Microsoft Cloud ve Datacenter Management Ocak 2023 Bülten




Thomas Maurer shows how to in-place upgrade Windows Server in Microsoft Azure

Tao Yang provides a Bicep template for deploying a VNet Isolated CloudShell

SQL Server: Updated SCOM Management Pack released

Curtis Ricard and Todd Linke provide a script to capturing MDE Client Analyzer results to an Azure Log Analytics Workspace

Sidney Cirqueira discusses monitoring Synapse serverless SQL pool query history

Joy Chik shares five identity priorities for 2023


Anoop C Nair covers three free SCCM admin tools for advanced troubleshooting

Dave Randall and Nina Desnica cover step-by-step Configuration as Code for Microsoft Intune

Michael Griswold blogs about four ways to get your client policy synchronized with the Intune service

Atil Gurcan walks through how to manage Microsoft Defender on Windows Server via Intune

Josh Bregman introduces tamper protection for exclusions support for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

Benoit Lecours provides a Step by Step 2211 MECM upgrade guide



IPv6 Coming to Azure AD

We’re excited to announce our plan to bring IPv6 support to Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). This will allow customers to reach the Azure AD services over IPv4, IPv6 or dual stack endpoints.  

For most customers, IPv4 won’t completely disappear from their digital landscape, so we aren’t planning to require IPv6 or to de-prioritize IPv4 in any Azure AD features or services.

However, it is important you start planning and prepare for IPv6 support by taking the actions recommended in this blog, and also checking in for updated guidance at


General availability of Azure OpenAI Service expands access to large, advanced AI models with added enterprise benefits

With Azure OpenAI Service now generally available, more businesses can apply for access to the most advanced AI models in the world—including GPT-3.5, Codex, and DALL•E 2—backed by the trusted enterprise-grade capabilities and AI-optimized infrastructure of Microsoft Azure, to create cutting-edge applications. Customers will also be able to access ChatGPT—a fine-tuned version of GPT-3.5 that has been trained and runs inference on Azure AI infrastructure—through Azure OpenAI Service soon


Microsoft named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Public Cloud Development and Infrastructure Platforms, 2022

Forrester recently published its report, The Forrester Wave™: Public Cloud Development and Infrastructure Platforms, Global, Q4 2022, placing Microsoft in the “Leaders” category. It’s an honor to be named as one of only two leaders in Forrester’s definitive report on the public cloud development and infrastructure platform market.

The Forrester report recognized Microsoft for its long-term focus on Kubernetes, hybrid, and multicloud capabilities and noted that it is seeking to lead in hybrid and multicloud environments with platform management tools and capabilities. Reference customers praised Microsoft’s service improvements and partnerships. With Microsoft Azure, customers have a trusted cloud partner and the most advanced, highly integrated enterprise IT infrastructure to help them navigate ever-changing environments and achieve business success today, while they build for the future.


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How to In-place upgrade Windows Server in Microsoft Azure

Public and private AKS clusters demystified

Keep your Azure Arc Server extensions up-to-date

How To Create A VM In Azure (6 Easy Methods)

Windows 10 or Windows 11 GPO ADMX – An Update

Software Installation Using Machine Configuration and Azure Policy

How To Restrict Event Hub Public Network Access via Azure Policy

Bicep Template for VNet Isolated CloudShell

Azure Policy Definitions for Event Hub Minimum TLS Version and Public Network Access

Azure Private Endpoints with Static IP Addresses

Control Azure VM with PowerShell and Azure REST API


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SQL Server Management Pack Update:

Microsoft.SQLServer.Windows.Discovery SQL Queries (v7.0.42.0)

SCOM Agent Installation Error – Microsoft ESENT Keys are required


What’s new in Azure Monitor documentation

Show number of hours a computer has been sending heartbeats, per day

Monitoring Synapse serverless SQL pool query history

Observability using ADX

Capturing MDE Client Analyzer Results to Azure Log Analytics Workspace


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Step by Step 2211 MECM upgrade guide

Fix MECM Error 0X87D00324 when deploying applications

40 MECM Interview questions and answers

How to Deploy Cloudflare WARP using MECM

Set WiFi – ConfigMgr OSD – PowerShell

MECM Troubleshooting Tool – Support Center

3 Free SCCM Admin Tools for Advanced Troubleshooting

MECM CMG Connection Analyzer Reports testing failed

Site Component Manager Failed to Reinstall this component on a site system

ConfigMgr Prerequisites Tool 3.0.6 – updated!!


What’s new in Microsoft Intune – January 2023

In development for Microsoft Intune – January 2023

Microsoft Graph permissions reference – January 2023

Intune Support Team – Twitter Feed

Intune Product-Feedback Portal

Upcoming improvements to Win32 app supersedence

Support tip: Targeting apps and policies with Windows Autopilot

Configuration as Code for Microsoft Intune

(Resolved) Known Issue: Devices Upgrading to Android 13 cannot enroll into management

Enable Self Service Password Reset SSPR on Windows Login Screen using Intune Policy

Configure macOS Firewall Security Using Intune Step by Step Guide

FIX Intune Enrollment Something went wrong Error 801c0003

Prevent Users from Start Screen Customization using Intune Policy

Configure RBAC Roles for BitLocker Recovery Key Reader in Azure AD

4 ways to get your client policy synchronized with the Intune service

Windows Autopilot – Policy Conflicts

Deploy hybrid Azure AD-joined devices by using Intune and Windows Autopilot

Windows Autopilot deployment for existing devices

Windows Autopilot for pre-provisioned deployment (Public preview)

Windows Autopilot Reset

Create organizational messages

Send custom notifications in Intune

Add Win32 app supersedence

Add Microsoft Store apps to Microsoft Intune


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How to Manage Microsoft Defender on Windows Server via Intune

Switch to the new Defender for Storage pricing plan

Recovering from Attack Surface Reduction rule shortcut deletions

Tamper protection for exclusions support for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

Disconnected environments, proxies and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

Use the new Microsoft 365 Defender API for all your alerts

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint now integrated with Zeek


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Video: Manage your multi-cloud identity infrastructure with Microsoft Entra

IPv6 Coming to Azure AD

Microsoft Entra – 5 identity priorities for 2023


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Encryption, Comparing your Options in SQL Server

Help! My tempdb is full and I can’t access SQL Server!


Additional contributors: James Harper, Jose Riano, Lynne Taggart, Kevin Justin, Dean Yamada, Tom Ziegler, Charles Allen


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