Troubleshoot Office 365 SCOM MP Run As account

Run As Account The Office 365 Run As account is used for Proxy access for an HTTPS connection from SCOM MS to Office 365 portal endpoint. Must be a domain account, not an Azure account (particularly if they ‘re not the same tenant or AAD associated Service Accounts are recommended to prevent impact should an…


Create a new subscription in SCOM to use the auto credentials option

NOTE New subscription may take 5-10 minutes to populate health data From SCOM console Click on Administration Click on the Office 365 wizard Click Add Subscription   Add Subscription Name Click Next SCOM UI will prompt for Azure login Enter ID and password Click Sign in to authenticate   Click on Monitoring Tab Click on…


Verify SCOM ID used in O365 Subscription in Azure Portal

Verify SCOM ID used in O365 Subscription in Azure Portal In Azure Portal Verify the Application exists ( Azure tenant shows as SCOM O365MP ) NOTE In the right hand pane the Office 365 Management API’s has Application Permissions, and cannot be selected Click Back to the Settings window Click on Owners NOTE NO owners show in this…


Office 365 subscription not monitored in SCOM

Yes this can leave you stumped, and wondering “why?”   This can be many parts, so choose carefully Verify SCOM ID used in O365 Subscription in Azure Portal Create a new subscription in SCOM to use the auto credentials option Troubleshoot Office 365 SCOM MP Run As account Verify O365 Subscription state in SCOM Console…


Troubleshooting Office 365 ProPlus patching through System Center Configuration Manager

  Hello, Dave Guenthner back again with a discussion about Office 365 ProPlus. In February of 2016 I wrote a blog entry about how enterprise customers can servicepatch Office 365 ProPlus with System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) I’ve spoken to many customers about this feature but only recently have customers upgraded from ConfigMgr 2007 and…

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(Cloud) Tip of the Day: Use PowerShell to check domain availability for Office 365 and Azure

Today’s Tip… To extend a previous tip on checking domain availability even further, one could use the following PowerShell function to check the domain name availability:   function Test-DomainAvailability {       param(              [Parameter(mandatory=$true)]              [string]$DomainName        )        $descriptions = @{               Unknown   = ‘Domain does not exist in Office 365/Azure AD’               Managed  …

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(Cloud) Tip of the Day: How to sync preferred language for Office 365 portal

Today’s Tip… You can set the language for the Office 365 portal for each user when using identity synchronization. Well now this can be controlled by an Administrator and he can make sure that all users get MOP site in their preferred language without the end user having to change language option in this browser….


Top Ten Issues with Active Directory Trusts and Corporate Mergers

Hey Everyone. Randy, Premier Field Engineer, here to discuss some lessons learned from working with a recent merger between two corporations. I don’t have enough time or space to go into the details of this major endeavor, so I am going to talk about this experience with a “Top Ten Countdown” style BLOG POST. I’m…

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Understanding Office365 Security Capabilities

So you want to learn more about the security capabilities and the Secure Productive Enterprise offering in Office 365? You’ve come to the right place! Below is a list of resources that will provide you with a good foundational knowledge of the various advanced security workloads in Office365. Stay tuned as I will update this list…