An Overview of Files in Microsoft Teams

Here’s a video that will give you a quick overview of how files work with Microsoft Teams. You’ll see how they are backed by SharePoint. You’ll see the structure they living in and the different methods you can use to upload into Microsoft Teams as well as create new independent file locations linked back to your Team with different permissions and configurations.

A direct link to this video can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziB0H6_vRgA

What supports modern authentication in Microsoft 365

I get a lot of questions of what does and doesn’t support pure modern authentication in Microsoft 365. Pure modern authentication DOESN’T include App Passwords!

In short, you are best off with the latest version of the Microsoft software. However, here’s the list:

Office 2016

Modern authentication is already enabled for Office 2016 clients, you do not need to set registry keys for Office 2016.

Office 2013

To enable modern authentication for any devices running Windows (for example on laptops and tablets), that have Microsoft Office 2013 installed, you need to set the following registry keys. The keys have to be set on each device that you want to enable for modern authentication:

Registry key        Type        Value

HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\Identity\EnableADAL        REG_DWORD        1

HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\Identity\Version        REG_DWORD        1

iOS

In order to use the native iOS mail client, you will need to be running iOS version 11.0 or later to ensure the mail client has been updated to block legacy authentication.

Mac

One of the three most recent versions of macOS. When a new major version of macOS is released, the macOS and the previous two versions.

macOS Mail on macOS < 10.14 does not support Modern Authentication

Android

Android (Google) Mail does not support Modern Authentication

Outlook on mobile

Outlook for Mobile supports modern authentication by default

Office for iPad® and iPhone® (including Outlook for iOS on iPad® and iPhone®) requires iOS 12.0 or later. Office for iPad Pro™ requires iOS 11.0 or later Office is supported on the two most recent versions of iOS.

Office for Android can be installed on tablets and phones running any of the supported versions of Android and have an ARM-based or Intel x86 processor. Starting on July 1, 2019, support will be limited to only the last four major versions of Android.

Office for Android™ can be installed on tablets and phones that meet the following criteria: running Android KitKat 4.4 or later version and have an ARM-based or Intel x86 processor.

Compare how different mobile devices work with Office 365 – https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Compare-how-different-mobile-devices-work-with-Office-365-BDD06229-776A-4824-947C-82425D72597B

Your collaboration should be wide not deep – BRK30221

Day 2 of Microsoft Ignite the Tour Sydney gave me the opportunity to present

Your collaboration should be wide not deep

and the slides are available at:

https://www.slideshare.net/directorcia/your-collaboration-should-be-wide-not-deep

I again thank Microsoft for the opportunity to speak and for everyone who attended.

We are now all done here in Sydney for 2020.

Need to Know podcast–Episode 227

FAQ podcasts are shorter and more focused on a particular topic. In this episode I’ll talk about the recommended process for file migrations to Microsoft 365 collaboration.

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-227-wide-not-deep/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

The podcast is also available on Stitcher at:

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ciaops/need-to-know-podcast?refid=stpr

Don’t forget to give the show a rating as well as send us any feedback or suggestions you may have for the show.

Resources

FAQ 4 – Your collaboration structure should be wide not deep

CIAOPS Patron Community

Need to Know podcast–Episode 225

FAQ podcasts are shorter and more focused on a particular topic. In this episode I’ll talk about the recommended process for file migrations to Microsoft 365 collaboration.

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-225-process-for-file-migrations/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

The podcast is also available on Stitcher at:

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ciaops/need-to-know-podcast?refid=stpr

Don’t forget to give the show a rating as well as send us any feedback or suggestions you may have for the show.

Resources

Process for file migrations to Microsoft 365

Need to Know podcast–Episode 223

FAQ podcasts are shorter and more focused on a particular topic. In this episode I’ll talk about my framework for file migrations to Microsoft 365 collaboration.

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-223-file-migration-framework/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

The podcast is also available on Stitcher at:

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ciaops/need-to-know-podcast?refid=stpr

Don’t forget to give the show a rating as well as send us any feedback or suggestions you may have for the show.

Resources

A framework for file migrations to Microsoft 365

Need to Know podcast–Episode 221

I thought I’d try something different on the podcast. Of late, the podcast length has been growing simply due to the amount of content. I appreciate that this becomes harder and harder to digest all this in a single sitting. Thus, I’ve decided to try some shorter podcast episodes ,stripped back and focused on just one topic. I’m calling these episodes “FAQs”. The idea is to cover a single topic in more depth in 15 – 30 minutes.

I have a few ideas of what to cover for these FAQs but I’d love to hear from you as to what topics you’d want to hear covered in more depth. I’d also like to hear whether this is a good idea or not? If so, I’ll keep doing them. If not, then I won’t bother. So please provide me your input either on Twitter or via email (director@ciaops.com). I look forward to hearing from people.

The existing podcast episode will continue as normal but I’m interested to see whether there is demand for these deeper more focused FAQ episodes?

Take a listen and let us know what you think – feedback@needtoknow.cloud

You can listen directly to this episode at:

https://ciaops.podbean.com/e/episode-221-data-discovery-done-right/

Subscribe via iTunes at:

https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ciaops-need-to-know-podcasts/id406891445?mt=2

The podcast is also available on Stitcher at:

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ciaops/need-to-know-podcast?refid=stpr

Don’t forget to give the show a rating as well as send us any feedback or suggestions you may have for the show.

Resources

Data Discovery Done Right