Microsoft is enabling IT admins to select Teams apps that can be installed in meetings for their organization. It will leverage the App setup policies, Installed apps section in which admins can specify the apps to install on behalf of their users. This is rolling out to Microsoft Teams desktop, web and mobile. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 81086.
We will enable IT admins to select Teams apps that can be installed in meetings for their organization.
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Problem Symptom: Rebooting production servers is always a difficult and complicated process. If you upgrade the VMware Tools from vSphere using Automatic Upgrade option, it will reboot the production server after upgrade completed. This article will show you how to prevent server from reboot automatically after VMware Tools upgrade completed.
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As part of the evolution of the new Stream (built on SharePoint), we are introducing the meeting recording auto-expiration feature, which will automatically delete Teams recording files stored in OneDrive or SharePoint after a preset period of time. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 84580.
Newly created Teams meeting recordings in OneDrive and SharePoint will be automatically deleted by the service based on a default Teams policy setting. Teams Admins will be able to modify the default meeting recording expiration time via a setting in the Teams Admin Portal or by modifying policy attributes using Powershell scripts. Newly created meeting recordings in OneDrive & SharePoint will be automatically deleted after this point unless the meeting owner extends the expiration. Meeting owners will be notified about expired recordings and may extend the expiration date in OneDrive/SharePoint. Compliance policies will override the expiration setting.
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The Events web part on SharePoint pages and news posts will have an option to show images. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 70791.
Page authors in SharePoint who use the Events web part will be able to turn on an option to show event images within the web part. When the option is on, each Event shown in the web part will display the image used in the title area of the Event page. Existing Event web parts will not be updated to display event images; however new web parts added to pages and news will default to show images.
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