I have recently started setting up Room Resources in our Office 365 tenant and quickly discovered that that rooms are only available Monday to Friday 08:00 to 17:00 by default.
Fortunately there is a Powershell command to modify this to suit your room requirements.
First connect to Exchange PowershellSet-MailboxCalendarConfiguration -Identity -WorkingHoursStartTime 00:00:00 -WorkingHoursEndTime 23:59:59
This is for an individual room resource. Alternatively if all your rooms have the same availability schedule you can change all at once with the command below
Just found this article on the Lazy Administrator that describes how to enforce a Windows lock screen wallpaper on Windows 10 for all editions ( not just Enterprise and Education which is all Microsoft allow you to do with Intune out of the box ! )
I will be using this script. Thanks Brad.
Teams and Flow Regarding365.com has this very neat how to article on creating an Adaptive Card in Teams when someone sends a specific Tweet.
I’ve not seen the adaptive card designer mentioned in the post but will check it out as this looks pretty useful.
Adaptive Cards for Beginners- Monitor a Hashtag on Twitter
A quick list of some of the blogs I have used recently for guides and how to’s on Microsoft products.
Modern Workplace - John blogs about the Microsoft Cloud and Modern Management Blog - JiJi Technologies nicolonsky tech Practical 365 - Office 365 News, Tips, and Tutorials AutomateIQ - Business processes automation website
I have previously setup a script to push simple shortcuts to Desktop with Intune but this guide from Nicolonsky Tech is much better. Will re-create mine using this approach.
Source: Intune create desktop shortcut
This is a Microsoft guide I need to use fairly regularly ! Wish connection to Exchange Online and Sharepoint Online from Powershell was a little easier to configure.
Interestingly when I tried this today if I ran Connect-EXOPSSesion with parameter for my UPN it didn’t seem to work. If instead just ran the command with no parameters the standard login dialog appeared fine and I could enter my email address and authenticate with my Authenticator app !
PowerApps So I am making some progress with learning PowerApps and have the start of a new app for the charity to use. Just came across this resource which will be worth having a look through, a showcase for what others have done with PowerApps
Community Apps Gallery - Power Platform Community
A useful quick link to the PowerApps function reference on Microsoft Docs
I am currently trying to create a new starter process with Microsoft Forms/Flow and Sharepoint. One feature that would make this process work a lot better would be to enable the initial Form to have some of the information pre-populated so when it is submitted the information can be linked to existing data in Sharepoint. It seems this is a requirement that others have found lacking in Forms at the moment