2021 CW 30 Microsoft 365 Message Center changes

from 07/19/2021 to 07/25/2021

24 Office 365 Message Center Items were changed and 23 Office 365 Message Center Items were added

Please note: Only common Message Center messages are in this list you should always check your Message Center for additional messages

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Changes

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MC264090(Updated) Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge recommendation2021-07-30T07;00;00ZN/A

MC End Time changes

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MC256841(Updated) Updates to U.S. Social Security Number sensitive information type definition for improved accuracy2021-08-06T07;00;00Z2021-07-30T07;00;00ZN/A
MC260561(Updated) Admin notifications for Custom app submissions2021-08-17T07;00;00Z2021-09-17T07;00;00ZN/A
MC271070(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R22021-09-27T07;00;00Z2021-07-20T07;00;00Z08/20/2021
MC271071(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R22021-09-27T07;00;00Z2021-07-20T07;00;00Z08/20/2021
MC271073(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site gallery2021-10-11T07;00;00Z2021-07-20T07;00;00ZN/A
MC271076(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site gallery2021-10-11T07;00;00Z2021-07-20T07;00;00ZN/A
MC271077(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site gallery2021-10-11T07;00;00Z2021-07-20T07;00;00ZN/A
MC257026(Updated) Follow up to IT257168 ? Users unable to view passcode setup screen when enrolling devices through ADE2021-07-28T07;00;00Z2021-07-30T07;00;00ZN/A
MC268726(Updated) Real-time messaging protocol (RTMP) Streaming Support to Custom Endpoints2021-08-30T07;00;00Z2021-11-12T07;00;00ZN/A
MC249248(Updated) SharePoint site templates2021-08-31T07;00;00Z2021-09-30T07;00;00ZN/A
MC264090(Updated) Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge recommendation2021-09-14T07;00;00Z2021-08-12T07;00;00ZN/A

MC How Affect changes

MC IDMC TitleOld ValueNew ValueMC Action required by
MC267584(Updated) Microsoft Exchange Online - Configuration Change for online meetings by defaultOnce this feature rolls out, all meetings created in Outlook will be set to be online meetings by default. If you take no action, users enabled for Teams or Skype in your tenant will be set to have all of their meetings created as online meetings.
This only applies if a user is enabled for Teams or Skype. In a future update, we will add support for 3rd party online meeting add-ins, but we do not yet have a timeline for that update.
This will apply to meetings with at least one attendee other than the organizer, and meetings with a duration less than 24 hours.
Once this feature rolls out, all meetings created in Outlook will be set to be online meetings by default. If you take no action, users enabled for Teams or Skype for Business Online in your tenant will be set to have all of their meetings created as online meetings.
This only applies if a user is enabled for Teams or Skype for Business Online. In a future update, we will add support for 3rd party online meeting add-ins, but we do not yet have a timeline for that update.
This will apply to meetings with at least one attendee other than the organizer, and meetings with a duration less than 24 hours.
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MC222640(Updated) Microsoft Teams: meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePointThis change impacts your organization in several ways;
New featuresThe move to ODSP immediately unlocks long-awaited features including external and guest sharing, https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/compliance/apply-retention-labels-automatically retention policy application, GoLocal support, and BYOK support for customers. Improved transcription quality, speaker attribution, transcript content search, and other features to follow in CY2021.
Meeting storageNon-Channel meetings will be stored in the OneDrive of the person who clicked the record button in a special folder labeled ?Recordings? ? that sits at the top of the recorder?s OneDrive.
Channel meetings will be stored in a folder labeled ?Recordings? under a folder named after the channel under the Team?s document library.
PermissionsAll meeting invitees - except for external users ? in non-channel meetings will automatically get a shared link to access the meeting recording.
External users will need to be explicitly added to the shared list by the meeting organizer or the person that clicked the record button.
For Channel meetings, permissions will be inherited from the owners and members list in the channel.
Feature gapsTeams meeting recordings that are watched on OneDrive and SharePoint may have some feature gaps compared to Classic Stream (https://docs.microsoft.com/stream/streamnew/features-new-version-stream#what-features-are-unavailable-on-stream-on-sharepoint-compared-to-stream-classic-today see full list here). We are working to deliver the following features before the mandatory switch;
Ability to block download of non-channel meeting recording by default
Ability to block download of channel meeting recordings by default
Ability to ensure closed captions are available during the video playback by rolling out the following changes to https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams-blog/live-transcription-with-speaker-attribution-now-available-in/ba-p/2228817 Live Transcription in Teams meetings by August 2021;Live transcription to be available across all Office and Microsoft 365 license types, including; Academic A1/A3/A5, Enterprise E1/E3/E5, and Frontline F1/F3/F5 (currently just available to Enterprise E3/E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium customers).
Live transcription to be available across all meeting types; private, channel, and ad-hoc meetings (currently available to just private meetings).
Live transcription to always be generated when a user starts recording a meeting on desktop client (currently Live Transcription needs to be started separately from the recording).
This change impacts your organization in several ways;
New features
The move to ODSP immediately unlocks long-awaited features including external and guest sharing, https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/compliance/apply-retention-labels-automatically retention policy application, GoLocal support, and BYOK support for customers, with improved transcription quality, Teams-enabled speaker attribution, transcript content search, and other features to follow in CY2021.
Meeting storage
Non-Channel meetings will be stored in the OneDrive of the person who clicked the record button in a special folder labeled ?Recordings.?
Channel meetings will be stored in a folder labeled ?Recordings? under a SharePoint folder named after the channel under the Team?s document library. If block downloads is enabled, the video will be stored in a folder labeled ?View only? under this same file path.
Permissions
All meeting invitees - except for external users ? in non-channel meetings will automatically get a shared link to access the meeting recording.
External users will need to be explicitly added to the shared list by the meeting organizer or the person that clicked the record button.
o For Channel meetings, permissions will be inherited from the owners and members list in the channel. If block downloads is enabled, channel owners will have full rights on the recordings in this folder, but channel members will have read access without ability to download.

