Office 365 for IT Pros 4th Edition – Change Log


Office 365 for IT Pros, 4th Edition, was published on 1 June 2017. This page records all the changes made to the content in updates released since. Copies of the book are available in EPUB/PDF format at practical365.com or Kindle at Amazon.com and local subsidiaries.

The current version of the book is dated 23 June 2017.

Chronological updates

Date Chapter Change
23 June 2 Updated text to emphasize the need for good internal networks when moving to Office 365.
23 June 3 Microsoft Stream is now GA.
23 June 12 Inclusion of content on SharePoint Hybrid and changes in the Hybrid Configuration Wizard.
23 June 13 Updated coverage of AAD Connect features and functionality.
23 June 14 People can use the Follow in Inbox slider in the group card to decide whether to become a subscriber to a group. Microsoft Stream can create new groups to control access to video content.
23 June 15 If the same address exists for Office 365 and Microsoft consumer services, you cannot use it for a guest user.
23 June 16 Mention that you can drag and drop teams to rearrange their order within the list shown in the client.
23 June 18 Applying labels in SPO and OD4B sites logs the ComplianceSettingChanged audit record. Also, clarification about using labels with SPO.
23 June 19 How to speed up downloads of exported data found in content searches.
23 June 20 The search for user option in the Security and Compliance Center shows their compliance status and recent audit records.
16 June 3 Discussion about using the Request-SPOPersonalSite cmdlet to force creation of OneDrive sites for users.
16 June 4 Updated AD FS information for Windows server 2016 and information on Conditional Access,
16 June 7 Clarification that Office 365 E5 licenses are needed to filter PST data ingested by the Import Service.
16 June 11 Updated section on DBEB due to recent Azure AD Connect changes. Added information about advanced mail flow scenarios.
16 June 14 Recommendation not to create Office 365 Groups through the Azure Portal (and explanation why). Clarification if what happens when an item is deleted in a group subject to a retention hold.
16 June 18 Introduction of LAPFID allows OWA to recover deleted items to the original folder.
16 June 19 Several minor additions and updates about content searches. Added note that eDiscovery activities are recorded in the Office 365 audit log.
9 June 1 Availability of Microsoft guides to help customers move from G Suite to Office 365.
9 June 3 Reminder to select the setting to force usage of the new sync client for OneDrive in the SharePoint Admin Center.
9 June 15 Clarification about blocking the creation of connectors for Office 365 Groups (a knock-on change also made in Chapter 16).
9 June 16 Updated coverage on Teams and compliance.
9 June 18 Clarification about the retention action applied by Office 365 retention policies to Exchange mailboxes.
9 June 19 Added description of how to perform a content search against a specific mailbox folder or site folder (targeted collection).
9 June 20 Expanded section on Alert Policies (require E5 licenses). Addition of note on reporting cmdlets that Microsoft will deprecate in October 2017. Also, included note about how to integrate third-party SIEM servers with Office 365 Advanced Security Management.
9 June 21 Clarify the time expected for DLP policies to be published and effective within workloads.

 

 

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About Tony Redmond ("Thoughts of an Idle Mind")

Exchange MVP, author, and rugby referee
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