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I’ve done a couple of articles already on Web Application Proxy (WAP) with SharePoint, and figured it was time to update the series now Windows Server 2016 has improved on it. Here’s how to set-up SharePoint 2016 with Windows Server Web Application Proxy 2016, up, high-level.
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When Microsoft Teams was announced at the beginning of November 2016, I posted an article that attempted to explain the different social networking products available from Microsoft and the advantages/disadvantages of each. Since then, it has become apparent to me that there continues to be a lack of understanding about what Groups are, what they bring to the table, and where they fall short. This post is an attempt to help clear up some of that confusion.
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Recently I wanted to create a SharePoint 2016 lab environment. With Excel Services moving out of the SharePoint 2016 product, we now need to plan for an instance of OOS. Below are the steps I followed and screenshots of the process.
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The shift from Microsoft’s proprietary framework to the open source SharePoint Framework will require learning and adopting of new technologies on the part of developers. Luckily, what knowledge the developer has gained will still be useful since the new API will not replace any of the existing models. In my previous installment SharePoint Framework: The Nuts and Bolts, an overview of what SharePoint Framework consists of and how it works was explained. In this installment, the focus is on how to prepare for the release of SharePoint Framework
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The user photo story in Office 365 is not so straight forward. Photos are stored in Active Directory (AD) on-premises, Azure Active Directory (AAD), Exchange Online (EXO), SharePoint Online (SPO), and at first appearances possibly elsewhere as well (where does my Delve profile picture live, what about my Skype for Business (SfB) avatar?).
I have put together a flow diagram to represent how this actually works. It aims to demonstrate where user photos are stored and where different applications fetch user photos from (if they don’t store the images), and leads to some recommendations about user photo synchronisation.
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We’ve been schooled on customizing our Office 365 sites too much and I’ve seen it clarified a couple of times recently that you should avoid modifying your Master Page. So what can you do? Here are 5 ways you can build brand and look and feel without modifying the master page.