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comment 2010 Hybrid Exchange Decommission Free License
Look at Okta - they have a "free" version for connecting one application (which can be O365) so you can try it out.
Feb
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comment 2010 Hybrid Exchange Decommission Free License
The SPLA situation may muddy things and I can't give an answer to that. I've worked with enterprises in the past and we've deployed with MS adjusting their VLA's (fully aware of the deployment model). Your provider may have requirements that prevent you from "bringing your own license" - I would have them contact their MS licensing rep to determine eligibility. They should have direct contact to a reputable source and if they are good partner will do so despite potentially losing the SPLA revenue. Nothing about MS licensing is straight forward, but they do work with you to get best result.
Feb
5
comment Will my Office 2013 clients be automatically updated to Office 2016?
@msemack is spot on. Click2Run updates do not come thru windows update. IF - you have deployed via MSI, than you would stick to traditional methods of updating - and Microsoft won't be updating your client as that is only for Click2Run installation pointing back to MS for updates.
Feb
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answered 2010 Hybrid Exchange Decommission Free License
Jan
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answered Incorrect Single Sign On Url - Cant Update
Jan
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comment PowerShell - Set-RemoteMailbox to move to Office365 - object couldn't be found
You don't have to migrate. This answer is correct. When you run enable-rmeotemailbox it will create the properties needed for an EXISTING AD object to get a cloud mailbox. You then sync the account and assign a license and a mailbox is created correctly for the Hybrid setup. New-RemoteMailbox is used to create a NEW AD Object with the proper properties set for creating the mailbox. Again requiring a sync and license assignment in O365.
Jan
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answered The term 'New-RemoteMailbox' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet
Jan
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answered Cannot send email address to office 365 email address
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asked Exchange 2010 and 2013 Co-existance Unified Messaging routing issues
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answered Dynamics CRM with Windows Essentials AD + Azure AD
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answered Office365 Cert renewal
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answered SCCM+ MS Office 2013 deployment
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comment SCCM+ MS Office 2013 deployment
Why do you think you have to use SCCM? If you are running via GPO today - what issues are you encountering? There is no functional reason SCCM would have to be used - it can make deployment and tracking easier, but the setup certainly is not.
Nov
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comment How can I stop autoupdates for Lync basic 2013
See edit - I added some options there
Nov
26
revised How can I stop autoupdates for Lync basic 2013
Address comment
Nov
26
comment how to mail-enable an exchange 2013 contact?
Your question was a bit confusing about what was going on outside of the mail contact part. Can you add detail on how you are forwarding those messages, and what's the mail flow path (i.e. all devices, service, etc handling that traffic in and out).
Nov
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comment Outlook profile during staged migration
You can - but it will pop up every time Outlook starts. The only fix is to create a new profile.
Nov
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answered I'm getting a warning that disk space on C: is below 5% when it's not