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Microsoft Ignite The Tour | first stop Paris

1. November 2019 Hinterlasse einen Kommentar

Next Week many people are in Orlando for one week. Between 4th and 8th of November 2019 Microsoft has invited and many attendees flying to Florida. So in Orlando I have Two sessions.  But do you know, that Microsoft Ignite is going on Tour ? This is called Microsoft Ignite The Tour

30 cities around the world, and first stop is Paris, one week after Microsoft Ignite in Florida.

Microsoft Ignite The Tour, Paris

So I’m prod that I also speak in Paris. I have 2 OneDrive Sessions:

 

More Value: B2B Sync with OneDrive

Microsoft Ignite The Tour: More Value: B2B Sync with OneDrive

More and more companies are in the Cloud or going into the Cloud. With Office 365 and Collaboration B2B Sync (Business to Business Synchronization) Microsoft is going to move enhance such capabilities.

 

My second talk is a short Theater Session

 

The Cloud in my handbag

The Cloud in my handbag: The Cloud in my handbag

Information workers think, they always need all the data. Therefore, you see these people with large laptops during their business travel. However, the cloud and full integration of SharePoint document libraries into your small devices make it possible to work anytime, anywhere, even if access to petabytes of data is considered necessar

 

So I invite you to join my Sessions, Maybe we se us in Paris?

OneDrive | jetzt korrekte Dokumentation bei Gruppenrichtlinien

23. Oktober 2019 10 Kommentare

OneDrive Gruppenrichtlinien: Jetzt korrekte Übersetzung für lokalisierte Versionen

Manchmal dauert es etwas länger, aber irgendwann ist es dann soweit. Die deutsche Dokumentation bei den Gruppenrichtlinien zu OneDrive ist jetzt endlich korrekt.

Hier waren ursprünglich zwei Überstzungsteams von Microsoft beteiligt.

  1. Das GPO Team hat eine eigene Übersetzung der Gruppenrichtlinien vorgenommen.
  2. Das Dokumentations-Team hat die US  Namen selbst übersetzt.

Das führte dazu, dass Administratoren, die mit der deutschen, lokaliserten Version arbeiten wollen, keine Übereinstimmung vorgefunden haben. Jetzt hat sich das, nicht nur in der deutschen, sondern in allen lokaliserten Sprachversionen erledigt. Vielen Dank Microsoft.

 

Hier die Auflistung aller OneDrive Gruppenrichtlinien (23.10.19)

Synchronisierung von OneDrive-Konten nur für bestimmte Organisationen zulassen

Benutzer dürfen auswählen, wie Synchronisierungskonflikte bei Office-Dateien behandelt werden

Synchronisierung von OneDrive-Konten nur für bestimmte Organisationen sperren

Gemeinsame Dokumenterstellung und Teilen in Office-Desktop-Apps

Teamwebsitebibliotheken für die automatische Synchronisierung konfigurieren

Synchronisierung in getakteten Netzwerk fortsetzen

Synchronisierung fortsetzen, wenn Geräte den Stromsparmodus aktiviert haben

Synchronisierte Teamwebsitedateien in reine Onlinedateien konvertieren

Das Lernprogramm deaktivieren, das am Ende der OneDrive-Einrichtung angezeigt wird

Downloadgeschwindigkeit des Synchronisierungsclients auf eine feste Rate begrenzen

Uploadrate des Synchronisierungsclients auf einen Prozentsatz des Durchsatzes begrenzen

Uploadgeschwindigkeit des Synchronisierungsclients auf eine feste Rate begrenzen

Den Synchronisierungsclient am Generieren von Netzwerkdatenverkehr hindern, bis sich Benutzer anmelden

Benutzer am Ändern des Speicherorts ihres OneDrive-Ordners hindern

Benutzer am Remoteabrufen von Dateien hindern

Benutzer am Verschieben ihrer bekannten Windows-Ordner auf OneDrive hindern

Benutzer am Umleiten ihrer bekannten Windows-Ordner auf ihren PC hindern

Benutzer am Synchronisieren von Bibliotheken und Ordnern hindern, die aus anderen Organisationen geteilt wurden

