Microsoft Cloud ve Datacenter Management Nisan 2022 Bülten



Shashank Bansal announces the availability of System Center 2022

Thomas Maurer shows how to set up SSH access to servers running anywhere using Azure Arc

Kevin Holman shows how to upgrade and update SCOM agents using Tasks

Tyson Paul provides a file transport MP for SCOM

Edoardo Zonca provides some tips on monitoring Azure services

TJ Banasik walks through the next evolution of the Microsoft Sentinel Zero Trust (TIC 3.0) solution

Vinicius Apolinario shows how to use Windows Admin Center to troubleshoot applications on Windows Containers


Anoop C Nair blogs about SCCM Asset Intelligence deprecation

Benoit Lecours shows how to use SCCM PowerShell to delete unused collections

Pierre Roman covers Azure Backup Monitoring

Charbel Nemnom shows how to add custom recommendations in Microsoft Defender for Cloud

Sue Bohn provides a list of scheduled activities to help you adopt Azure AD Identity Governance

Alex Simons shares new Azure AD features for custom roles & administrative units for devices

Janusz Gal shows how to block remote support/assist applications using Windows Defender App Control & MEM



Introducing the new Azure Front Door: Reimagined for modern apps and content

We are announcing the general availability of the new Azure Front Door, our native, modern cloud content delivery network (CDN) catering to both dynamic and static content acceleration with built-in turnkey security, and a simple and predictable pricing model. There are two Azure Front Door tiers—Azure Front Door Standard and Premium—that provide a unified, secure solution for delivering your applications, APIs, and content on Azure or anywhere.


System Center 2022 is now generally available

We are excited to announce the general availability of System Center 2022, which includes System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), System Center Orchestrator (SCORCH), Service Manager (SM), and Data Protection Manager (DPM).¹ With this release, we are continuing to bring new capabilities for best-in-class datacenter management across diverse IT environments that could be comprised of Windows Server, Azure Stack HCI, or VMWare deployments. We have been energized to hear of organizations such as OlympiaSchaeffler, and Entain who have validated the capabilities of System Center 2022 during the preview. Now, let us dive into what is new with System Center 2022.


Now in preview: Azure Virtual Machines with Ampere Altra Arm-based processors

The demand for compute capacity to sustain business modernization and digital transformation initiatives continues to grow. Organizations are facing a complex set of challenges as they deploy a broad range of workloads globally, from the edge to the cloud. There is also a need for a new breed of operationally efficient cloud-native computing solutions that can meet this demand without a massive growth in infrastructure footprint and energy consumption.

To address some of these challenges Microsoft is announcing the preview of Azure Virtual Machines series featuring the Ampere Altra Arm-based processor. The new VMs are engineered to efficiently run scale-out workloads, web servers, application servers, open-source databases, cloud-native as well as rich .NET applications, Java applications, gaming servers, media servers, and more. The new VM series include general-purpose Dpsv5 and memory-optimized Epsv5 VMs, which can deliver up to 50 percent better price-performance than comparable x86-based VMs. You can request access to the preview by filling out this form.


Enhance your data visualizations with Azure Managed Grafana—now in preview

Grafana is a popular open-source analytics visualization tool that allows users to bring together logs, traces, metrics, and other disparate data from across an organization, regardless of where they are stored. Last year, we announced our strategic partnership with Grafana Labs to develop a Microsoft Azure managed service that lets customers run Grafana natively within the Azure cloud platform. Today, we are announcing that Azure Managed Grafana is available in preview. With Azure Managed Grafana, the Grafana dashboards our customers are familiar with are now integrated seamlessly with the services and security of Azure.


