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Forelesning med Zoom bot i Teams og Stream

Nå kan du enkelt bruke Zoom inne i Teams rett fra nettleseren for å spille inn forelesningen og lagre den tilbake inn i Teams.

Slik kan det se ut:

Her har jeg laget et eget team for faget og en egen kanal for forelesninger. Alle i teamet kan bli med i dagens forelesning ved å gå til denne kanalen
Foreleser kan starte forelesningen i denne kanalen ved å kalle på Zoom botten. Alt rett fra nettleseren
Etter møtet så tar du innspillingen i Zoom og laster opp i Stream
Her har jeg laget en egen fane i forelesningskanalen som viser en Stream kanal med fagkoden SF-203

Sjekk ut hele videoen her:

Switch Directory/Tenant for Azure subscription

Do you have Azure subscription for your organization and decided that you would like to test something out, but you do not want to mess or include users from your current Azure AD?

Well simply switch the user directory. This is perfect if you have a test Office 365 tenant or a testing environment and would like to test azure features with that directory.

Here is how:

  1. Create a new subscription in Azure portal
  2. Give that subscription to the user in your environment that is responsible for the subscription by adding him as an owner
  3. That user logs on to azure portal and navigates to Subscriptions
  4. Click on the subscription and select Change Directory / Bytt Katalog
  5. Select your new user catalog
  6. Log out and log in to the other directory (or click your profile image and click change directory
  7. Under Subscriptions you should see it.

Images below for visual aid:

This simple guide was created from here:

How to copy or move a OneNote to Onedrive

If you have a OneNote notebook on your harddrive or on a shared drive like H: or L: etc. it is easy to move it to your OneDrive or OneDrive for Business. This guide will not work in the OneNote App. Use OneNote 2016 to move your notebook then use the app to open it.

Here is what you must do.

  1. Open OneNote 2016 or OneNote 2013 and ensure that you are logged in with your OneDrive account where you would like to store the notebook

2. Open your Notebooks by going to File and find your notebook.

If your Notebook is on your harddrive you will see the “Share on Web” button. If you do not see this button click the “Settings” on the notebook and select “properties” Jump to point 4 if this is the case.

3. If you saw the share button simply click it and select the location and click “Move Notebook”. You are done and you may now use the OneNote App and open the notebook from that location you selected. Remember to log in on your app with the same account.

And you are done

4. If you do not see that “Share” button, click the notebook and click properties

5. Click change location and save it temporarly to your harddrive (or onedrive, if you have synced it)

6. Now you may go back to Step 3 and move the notebook to Onedrive.

How to get complete Microsoft Teams Chat and channel history with eDiscovery

Did someone say something? or Do you just need to document what has been said for later?

Here is how you can use eDiscovery to get chat and channel history. In this guide I use the two following scenarios:

1. I need to find a chat with one certain keyword

2. I need to find all chats with a certain user or between certain users.

Here is what it looks like:

Search result from a private chat
search result from a channel

Here is what you need to do:

1. Get an admin to grant you an eDiscovery Role. You need this in order to view or pull reports. Have a conversation with your organization about having a manager or a reader role. There are plenty of roles to choose from but you MUST have a reviewer role to see the preview-results

How to set eDiscovery Manager premissions
Select the user and remember to click Save.

2. Now it is time to create an eDiscovery Search. Logon with our user that has the new rights (remember, even a global admin needs to be assigned this right. is where you log in. Then click “Search” and “Content Search”

Here is what the new search experience look like. You may switch back to the old one if you want to, black circle.

3. It is time to create some conditions in order to scope the search. I have images of two conditions below. One where I lookup a keyword and one where I lookup an user or external user. Remember, dont click save just yet. Jump to point 4 first below these images.

Here it will look for the keyword “Kommune”
Here it will look for a specific users interaction on your tenant

4. Now you may modify where to look in order to minimize the time it takes to run the eDiscovery query. Click on Modify and in this scenario I want the first option only for Microsoft Teams. Check the first slider and click save.