Benutzer an der Synchronisierung persönlicher OneDrive-Konten hindern

Benutzer zum Verschieben bekannter Windows-Ordner auf OneDrive auffordern

Empfangen von Updates des OneDrive-Synchronisierungsclients auf dem Enterprise-Ring

Benutzer müssen umfangreiche Löschvorgänge bestätigen

Standardspeicherort des OneDrive-Ordners festlegen

Maximale Größe des OneDrive eines Benutzers festlegen, die automatisch heruntergeladen werden kann

Updatering für Synchronisierungsclient festlegen

Bekannte Windows-Ordner automatisch auf OneDrive verschieben

Benutzer automatisch mit ihren Windows-Anmeldeinformationen beim OneDrive-Synchronisierungsclient anmelden

OneDrive-Dateien bei Bedarf verwenden

OneDrive | Personal vault – technik and questions

18. Oktober 2019 Hinterlasse einen Kommentar

OneDrive - Personal vault

OneDrive (for consumer) or OneDrive (staff) does not cost anything. You can store a lot of data in the cloud (Azure Blob Storage) before being asked to pay by Microsoft. And exactly for this client Microsoft has come up with something new. The personal safe. In addition you will find enough information from Microsoft and many others on the internet. This vault is used to store personal documents such as passport, ID card, birth certificate, etc. In a safe place. With additional security key. Funny only if you have 3 documents stashed in the vault, he reports, the vault is full. I have to buy an Office 365 version. Wait, I have an E3 plan. No, friends, that’s too much of a good thing. You have to buy the smallest variant, for the family. Or the micro-entrepreneur. So Microsoft, if this is again an action of the marketing department, well then without me.

Maybe you just want to wait and see if there are problems. The personal vault and protection requires another place to save the program (OneDrive.exe)

Microsoft has gone a different way with the development of the Next Generation Sync Client at the location, which is not Windows compliant with many things. Program and data are in the user directory:

C:\Users\[user]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive

Configuration and data storage

and in the business environment there are some scenarios that are not optimal. Example complacent?

In the radiology department, 4 medical assistants and 2 doctors share a PC. OneDrive will be installed here 6x. That would not be a disaster in itself, but we remember. Once a day, the program will check to see if Microsoft has released a new version of the Next Generation Sync Client. If so, the program will be downloaded from the internet and installed. So far so good. If it were not for the problem that is done to every user. And a complete installation in all languages ​​takes away at least 300 MB of space. 6x 300 MB must first be downloaded from the Microsoft servers. So it was at Microsoft on the idea to separate the whole. Device installation is the magic word. And that’s exactly what makes problems in certain environments.

Exactly but this type of installation is used when activating the personal safe. Fully automatic. You do not need to do anything. And after the work is done, it looks like this:

Programs are now under

C:\Program Files x86\Microsoft OneDrive

OneDrive Program: Storage location

and the data or configuration as usual under

C:\Users\[user]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive

OneDrive Configuration and Data: Storage location

Here are the configuration data, logs and other settings.

Nice, makes sense. Is not Microsoft sure if that works well in the enterprise environment (where OneDrive Personal has not yet been tanned)? Because many customers lock the synchronization of OneDrive Personal, because the administration can not control OneDrive Personal through group policies. This is about security. So in the near future, will we see a personal vault in OneDrive for Business? Or is there a way for the business environment at OneDrive to control this data?

Vault data in OneDrive for Business

I do not believe in that. because these are my "personal" data. What happens if I change the company? Who is thinking about backing up his vault data?

OneDrive staff

Maybe this will allow you to configure this area (vault) in cloud storage so that only the vault remains.

Summary

What also Microsoft plans here, the limit with the 3 files will cause quite a few to get a Office365 package "private". And only with 3 files does the vault make no sense. Or what do you think?

