As Microsoft starts to contine to wind down Skype for Business Online, there is no longer a need to install the seperate module using the .exe file for the Skype Connector. The module has been in beta release of the Microsoft Teams module which has now been published to general availability (GA).
Update your MicrosoftTeam module to version 1.1.6 and you will find the cmdlet “New-CSOnlineSession” available to use. To make life easier, check out my Get-InstalledModulesUpdate.ps1 from my GitHub. This PS1 file will look at all installed modules on your client machine and update according.
Here is the current versioning information for MicrosoftTeams module.
Microsoft Defender ATP for Android now supports installation on both modes of enrolled devices – the legacy Device Administrator and Android Enterprise modes. However, only Work Profile enrolled devices are supported in Android Enterprise.
I would expect support for other Android Enterprise modes will be announced when they are launched.
Deploying Microsoft Defender ATP to your devices
Launch your Microsoft Endpoint Manager dashboard (http://endpoint.microsoft.com) then go to Apps, Android Apps and click the Add button.
Select Managed Google Play app and press Select
Search for Microsoft Defnder ATP Preview
This app has access to:Photos/Media/Files – read the contents of your USB storage – modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
Storage – read the contents of your USB storage – modify or delete the content of your USB storage
Wifi connection information – view WiFI connections
Other – receive data from internet – view network connections – draw over other apps – run at startup – full network access – prevent device from sleeping
Select Approve and Done
Microsoft Defender ATP Preview app will now be available and you will need to assign to your require devices.
Once the application is installed on your mobile, just run through the on-screen prompts.