The search can also be scoped to users and groups or even teams inside this location picker.

5. While you run eDiscovery, your administrator will be notified by email. It looks like this:

eDiscovery has been executed by me.

6. I prefer the old eDiscovery preview so I will switch to the old panel in order to browse the results. Then select your search, if you do not see it just click refresh. Now on the right side click “Preview Search results” if your query is large it might take some time for the preview to be avaliable.

Time to get your results
This result will get the latest instance when I used the word “Kommune”

7. If you need an element simply click “Get Original item” and your chat string will be downloaded to you as a *.eml

That is it. Simple but with some clicking.

Benchmark for KingSpec 512gb mSATA SSD

After a while, the Wave 256gb mSATA chip started to fail and “drop” from Windows. Just decided that it might be time to replace the drive. On Banggood I found this item: Kingspec 512gb mSATA and it was priced affordably.

They deliver sizes up to 1TB and I now realize I should have bought the 1TB drive. Aw, to bad.

So how does it compare to the old Wave 256 GB and a Retail SanDisk mSATA SSD?

Answer: Quite Well! A bit better than the Wave 256 but way better than SanDisk. Check it out yourself:

Kingspec 512 mSATA SSD

SanDisk 512 GB mSATA SSD
Wave 256 GB mSATA SSD

Protect and Encrypt SPSS files with Azure Information Protection

Download the Azure Information Protection Client (Rights Management Service) client here: You can also get a distribution package in *.msi format.
Note that there is a separate viewer file which you can use in order to open protected files on a mac, pc or mobile phone.

  1. Install it (you will get a UAC promt).
  2. Find the SPSS file
  3. Right Click it and select “Classify and Protect”
  4. Login with your Azure AD account
  5. Select your label (you may add specific people and and expiration date)
  6. Click “Use”
  7. Now it is protected by your user personally and you may track the document.

To remove the protection, simply double click it and it will run and check your credentials. If approved SPSS will run 🙂

Dual Content Streams in Teams Live Event

If you have Microsoft Teams and the proper licenses you may initiate a Teams Live Meeting. The technology behind it is described there:

In all simplicity, you want to stream a presentation to very many participants on a multitude of devices. Anyone can join from wherever.

Here is how you have a synchronized dual view of both a video stream and content stream during your live event.

First start a meeting:

Remember to select Teams Live Event
This part enables recording in Microsoft Stream
Rememer to Turn on your camera here or on the next screen
Select Dual Screen
To add more than video click the share button
Now press “Send Live” and click “Start” Recording starts automatically
This is what your participants can see
Recording starts automatically

Create a new Azure AD directory in the same tenant

In your Azure/Office 365 tenant you may have several separate directories. You may also have custom domains but they will initially belong to a specific Azure AD.

An Azure AD directory is identified by the *

Here is how you create multiple Azure AD directories in the same tenant:

  1. Navigate to Azure AD Blade
  2. Click Create new directory
  3. Fill in information and select the correct country
  4. Click create and wait a bit
  5. Then click to manage your new directory
  6. Add custom domains if you need or just sync your new domain with dirsync

You may now add users or set up a separate domain sync. Or even custom domains.

This user catalog is separate and users need to be invited or added. Only one user will be present and that is the admin user that you were logged on with.

Hide Azure Active Directory from users

If any user in your organization decides to use Microsoft Azure, he/she can by default log in at and view the entire AAD catalog with object details. Within their own subscription the user can add a credit card andcspin up resources. The user can also invite users from the corporate catalog. Resources will be billed directly to the user’s credit card if not a subscription from the corporate enrollment has beenggranted.

In order to hide the Azure AD catalog for your organization you may do the following:

You have now hidden your Azure Active Directory from all non-admin users when accessing the AAD blade in the azure portal.

Next you may want to review the guest invitation permissions so users can not invite external users into your organization.

Review the settings here. Don’t be too strict.

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