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OneDrive | persönlicher Tresor – Technik und Fragen

18. Oktober 2019 4 Kommentare

OneDrive persönlicher Tresor

OneDrive (für Consumer) oder OneDrive (Personal) kostet erst einmal nichts. Man kann eine ganze Menge an Daten in der Cloud (Azure Blob Storage) speichern, bevor man von Microsoft zur Kasse gebeten wird. Und genau für dieses Clientel hat Microsoft sich etwas neues ausgedacht. Der persönliche Tresor. Dazu findet man von Microsoft und vielen Anderen im Internet genühgend Informationen. Dieser Tresor dient dazu, persönliche Dokumente wie Reisepass, Personal-Ausweis, Geburtsurkunde etc. abzulegen. An einem sicheren Ort. Mit zusätzlichem Sicherheits-Schlüssel. Komisch nur, wenn man 3 Dokumente im Tresor verstaut hat, meldet er, der Tresor ist voll. Ích muss eine Office 365 Version kaufen. Moment, ich habe doch ein E3 Plan. Nein, Freunde, dass ist zu viel des Guten. Du musst die kleinste Variante kaufen, für die Familie.  Oder den Kleinstunternehmer. Also Microsoft, wenn das wieder eine Aktion der Marketingabteilung ist, na denn also ohne mich.

Vielleicht will man aber auch nur abwarten, ob es Probleme gibt. Der persönliche Tresor und der Schutz verlangt eine andere Ort zum Speichern des Programms (OneDrive.exe)

Microsoft hat mit der Entwicklung des Next Generation Sync Client beim Speicherort einen anderen Weg beschritten, der mit vielen Dingen nicht Windows konform ist. Programm und Daten liegen nämlich im Benutzerverzeichnis:

C:\Benutzer\[Benutzer]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive

Konfiguration und Daten: Speicherort

und im Business-Umfeld gibt es einige Szenarien, die nicht optimal sind. Beispiel gefällig?

In der Röntgenabteilung teilen sich 4 Arzthelfer und 2 Ärzte einen PC. OneDrive wird hier 6x installiert. Das wäre an sich keine Katastrophe, aber wir erinnern uns. Einmal täglich wird beim Programmstart nachgeschaut, ob Microsoft eine neue Version des Next Generation Sync Client zur Verfügung gestellt hat. Wenn ja wird das Programm aus dem Internet heruntergeladen und installiert. Soweit so gut. Wenn da nicht das Problem wäre, dass das bei jedem Benutzer getan wird. Und eine Komplettinstallation in allen Sprachen nimmt immerhin 300 MB Platz weg. 6x 300 MB müssen zuvor von den Microsoft Servern heruntergeladen werden. Also ist man bei Microsoft auf die Idee gekommen, das ganze zu trennen. Geräte-Installation ist das Zauberwort. Und genau die macht in bestimmten Umgebungen noch Probleme.

Genau aber diese Installationsart wird bei der Aktivierung des pesönlichen Tresors angewandt. Vollautomatisch. Sie brauchen nichts tun. Und nach getaner Arbeit sieht es dann so aus:

Programme liegen jetzt unter

C:\Program Files x86]\Microsoft OneDrive

OneDrive Programm: Speicherort

und die Daten bzw Konfiguration wie gehabt unter

C:\Benutzer\[Benutzer]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive

OneDrive Konfiguration und Daten: Speicherort

Hier tummeln sich jetzt die Konfigurationsdaten, Logs und andere Einstellungen.

Schön, macht Sinn. Ist sich Microsoft nicht sicher, ob das auch im Enterprise-Umfeld (wo OneDrive Personal noch nicht vebannt wurde) funktioniert? Denn viele Kunden sperren die Synchronisation von OneDrive Personal, weil die Administration OneDrive Personal nicht durch Gruppenrichtlinien kontrollieren kann. Hier geht es um Sicherheit. Sehen wir also in naher Zukunft einen persönlichen Tresor in OneDrive for Business? Oder aber wird für das Business-Umfeld bei OneDrive eine Möglichkeit geschaffen, diese Daten zu kontrollieren?

Tresor-Daten in OneDrive for Business

Daran glaube ich nicht. denn das sind meine “persönlichen” Daten. Was passiert, wenn ich die Firma wechsle? Wer denke denn daran, seine Tresor Daten zu sichern?

OneDrive Personal

Vielleicht schafft man hier die Möglichkeit, diesen bereich (Tresor) im Cloudspeicher so zu konfigurieren, dass nur der Tresor übrig bleibt.

