Microsoft Cloud ve Datacenter Management Kasım 2022 Bülten



Thomas Maurer discusses the Azure Arc-enabled SQL Managed Instance Landing zone accelerator

Mahip Deora blogs about building a globally resilient architecture with Azure Load Balancer

Kevin Holman shows how to customize SCOM HTML based email alerts

Tyson Paul provides a SOAP Request example for the SCOM URLGenie

Bruno Gabrielli provides an Azure Workbook to assess Log Analytics Workspace, Application Insights and Dedicated Clusters

Maxim Sergeev shows how the Azure CxP team leverages policies at-scale for Azure Monitor

Charbel Nemnom shows how to enable Microsoft Sentinel Analytics rules at scale


Laura Arrizza announces enhanced control for configuring Firewall rules with Windows Defender

Intune Support Team walks through migrating between Mobile Threat Defense solutions

Benoit Lecours shows how to deploy Windows 10 22H2 using MECM

Jitesh Kumar discusses how to resolve KB5020276 domain join issue using SCCM Task Sequence

Stanislav Zhelyazkov walks through setting up Azure Monitor Workspace, Managed Prometheus and Prometheus Alerts via Bicep

Eliran Azulai announces new capabilities for Azure Firewall

Alex Weinert announces the availability of Azure AD authentication for Windows Admin Center in Azure



Forrester Total Economic Impact study: Azure Arc delivers 206 percent ROI over 3 years

We’re building Azure to meet you where you are, so you can do more with your existing investments. We also want you to be able to stay agile and flexible when extending Azure to your on-premises, multicloud, and edge environments.

Azure Arc delivers on these needs. Azure Arc is a bridge that extends the Azure platform so you can build applications and services with the flexibility to run across datacenters, edge, and multicloud environments.

New Project Flash Update: Advancing Azure Virtual Machine availability monitoring

Flash, as the project is internally known, is a collection of efforts across Azure Engineering, that aims to evolve Azure’s virtual machine (VM) availability monitoring ecosystem into a centralized, holistic, and intelligible solution customers can rely on to meet their specific observability needs. As part of this multi-year endeavor, we’re excited to announce the:

  • General availability of VM availability information in Azure Resource Graph for efficient and at-scale monitoring, convenient for detailed downtime investigations and impact assessment.
  • Preview of a VM availability metric in Azure Monitor for quick debugging is now publicly available, trend analysis of VM availability over time, and setting up threshold-based alerts on scenarios that impact workload performance.
  • Preview of VM availability status change events via Azure Event Grid for instantaneous notifications on critical changes in VM availability, to quickly trigger remediation actions to prevent end-user impact.


Update SCOM Servers & Agents to continue using Log Analytics Integration

From 1 February 2023, System Center Operations Manager version lower than 2019 UR3 will stop sending data to Log Analytics workspace. Ensure your agents are on SCOM Agent version 10.19.10177.0 (2019 UR3 or later) or 10.22.10056.0 (2022 RTM) and SCOM Management Group version is SCOM 2022 & 2019 UR3 or later version.


What is the recommendation? 

We recommend you to be on the latest or supported version of the agent or Management Group by following below guidelines.

Agent: How to Upgrade an Agent to System Center Operations Manager | Microsoft Learn

Management Group: Upgrading System Center Operations Manager | Microsoft Learn


Who is not impacted?

  • SCOM Agent or Management group that is not configured to send data to Log Analytics
  • SCOM Agent that is on version 10.19.10177.0 (2019 UR3 or newer) or 10.22.10056.0 (2022 RTM). 
  • SCOM Management Server that is on SCOM 2022 & 2019 UR3 or higher version.


Are there any other impacted services? 

System Center Service Manager using agents prior to 10.19.10177.0 (2019 UR3) will be impacted. If you are using an agent prior to 10.19.10177.0 (2019 UR3), your agent will be unable to connect to Azure Log Analytics. Core features of the product will continue to function ‘as is’. 