Important feature updates for block downloads, live transcription, and more;
Blocking the downloads of meeting recordings is now available in advance of the mandatory move to ODSP on August 16th.
Non-channel meeting recordings; has been rolled out and turned on by default for all recordings. (https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70543 Roadmap ID; 70543)
Channel meeting recordings; Admins are now able to https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/cloud-recording#bd-channel turn on this feature through a new Teams policy setting in PowerShell (https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82053 Roadmap ID; 82053)
Teams Live Transcription must be turned on during a meeting to ensure closed captions and transcripts are available in the recording playback.
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams-blog/live-transcription-with-speaker-attribution-now-available-in/ba-p/2228817 Teams Live Transcription with Speaker Attribution has now been expanded to all Office and Microsoft 365 license types, including; Academic A1/A3/A5, Enterprise E1/E3/E5, and Frontline F1/F3/F5 (previously only available to Enterprise E3/E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium customers). (https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82029 Roadmap ID; 82029)
Once admins enable the Teams policies to turn on meeting recording (https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/cloud-recording#turn-on-or-turn-off-cloud-recording AllowCloudRecording) and live transcription (https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/cloud-recording#turn-on-or-turn-off-recording-transcription AllowTranscription), live transcription will always be generated when a user clicks ?Start recording? on desktop client (currently live transcription needs to be started separately from the recording). This is being rolled out and targeting before August 16th cutover.
Live Transcription will also be available across all meeting types (currently available to just privately scheduled meetings). Live Transcription for channel ad-hoc meetings is being rolled out, but there is a chance that the rollout will complete end-August and may not be available for a brief period of 1-3 weeks after our August 16th cutover. (https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=81809 Roadmap ID; 81809 and https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=81808 Roadmap ID; 81808)

Users can now search and manage meeting recordings from the https://www.office.com/launch/stream?auth=2 new Stream start page (https://www.office.com/launch/stream?auth=2 preview).
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?searchterms=82039rtc=1filters=searchterms=82039 Coming soon; Watch recordings in the new Stream video player.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?searchterms=82057filters=searchterms=82057 Coming soon; View the transcript next to the meeting recording.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?searchterms=82057filters=searchterms=84580 Coming soon; Auto-expiration of meeting recordings.