Zusammenfassung

Was auch Microsoft hier plant, das Limit mit den 3 Dateien wird ganz Wenige dazu veranlassen, sich ein Office365 Paket “privat” zuzulegen. Und nur mit 3 Dateien macht der Tresor keinen Sinn. Oder was denkt ihr?

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I’m speaking at #ESPC19!

15. Oktober 2019 Hinterlasse einen Kommentar

Intelligent Acceleration of daily Work with OneDrive

The countdown is on to the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference – just 7 weeks to go!

Join me on Wednesday 4th of December for my session “Intelligent Acceleration of Daily Work with OneDrive

OneDrive is more than a client for synchronization with the cloud. The daily work in the team and with external people can be significantly accelerated with OneDrive, if we are familiar with the specifics of OneDrive. The talk explains the basic principles of OneDrive, explains features such as Files On Demand, Share and History, and demonstrates in practical demos how the intelligence of SharePoint has been integrated with Office and Windows 10 as a presentation Layer with the latest status from all document libraries via OneDrive.

Benefits of Attending this Session:

· OneDrive under the hood

· File Explorer as a presentation layer to SharePoint Libraries

· Intelligent Office programs

For those of you who haven’t been before, or are thinking of attending, ESPC is a really fun, welcoming event with a big focus on the topics and learning. It brings together an amazing group of speakers, sponsors and delegates, including Microsoft Leaders, Product Team members and leading community RDs, MVPs and MCMs, so we can all help each other achieve great things with SharePoint, Office 365 or Azure.

In ESPC’s own words, here’s some more about what makes the conference special and why I’m super excited to attend.

More Reasons to Attend ESPC19:

· Focus – 4x days of SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure inspiration, a real chance to dive deep into the topics, to get away from the office and think, learn and enjoy time with your peers. Within the Conference Programme Azure @ ESPC19 will also contain over 40 dedicated Azure sessions.

· Scale – The conference programme covers 11 Full Day Pre-Conference Tutorials, 140+ sessions, 2500+ peers to help you meet your objectives.

· Depth – Catering for levels 100-400, deep-dive sessions delivered by Microsoft Product Team members, RDs, MVPs, MCMs and independent experts who can tailor the appropriate levels of detail.

· BreadthKeynotes, Sessions, Tutorials and Social events. Sessions will provide learning on important topics including; Teams, SharePoint Framework, AI, Security, Graph, Power BI, Azure AD, Flow, Cosmos DB, Windows 10, APIs, IoT, Microsoft 365, Governance and Integration to highlight a few. Pre-Conference Tutorials will offer deep learning from the absolute experts in the areas of PnP, Machine Learning & AI, Azure Infrastructure, Insights and Data, Usage & Adoption, Productivity and SharePoint & Office 365 Development.

· Independence – Learn what’s coming and what works.

· Partners/Vendors – Meet the best local, European and international solution providers in the Exhibition Hall.

· Microsoft – Hear it first. Held in December, ESPC19 will have the most up to date learning and the very latest announcements from Ignite 2019, delivered by Microsoft Leaders and Product Team members, including Jeff Teper, Scott Hanselman, Miri Rodriguez, Vesa Juvonen and Alex Simons. 

· Setting – Amazing venues and location that facilitate comfort, ease of learning and bringing the community together.

· Connections – Multiple opportunities to connect with your peers, people facing or solving the same challenges you face.

· Experts – Simply, the best of the best. Check out this year’s ESPC19 Conference Programme.

 

Cu there ?

New challenge wanted – Neue Herausforderung gesucht

9. September 2019 Hinterlasse einen Kommentar

New challenge wanted - Neue Herausforderung gesucht

New challenge wanted. And with this heading everything is actually said. But maybe I should write something more, because a lot has happened in the last few years. You remember? Recently, I wrote an article in May 2017 that I do not want to stop yet. And then I switched to a fast-growing StartUp in Hamburg.