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Manage port forwarding for backend pool with Azure Load Balancer

Bring your own IP addresses (BYOIP) to Azure with Custom IP Prefix

Move Azure VM to a new Virtual Network Subnet using Terraform

SSH access to servers running anywhere using Azure Arc

Using Windows Admin Center to troubleshoot applications on Windows Containers

Try System Center VMM 2022 and AzureStackHCI Cluster

Audit all VMs that Don’t Have Network Security Group Associated

Rename Azure VM Data Disks

Install System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2022 on Windows Server 2022 and SQL Server 2019


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SCOM 2022: GA Hooray!

Upgrading SCOM 2019 to SCOM 2022

Do not connect SCOM 2022 console to older SCOMs

Delegated Administrator – New in SCOM 2022

RBAC and SCOM 2022

How to upgrade and update SCOM agents using Tasks

Orchestrator 2022 installation

File Transport for SCOM

Setting the SCOM Gateway Agents to failover

SCOM Data Warehouse Grooming Tool

Using Azure DevOps PipeLines to build SCOM management packs

SCOMathon May 10, 2022


Azure Monitor Tech Community rebranded to Azure Observability

Enabling Full-stack Observability with Azure Monitor and Grafana

Log Analytics results upgrade

AMA – Not Just for Servers Anymore

Azure Backup Monitoring and Alerting

A Starting Point for Monitoring Azure

Public preview: Azure Backup supports metrics and metric alerts for Azure Blobs

Public preview: Azure Monitoring Agent supports custom and IIS logs

Public preview: Support for Windows clients using Azure Monitor agent

Public preview: Azure Monitor activity log insights

Public preview: Redesign of alerts summary (landing) page

Public preview: Recommended alert rules for virtual machines

Public preview: Azure Monitor and Azure Managed Grafana integrations

Azure Update: Certification, Windows Defender Firewall, Azure Containers Apps, & Azure Monitor


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Update 2203 for Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager current branch is now available

Get SCCM WSUS Obsolete Updates Deletion Alerts using Status Message Queries

List of 43 SCCM Status Message Queries | Custom Query for SCCM Task Sequence Engine Status Messages

SCCM Asset Intelligence Deprecation and Remove Asset Intelligence Sync Point Role

SCCM Deprecated Features | List of Removed Features Unsupported

Delivery Optimization Configuration & Monitoring

Use PowerShell to delete unused collection

How to move SCCM Content Library to another drive

Find Recently Used Applications using SCCM CMPivot Query

New ConfigMgr Software Update Point Filter Products

Quickly Reindex WSUS Database using T-SQL Script



What’s new in Microsoft Intune – April 2022

In development for Microsoft Intune – April 2022

Microsoft Graph permissions reference – April 2022

Intune Support Team – Twitter Feed

Intune Product-Feedback Portal

Autopilot Known Issues – April 2022

Migrate Group Policies GPOs to Intune Settings Catalog policy

Support tip: Accept Apple’s new T&C to ensure Intune can communicate with Apple as expected

Support tip: Recovering from Windows Autopilot error code 0x81039023 on Windows 11 SE

Tech Community Live: Microsoft Endpoint Manager edition on April 27

Disable UAC Secure Desktop Mode using Intune

Set Default Display Language for Windows 365 Using Provisioning Policy | Cloud PC

Perform Bulk Device Actions in Intune

Export Intune Device Compliance Policies

Block remote support/assist applications using Windows Defender App Control & MEM

List of attributes that are synced from AD DS to Intune

403 Forbidden error when you query Intune objects in Graph Explorer


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Next Evolution of the Microsoft Sentinel Zero Trust (TIC 3.0) Solution

What’s new: Microsoft Sentinel Zero Trust (TIC 3.0) Solution update

Add Custom Recommendations in Microsoft Defender for Cloud

Accelerate Compliance with Microsoft Security


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Make Azure AD Identity Governance work for you!

Azure AD RBAC: Custom roles & administrative units for devices now available

Understand the state of devices across your organization in seconds

Azure AD RBAC: Dynamic administrative units now in public preview for users & devices

Holistic compromised identity signals from Microsoft

F5 builds value with easy identity management via Conditional Access


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