08/16/2021

MC Messages changes

MC IDMC TitleOld ValueNew ValueMC Action required by
MC256841(Updated) Updates to U.S. Social Security Number sensitive information type definition for improved accuracyTo improve the accuracy of the U.S. Social Security Number (SSN) sensitive information type, we are making the following changes to its definition;
1. Three discreet confidence levels (High, Medium, and Low) depending on the level of accuracy. The three levels indicate the likelihood of a true positive considering the following;
When the SSN was issued. SSNs issued pre-2011 had relatively strong definition due to additional checks.
Whether the SSN are formatted (ddd dd dddd or ddd-dd-dddd) or unformatted (ddddddddd).
Whether a keyword is found in proximity to the SSN.
2. An additional pattern which does not require mandatory keywords in proximity to reduce false negatives. The current definition requires keywords like SSN or Social Security Number in proximity to the actual number, which can sometimes lead to valid numbers not being detected (i.e. in an Excel spreadsheet where the supporting keyword is present only in the header row).
3. Added intelligence to detect high volume SSNs in tabular data, like an Excel spreadsheet where keyword is present only in the header of the table. Use High confidence or Medium confidence in your policy for this. Please note that this requires at least one instance to be detected with a keyword in proximity.
See details of current definition vs. new definition below.
[When this will happen]
Rollout will begin in early June and is expected to be complete by early July 2021
Updated July 19, 2021; We have made the decision to make additional changes before we proceed with the rollout. To ensure that the your policies continue to behave as they do today without impacting the accuracy, we are delaying this release until we work on the necessary changes. We will send out another communication with the next updates. Thank you for your patience.

To improve the accuracy of the U.S. Social Security Number (SSN) sensitive information type, we are making the following changes to its definition;
1. Three discreet confidence levels (High, Medium, and Low) depending on the level of accuracy. The three levels indicate the likelihood of a true positive considering the following;
When the SSN was issued. SSNs issued pre-2011 had relatively strong definition due to additional checks.
Whether the SSN are formatted (ddd dd dddd or ddd-dd-dddd) or unformatted (ddddddddd).
Whether a keyword is found in proximity to the SSN.
2. An additional pattern which does not require mandatory keywords in proximity to reduce false negatives. The current definition requires keywords like SSN or Social Security Number in proximity to the actual number, which can sometimes lead to valid numbers not being detected (i.e. in an Excel spreadsheet where the supporting keyword is present only in the header row).
3. Added intelligence to detect high volume SSNs in tabular data, like an Excel spreadsheet where keyword is present only in the header of the table. Use High confidence or Medium confidence in your policy for this. Please note that this requires at least one instance to be detected with a keyword in proximity.
See details of current definition vs. new definition below.
[When this will happen]
We will communicate via Message center when we are ready to proceed.

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MC259924(Updated) Power Platform admin center cross-tenant analyticsThis new Microsoft Power Platform feature release will allow admins to view out of the box reports for usage, maker activity, and inventory of canvas and model-driven apps at the tenant and environment level.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82010 Roadmap ID 82010.
[When this will happen;]

This will rollout in late June.

Updated July 19, 2021; The Tenant Level Analytics preview is available. Please review; https://docs.microsoft.com/power-platform/admin/tenant-level-analytics Preview; Tenant-level analytics.

This new Microsoft Power Platform feature release will allow admins to view out of the box reports for usage, maker activity, and inventory of canvas and model-driven apps at the tenant and environment level.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82010 Roadmap ID 82010.
[When this will happen;]

This will rollout in late June.

