Tag Archives: Office 365

Transparent BOT authentication with Microsoft Teams

Hi, At the time of writing this blog post, the BOT framework is still in preview so things are subject to change! However, if you already played with it and tried to enable the Teams Channel for one of your BOTs, you’ll … Continue reading

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Walkthrough : Capturing SharePoint Online specific events via the Office 365 Management API

Hi, Although the Microsoft documentation on this topic is already quite good, I think that it might sound a bit rude to people who aren’t familiar with Azure AD Authentication and Office 365 APIs in general, especially because that API … Continue reading

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Trick to SSO an on-prem page with Office 365 and ADFS

Hi, As you might have noticed, if your company has a 365 environment, you’re unlikely having an SSO with it. Most of the times, when you enter the URL of your SharePoint Online landing page, say : https://contoso.sharepoint.com/, you are … Continue reading

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Extend your Corporate Intranet with Office 365’s Video Portal : return of experience

Hi, I’ve recently been involved in a project whose the purpose was to extend the Corporate Intranet with the Video Portal of Office 365. While the 365 UI sounds the natural location to upload/edit videos, it might not be the … Continue reading

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Making your on-premise Corporate Intranet social with Yammer

Hi, I’ve recently been involved in a project whose the purpose was to extend the Corporate Intranet with the social capabilities of Yammer. No matter what you do, you have different options when it comes to integrate with Yammer. Here … Continue reading

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Azure Application Permissions vs SharePoint Add-In permissions, the obvious that’s not so obvious

Hi, I don’t know if you’ve ever played with Azure Active Directory Application permissions to consume SharePoint Online but you should know that the major advantage they offer compared to Add-Ins is that you can grant Azure Applications access to … Continue reading

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Create a federated Office 365 lab with Azure and AD Connect in exactly 10 steps (or a little more…)!

Hi, Azure AD Connect was recently released by Microsoft to help federating on-premises environments with Office 365. I have tested it and created my own lab (now working fine). I have identified exactly 10 steps to build such environment. I’m … Continue reading

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