services that we'll be enabling for users (not including yammer for example). Thoughts?
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I’m admin to a bunch of office 365 accounts for different clients.  is there another admin console that can help me manage all these admin portals from different clients?
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I am trying to see if I can get rid of our on prem AD server.  We have a subscription for Azure active directory P1.  It seems like I can connect everybody in the organization to that active directory and then set policies from the portal. For our file server I can simply use SharePoint. Is there any reason I would need to keep an on prem server since I’m not really using it for more than that.  I am using it as a  DHCP server and DNS server. But I can simply have our sonic wall do all that.
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We have Office 365 and are looking to capatiiise on its Sharepoint features.  We want to create a SharePoint front-end to our helpdesk system to prompt users for all necessary fields to enter a request from what we call our IT Service Catalog.  

The IT Service Catalog is a list of standard services IT provides which require a standard set of data for IT to satisfy the request.  Each service would be associated with a form prompting the user for the details.  

We see a it working as follows:

1) User navigates to page offering a link or drop down for each IT service (ex. "Add new SalesPerson to ERP", "Resore file from backup", etc)
2) User selects desired service (ex "Add new SalesPerson to ERP")
3) User is prompted with form with mandatory fields.  Some fields will be shared lists (ex Departments, etc) that we maintain and can share between the forms.
4) User provded data is validated (are all fields provided?  If an Excel file is needed has it be provided?)
5) An email is generated submitting all data to our helpdesk system

How can this be acheived using the version of Sharepoint we have?
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we are implementing ADFS 2016 windows server in our environment.

we have on premise AD and user accounts are synced through AAD sync to azure AD.

we have no on premise exchange server, we have ADFS , aad server

as my organization is federated, how do i implement MFA for windows 2016  servers also do i need implement conditional access in azure AD at same time

do all the clients need to be using outlook 2013 and above
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We have on premise active directory ; ADFS and AAD connect server and users accounts are synced through AAD sync to azure AD and our mailbox are in 365

We don’t have on premise exchange  also we have azure p1 premium license

We have certain on premise file servers where we want to label and protect our document.

Is there any article which shows steps how to implement AIP  to protect and classify our existing documents like labeling,basically they are on windows servers

We have Enterprise E3 license for office 365

Basically looking how to configure file server for classification
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I have an organization that is looking to keep all their files in the cloud on all their computers.  The one thing that is unusual is that they want all the desktops and documents to be shared with each other so there really is no need to keep anything private within the organization but completely collaborative.  (Its only 4 computers)  So I figured that maybe there would be four folders in a cloud share named Computer1, Computer2,Computer3,Computer4.   Then within each of those folders there will be a desktop and documents folder.  Locally on each machine I would make the location for desktop and documents to its corresponding cloud folder.  Then everyone can see each others information from their cloud drive.  This is exactly what OneDrive does already, however, they want everything on the computers to be collaborative.  

The question I have is what's the best approach?  They currently have both G Suite and Office 365.  Should I setup the file structure that I just mentioned in G drive and then call it a day?  Is this possible to accomplish through SharePoint?  Is there one advantage over the other or is there a problem with this setup?

Thanks!
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Hi,

A SPF record is used to authorize specific servers to send an email on behalf a specifc domain.

But which "FROM" exactly the SPF check?

Because in header a spammer can set for example:

smtp.mailfrom = maliciousDomain.com

and

from = mydomain.com

Because of that it will pass the SPF validation.
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I have  access o365
I have a really weird problem.

When i put a form in design mode.
The cursor keeps spinning for several seconds.
Quits
and then spins again.
it repeats about five times.

Then when i try to click on any part of the form.
It starts all over again ?


Any suggestions
fordraiders
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Hello

A colleague has asked that we investigate exclaimer product for signatures (i ;looked at this c10 years ago) during the time of our mail migration from messagelabs to mimecast, of which the later was used for signatures (stationary) but wasnt very flexible. 

The resulting situation is to use manual sigs still in outlook, EAS etc - a PITA.  So while im confident exclaimer is one good product, are there any others out there?  

All mailboxes are in o365, we use EAS (managed MDM) and outlook, along with mimecast. 
Will need multiple signature templates i believe in a standard corporate format (lots of juicy logos).

Thanks
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access o365
subform not displaying all records in a passthrough query ?

i have a subform that has the recordsource set to a pass through query.
when i execute the passthrough query the subform is only displaying 50 records ?
subform is set to continous form.

sql server shows the dataset containing 24,000 records.


Thanks
fordraiders


never ran across this before ?
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In AIP, I am setting up labels such as Public, Internal Only and Confidential.  I notice on the Outlook Web app that there is something that says "Do Not Forward."  That apparently applies to whomever I type as sender in the field and does not allow them to forward, copy or print.  That would seem to be the strongest level of protection there is.  So when I am putting the Confidential label together, wouldn't that essentially be the same as Do Not Forward?  It seems like that is already setup in the Outlook web app as Do Not Forward.

I hope I makes sense here.  Could someone give me some clarity on what a label listed as Confidential might typically accomplish that would be any different from Do Not Forward.
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I am trying to help a friend who has a computer running Windows 10.  He can log into Windows 10 but he has forgotten the password to Office 365.

