Showing posts from June, 2016

Activate Office 365 for Internal User Rights (IUR)

Microsoft Partners are entitled for Office 365 E3 internal use: If you wish activating your license, please follow the short introduction below and click the respective links: How to earn Office 365 (E3) internal-use rights benefits through Microsoft Partner Network programs How to activate and assign Office 365 (E3) internal-use rights licenses New partners: Please begin by signing up for a Microsoft Action Pack subscription or earning either a silver or gold competency. (You may also learn how to earn Office 365 (E3) internal-use rights benefits from the Microsoft Partner Network programs  here .) Existing partners: Use the following directions to help you get started: A. Activate Office 365 (E3) IUR on an online tenant: Go to the Microsoft Partner Digital Download Portal ( ). Sign in with the Microsoft Account (formerly Windows Live account) current

OneDrive Bulk Data Upload

Hi all, just a side Skype for Business. I upgrade my Office 365 Home account getting the 1TB HDD Storage. Wow, what a nice opportunity have a valued backup in the Cloud. Now I had the question in mind: Damn, how should I get approx. 400GB into the cloud? Microsoft tells you two option if you run Windows 10, assuming we all do so. 1a. Open EDGE Browser, navigate to OneDrive and drag&drop files and folder. 1b. Chose the upload feature in EDGE once you open OneDrive and choose the folder you like to sync 2.  Copy all your data on you local hard drive and let it sync Super idea, 400GB didn't fit on any of my laptops anymore. So bad and stupid option Second I tried use drap&drop. Perfect it failed, simply not working. Ok, than lets chose the Folder Upload option. And see here it goes, it took 1hr screen the files on my external disk. Than the upload started with approx. 35.000 files. After two days, how wonders, it failed. No intelligent option in the EDGE

Skype for Business Topology Support with Office 365, Cloud Connector Edition, Cloud PBX and PSTN Calling

Topology support in Office 365 with Skype for Business A frequently asked question is the support for the different topologies. Later in this document I also provide a generic overview about a possible migration path towards one or the other topology. The rudimentary described supported topologies are the ONLY possible setups. There is not possible and supported way in combining any of those topologies! On-Premise without any Office 365 connectivity This is typically a solution, where you don’t own an Office 365 “E” Plan. Therefore, you are not entitled using any of the Office 365 features. Same is valid, if you own only an Exchange Online Plan, whereby none of the Skype for Business Online Services are subject to be used.   On-Premise with Office 365 connectivity (Federation to Office 365 and Cloud PBX and PSTN CALLING SERVICE) This is the only scenario, where users are hosted either in Office 365 and some users stay SfB enabled On-Premise. Meaning yo