If you have any concerns or further questions, create a support ticket


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Azure Arc-enabled SQL Managed Instance Landing zone accelerator

Build a globally resilient architecture with Azure Load Balancer

Security Baseline for Azure Arc enabled Servers and Arc Kubernetes

Manage Azure Arc-enabled Azure Stack HCI from Azure

Reset and Reinstall Windows 11 from the Cloud

Estimating Azure Diagnostics Cost

MVPLABSerie Azure Arc enabled Servers

MVPLABSerie Azure Update Management Center (Preview) and AzureArc enabled Servers AzureHybrid

Flexible and Simple Solution to Start and Stop VMs


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Customize SCOM HTML based email alert formatting

On Demand Assessments for Unified Support Customers

URLGenie – A SOAP Request Example

Update Rollup 1 for SCOM 2022 will be released next month


General availability: Manage your Log Analytics Tables in Azure Portal

Public preview: New metrics capabilities in OpenTelemetry-based Application Insights

Azure Monitor: Check and Assess Log Analytics Workspace, Application Insights and Dedicated Cluster

About The Authorization Events in AppServiceAuditLogs

Azure Monitor: Calculating Chargeback to Split Monitoring Costs Across Projects

Azure Monitor for Enterprises and not only. How does Azure CxP team leverage Policies at-scale?

Create Emergency Access Accounts for AAD and Use Log Analytics to Monitor Sign-ins from them

How monitor PITR restore in Managed Instance

Azure Monitor Workspace, Managed Prometheus and Prometheus via Bicep

Cluster monitoring with Keep Alive metric

Kusto Detective Agency: Hints and my experience

Kusto Detective Agency: Challenge 2 – Election fraud in Digitown!

Kusto Detective Agency: Challenge 3 – Bank robbery!

Kusto Detective Agency: Challenge 4 – Ready to play?


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KB5020276 Domain Join Hardening Changes using SCCM Task Sequence

Back to Basics – Adding the Computer to an AD Group during Deployment

Deploy Windows 10 22H2 Using MECM

MECM Client Installation Error Codes

Use MECM Dynamic Queries in your Deployment Collections

Latest Fixes for MECM 2207 KB15152495 Hotfix Update Rollup

Potential Impact on MECM with Kerberos Protocol changes | November Patches KB5019980 KB5019959

MECM Community Hub Removed Deprecated Missing

MECM 2210 Technical Preview New Features

MECM Client HTTP Error sending DAV request HTTP code 503 content download issue

How to migrate standalone MBAM to MECM for bitlocker

Step-by-Step Guide to Import Updates into MECM

Find Antimalware Software Status using CMPivot Query in MECM


What’s new in Microsoft Intune Tenant Service Release 2211 (November) edition

What’s new in Microsoft Intune – November 2022

In development for Microsoft Intune – November 2022

Microsoft Graph permissions reference – November 2022

Intune Support Team – Twitter Feed

Intune Product-Feedback Portal

New device control capabilities to manage removable storage media access in Microsoft Intune

Announcing enhanced control for configuring Firewall rules with Windows Defender

Intune app protection: Migrating between Mobile Threat Defense solutions

Install LAPS Using Intune Application Deployment Guide

Create Linux Compliance Policy in Intune Portal

Create Intune Terms and Conditions for Device Enrollment

Deploy CrowdStrike Using Intune EXE Deployment Guide

Manage Zoom Settings using Intune Administrative Templates

Block Android Device Manufacturer Enrollment in Intune

Configure Organizational Messages from Intune Portal


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Announcing new capabilities for Azure Firewall

Enable Microsoft Sentinel Analytics Rules at Scale

How To Delete Microsoft Sentinel Analytics Rule Templates

Exclude Public IP addresses in Azure DDOS network protection

Microsoft Intune – Microsoft Security Blog

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint gets mobile integration

Mobile Network Protection for Defender for Endpoint on Android and iOS is now generally available.

Replacing the Microsoft Store for Business with Endpoint Manager


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Azure AD authentication for Windows Admin Center in Azure is now generally available

Advanced Microsoft Authenticator security features are now generally available!

Public Preview: Conditional Access filters for apps

Empowering SOCs with Azure AD Identity Protection in Microsoft 365 Defender

Azure AD Certificate-based Authentication (CBA) on Mobile

Advances in Azure AD resilience

Embrace and Secure Multicloud with Entra Permissions Management

Utilizing Zero Trust architecture principles for External Identities


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Composite Models in PowerBI — The solution to poor search performance in SSAS

Protect Backup Data In Azure Blob Using Vembu BDRSuite


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