To this day, I have not only done community work in Germany. There were dozens of events in Europe, Asia and the US where I spoke. This year, for the third time, I am speaking at the largest Microsoft event in Orlando. I do not want to miss this community work. After 2.5 years, I decided to look for a new challenge. I would like to continue sharing my experience. And yes, the Microsoft Cloud is essential. I do not care about the location of my future company. I think I can inspire.

So if you think that I would be missing in your company, I could just fill a gap, who is welcome to contact me. No matter if manufacturer or partner. Of course, in the Microsoft environment.

Contact data: Hans.Brender [AT] HBsoft.de


Neue Herausforderung gesucht. Und mit dieser Überschrift ist eigentlich alles gesagt. Aber vielleicht sollte ich doch etwas mehr schreiben, denn in den letzten Jahren ist eine ganze Menge passiert. Sie erinnern sich? Zuletzt habe ich einen Artikel im Mai 2017Artikel im Mai 2017 geschrieben, dass ich noch nicht aufhören möchte. Und bin dann zu einem schnell wachsenden StartUpschnell wachsenden StartUp in Hamburg gewechselt.

Bis zum heutigen Tag habe ich dann nicht nur in Deutschland Community-Arbeit geleistet. In Europa , Asien und USA waren es dutzende Veranstaltungen, auf denen ich gesprochen habe. Dieses Jahr bin ich zum 3. Mal Sprecher auf der größten Microsoft Veranstaltung in Orlando. Diese Community-Arbeit möchte ich nicht missen. Nach 2,5 Jahren habe ich mich deshalb entschlossen, eine neue Herausforderung zu suchen. Ich möchte weiterhin meine Erfahrung weitergeben. Und ja, die Microsoft Cloud ist unabdingbar. Der Standort meiner zukünftigen Firma ist mir egal. Ich glaube, ich kann begeistern.

Wer also meint, ich würde in seiner Firma fehlen, ich genau eine Lücke füllen könnte, der kann sich gerne melden. Egal ob Hersteller oder Partner. Natürlich im Microsoft-Umfeld.

Kontaktdaten: Hans.Brender [AT] HBsoft.de

Teil 1: Mein erster Arbeitstag
Teil 2: Meine erste Arbeitswoche
Teil 3: nach drei Wochen
Teil 4: Nach neun Monaten
Teil 5: Ich bin zurück
Teil 6: Vorbei
Teil 7: Vorbei? Noch nicht ganz | Cloud Productivity Evangelist

OneDrive: new Group Policies and Definitions 19.152.0801.0004

26. August 2019 Hinterlasse einen Kommentar

OneDrive Group Policies

With the insider Version of the 19.152.0801.0004 Microsoft published a new Version of the OneDrive Group Policies

You find the Group Policies here (adml and admx)

%localappdata%\Microsoft\OneDrive\BuildNumber\adm\

and also the localicied versions in 17 languages

And here is the history of my blogs

Date  
05/18/19 OneDrive: new Group Policies and Definitions 19.103.0527.0002
02/11/19 OneDrive: New Group Policies and definitions 19.002.0107.0008

User Configuration

Group Policy name Special
Allow users to choose how to handle Office file sync conflicts  
Coauthor and share in Office desktop apps  
Configure team site libraries to sync automatically new from Computer Configuration
Continue syncing on metered networks  
Continue syncing when devices have battery saver mode turned on  
Disable the tutorial that appears at the end of OneDrive Setup  
Limit the sync client download speed to a fixed rate  
Limit the sync client upload speed to a fixed rate  
Prevent users from changing the location of their OneDrive folder  
Prevent users from syncing personal OneDrive accounts  
Receive OneDrive sync client updates on the Enterprise ring

New name: Set the sync client Update ring
moved to Computer configuration
Set the default location for the OneDrive folder  

