Earlier in September 2016, Microsoft released the preview version of Office 365 Public CDN. Microsoft has also announced a preview of its Office 365 Private CDN with a new “Publising Feature Auto-Rewrite Integration” capability.
Companies can use Office 365 Public or Private CDNs to enhance the latency and performance of their applications by uploading JS files, CSS files and images on CDN.
General availability of Office 365 CDN
How to sync or connect Local Active Directory with Azure Active Directory (Office 365)
Follow this link having all details of Azure AD Connect : Azure AD Connect
4 points which I want to highlight are as follows:-
- Will the accounts which are disabled in local AD be synced to Office 365 ?
Ans – Yes, the accounts which are disabled in the local AD will be synced to Office 365, however they will be in blocked state which means they will not be able to login in any O365 applications, unless they are enabled.
- How to merge two same accounts which are their on local AD as well as in Office 365?
Ans – To merge the accounts, you need to update the “proxyaddress” attribute in Local Active Directory with the email address of the user which is available in Azure AD (Office 365). For updating the proxyaddress attribute, go to user properties and click on “Attribute Editor”. Follow the below convention to set the value:-
E.g. – SMTP:email@example.com
- Is there a control panel of some type that allows us to force a synchronization of accounts and passwords, or is it set to a schedule?
Ans – The software Azure AD Connect, will automatically schedule itself for every 30 mins of sync.
- Before we perform the live account sync, which password (on-premise or Azure) will take precedence?
Ans – On Premise password will take precedence.
Hope this blogs helps many 🙂
I was working in the SharePoint 2013 OOTB “Task List” and developed a custom visual web-part for the “Newform.aspx” and “EditForm.aspx” , having all the control as present in the OOTB forms. (You must be thinking that why I developed custom forms, however this question is out-of-context for this blog). Since I was the site collection administrator, I never faced any issues while adding new items or editing the existing ones.
However, users who are having the “Full Control” or “Contribute” permissions at the task list level , reported that they are facing the following issue which says that they do not have permissions to add new items. On the first thought, it seemed to me a permission issue but I found that if I click on new item from my machine, they were able to open the form from their machines and can add new items in the task list ….Strange enough !!
Error message – “You don’t have Add and Customize Pages permissions required to perform this action”
Web part error
1. Add a new permission level which only includes “Add and Customize Pages” permission, and then create a new SharePoint group with this permission level.
2. Add the users into the SharePoint group and these users will get the “Add and Customize Pages” permission from the site level (site permission).
If above solution does not work in your system, then give “Full Control” permission to the users at the Site Level.
Hope this blog helps many 🙂