I have searched Experts-Exchange and cannot find a suitable answer.  
I know nothing about Windows 10 or Office 365.  (I use Windows 7 pro)

The only relevant link I can find is this one:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026971/microsoft-account-how-to-reset-your-password

The instructions in the above link discuss how to reset the Microsoft account password.  Is this what must be done?  It’s very confusing.

How does one reset the Office 365 password?
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I am running the local install of Office 365 (32 bit).  I have my reading pane on to the right.  Also, to the right of the reading pane I have options (such as the trash bin (to delete), respond, mark as read, etc.)  I am not sure how those shortcuts got setup to the right of my reading pane and I would like to remove those shortcuts but not sure how to do so.   Also, in the reading pane I cannot always see the full message - I have scroll bars to allow me to scroll up and down even though there is enough blank space to see the full message.  Any help to resolve these issues would be appreciated.  Thank you.
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Hello,

I want to create a dynamic distribution group which uses a rule to "import" mailuser that has the Usagelocation attribute of "US".  

I do not see Usagelocation when I click the rule drop down.  Please see attached, and advise if there is a way.  

Many thanks.
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Hi

Im testing veeam backup for o365 and have jobs set to run tonight to save locally to repository c:\ on the veeam VM in azure.  Its backing up share point and exchange.

Ive followed lots of: https://www.veeam.com/veeam_backup_microsoft_office_365_3_0_user_guide_pg.pdf?ad=azure-o365 but need guidance to  whats the best practice for backup repositories?  i.e. storage account in azure or VM or virtual NAS/SAN..?

Suggestions?

Thanks
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Hi!
We have an Office365 E3 license.  I have a user that is leaving on Monday and has a lot of files and shared folders on OneDrive that she created.  How can these be given a different ownership?  Can they?
Thanks in advance for your help!
Lisa
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In Office 365, is it possible to create an alias that has a calendar associated with it?   For example, I want people to email my second alias and be able to setup appointments on that second calendar.  Let me know if that's possible if anyone knows.
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Hello all,

from where can I know how many Powershell shell can I open for my tenant concurrently and what is the throttling limit for my tenant?
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New O365 users - or merge users from company takeover by merging tenants into 1

hi ok situation is   IT manager wants to just treat as new-users in our AD and in our tenant O365

This sounds well and good - but we are not sure about the wisdom of this. We are uncertain around keeping their systems running (have to for at least 12 months) but eventually the old o365 tenancy just deleted under his plan after their domains put in ours. It doesn't seem logical to me - he is prepared to pay the lic for both tenancies for 12 months only 100 users. - im concerned about his approach of just new users - my take is for using third party product to merge their objects + exchange online into our 1 tenancy. I cant quite articulate why. can someone help please?  he seems to think we don't need to merge tenancies - can i get a list of reasons why we should merge rather than maintain 2 tenancies - i for-see technical problems. im uncertain of how this can work properly when the 100 staff come to work in our building - and their is some consideration of keeping their many other systems running by them rdping to their rds server. - thanks so for vague information - allot of unknowns. im just feeling that its best practice to get the merge of tenancies done without trying to maintain 2 - cheers  both orgs use exchange online + adcon
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I was recently onboarded into the Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus subscription and I now have an initial tenant set up named mycompany.onmicrosoft.com.  I have a local AD named ad.mycompany.com that was set up years ago and was never publicly registered.  As a matter of fact, someone is squatting on it so I can’t do anything with it publicly anyway.

I have over 100 users so I was hoping to be able to populate my Users in Office 365 by using the Azure AD Connect tool, thus allowing me to import users from my local AD and create user accounts for them.  My goal was to make it as easy as possible to authenticate with Microsoft Office 365 the first time they launch it.  I had hoped for a seamless way to have it pass their AD credentials to Azure but it doesn’t seem like I can do that since there is no way for me to add a new domain matching my AD name since it can’t be verified (it isn’t registered publicly and is squatted).
Office 365 is installed entirely on our test machines in a VDI pool.  I have been able to launch it using my manually created

Do I have any way to make this easy or will I just need to have each user know that when they log into Office 365 for the first time they will have to just put username@mycompany.onmicrosoft.com and a default password? I had hope that they’d be able to use username@ad.mycompany.com and their current AD password but it doesn’t seem possible given my limitation.  I keep thinking there should be an easier way but I am not seeing it.
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Hi,


Is O365 is possible to get for example, a mail tracking report automatically for all emails sent to IT@MyDomain.com and send it to a specific user?

Thanks
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Office 365

9K

Solutions

5K

Contributors

Office 365 is a group of software plus services subscriptions that provides productivity software and related services to its subscribers. Office 365 allows the use of Microsoft Office apps on Windows and OS X, provides storage space on Microsoft's cloud storage service OneDrive, and grants 60 Skype minutes per month. Office 365 includes e-mail and social networking services through hosted versions of Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server, SharePoint and Office Online, integration with Yammer, as well as access to the Office software. All of Office 365's components can be managed and configured through an online portal; users can be added manually, imported from a CSV file, or Office 365 can be set up for single sign-on with a local Active Directory using Active Directory Federation Services.