Computer Configuration

Group Policy name Special
Allow OneDrive to disable Windows permission inheritance in folders synced read-only *
Allow syncing OneDrive accounts for only specific organizations  
Block file downloads when users are low on disk space **
Block syncing OneDrive accounts for specific organizations  
Configure team site libraries to sync automatically Please use GPO in the User Configuration
Convert synced team site files to online-only files  
Enable Automatic upload bandwidth management for OneDrive ****
Limit the sync client upload rate to a percentage of throughput  
Prevent the sync client from generating network traffic until users sign in  
Prevent users from fetching files remotely  
Prevent users from moving their Windows known folders to OneDrive  
Prevent users from redirecting their Windows known folders to their PC  
Prevent users from syncing libraries and folders shared from other organizations *
Prompt users to move Windows known folders to OneDrive  
Require users to confirm large delete operations **
Set the maximum size of a user’s OneDrive that can download automatically  
Set the sync client update ring ***
Silently move Windows known folders to OneDrive  
Silently sign in users to the OneDrive sync client with their Windows credentials  
Specify SharePoint Server URL and organization name ****
Specify the OneDrive location in a hybrid environment ****
Use OneDrive Files On-Demand  
Warn users who are low on diskspace ***

 

* Allow OneDrive to disable permission inheritance in folders synced read-only
This setting lets the OneDrive sync client remove all inherited permissions within read-only folders syncing on a user’s PC.

If you enable this setting, the OneDrive sync client can disable permission inheritance in read-only folders to improve sync speed.

If you disable or do not configure this setting, the OneDrive sync client will preserve permission inheritance in read-only folders. Sync speed may be significantly slower.


 

** Block file downloads when users are low on disk space
This setting lets you specify a minimum amount of available disk space and block the OneDrive sync client (OneDrive.exe) from downloading files when users have less than this amount.

Users will be prompted with options to help free up space.

Minimal available Diskspace: 0 to 10 TB

[08/28/19] Tehre is a bug, because the highest number is 9999. Microsoft is informed


***
Warn users who are low on diskspace

This setting lets you specify a minimum amount of available disk space and warn users when the OneDrive sync client (OneDrive.exe) downloads a file that causes them to have less than this amount.

Users will be prompted with options to help free up space.

In the Value field, enter the amount of available disk space below which users will receive warning. If you use this policy together with “Block file downloads when users are low on disk space”, the value for this setting should be greater than the value for the blocking downloads

Valid values are from 0 through 10 TB

[08/28/19] Tehre is a bug, because the highest number is 9999. Microsoft is informed


 

****  Enable Automatic upload bandwidth management for OneDrive

This setting lets the OneDrive sync client (OneDrive.exe) upload data in the background only when unused bandwidth is available. It prevents the sync client from interfering with other apps that are using the network. This setting is powered by the Windows LEDBAT (Low Extra Delay Background Transport) protocol. When LEDBAT detects increased latency that indicates other TCP connections are consuming bandwidth, the sync client will reduce its own consumption to prevent interference. When network latency decreases again and bandwidth is freed up, the sync client will increase the upload rate and consume the unused bandwidth.

If you enable this setting, the sync client upload rate will be set to "Adjust automatically" based on bandwidth availability and users won’t be able to change it.

If you disable or do not configure this setting, users can choose to limit the upload rate to a fixed value (in KB/second), or set it to "Adjust automatically".

Important

If you enable or disable this setting, and then change it back to Not Configured, the last configuration will remain in effect. We recommend enabling this setting instead of "Limit the sync client upload speed to a fixed rate." You should not enable both settings at the same time. This setting will override "Limit the sync client upload rate to a percentage of throughput" if both are enabled on the same device.


 

* Prevent users from syncing libraries and folders shared from other organizations
This GPO allow/disallow Tenant 2 Tenant Synchronization. Microsoft has named this Synchronization B2B Sync.


 

** Require users to confirm large delete operations
Unfortunately Microsoft has not announced the numbers, by which the function will trigger.The Threshold is 200.

to push another number you must do it manually. Read here

[10/30/19] with Version 19.192.0926.0010 you have it in the Group policy


 

*** Set the sync client update ring
This GPO is moved from User to the Computer-Configuration.


 

**** Specify SharePoint Server URL and organization name AND Specify the OneDrive location in a hybrid environment

The only way, to sync files with OneDrive to the OnPremise SharePoint is SharePoint Server 2019. Toy sync to and from older Versions of SharePoint (SharePoint Server 2016, 2013, 2010 and  2007) you must use the old sync client called Groove.exe

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