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MC259926(Updated) Power Platform admin center Data Export to Azure Data Lake ServicesThis new feature enables organizations to build custom inventory reports and analytical views by enabling export of usage and inventory data for canvas and model-driven apps into customers? own instance of Azure Data Lake.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82012 Roadmap ID 82012.
[When this will happen;]
We will begin rolling this out in late June.
Updated July 19, 2021; The Export to Azure Data Lake preview is available. Please review; https://docs.microsoft.com/power-platform/admin/self-service-analytics Preview; Set up Microsoft Power Platform self-service analytics to export Power Apps inventory and usage data.

This new feature enables organizations to build custom inventory reports and analytical views by enabling export of usage and inventory data for canvas and model-driven apps into customers? own instance of Azure Data Lake.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82012 Roadmap ID 82012.
[When this will happen;]
We will begin rolling this out in late June.

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MC260561(Updated) Admin notifications for Custom app submissionsTo automate and simplify the approval process for custom apps this feature update will enable admins to receive a notification in a dedicated Teams channel when a developer submits a custom app for IT admin approval.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82512 Roadmap ID 82512.
[When this will happen;]
We will begin rolling this out in early July and expect to complete rollout mid-July.
Updated July 19, 2021; We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

To automate and simplify the approval process for custom apps this feature update will enable admins to receive a notification in a dedicated Teams channel when a developer submits a custom app for IT admin approval.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82512 Roadmap ID 82512.
[When this will happen;]
We will begin rolling this out in early July and expect to complete rollout mid-August (previously mid-July).

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MC267584(Updated) Microsoft Exchange Online - Configuration Change for online meetings by defaultWhether you?re working from home or meeting with people in other locations, we will be making a change so that all meetings created in Outlook will automatically be online to allow everyone to attend. This will rollout on desktop, web, mobile and Mac.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=81995 Roadmap ID 81995.
[When this will happen]
This will rollout starting in late August 2021 and will complete by late November.
Updated July 19, 2021; We have updated the content below for additional clarity. Thank you for your patience.

Whether you?re working from home or meeting with people in other locations, we will be making a change so that all meetings created in Outlook will automatically be online to allow everyone to attend. This will rollout on desktop, web, mobile and Mac.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=81995 Roadmap ID 81995.
[When this will happen]
This will rollout starting in late August 2021 and will complete by late November.

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MC271070(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2The OneDrive team is committed to bringing you the best, most secure experience possible across your devices. As such, we are ending support for the OneDrive Desktop application (sync client) on Windows Server 2008 R2 and focusing our resources on new technologies and supported operating systems.
Note; Extended support for Windows Server 2008 R2 ended in January 2020.
If you are not using the OneDrive sync client with https://docs.microsoft.com/lifecycle/products/windows-server-2008-r2 Windows Server 2008 R2 you can safely ignore this message.
[Key points;]
Timing; August 20th, 2021
Action; review and update impacted Windows Server 2008 R2 machines as appropriate.
Updated July 19, 2021; We apologize as this is a duplicate message of MC271072. This message will be removed. We apologize for any confusion.
The OneDrive team is committed to bringing you the best, most secure experience possible across your devices. As such, we are ending support for the OneDrive Desktop application (sync client) on Windows Server 2008 R2 and focusing our resources on new technologies and supported operating systems.
Note; Extended support for Windows Server 2008 R2 ended in January 2020.
If you are not using the OneDrive sync client with https://docs.microsoft.com/lifecycle/products/windows-server-2008-r2 Windows Server 2008 R2 you can safely ignore this message.
[Key points;]
Timing; August 20th, 2021
Action; review and update impacted Windows Server 2008 R2 machines as appropriate.
08/20/2021
MC271071(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2The OneDrive team is committed to bringing you the best, most secure experience possible across your devices. As such, we are ending support for the OneDrive Desktop application (sync client) on Windows Server 2008 R2 and focusing our resources on new technologies and supported operating systems.
Note; Extended support for Windows Server 2008 R2 ended in January 2020.
If you are not using the OneDrive sync client with https://docs.microsoft.com/lifecycle/products/windows-server-2008-r2 Windows Server 2008 R2 you can safely ignore this message.
[Key points;]
Timing; August 20th, 2021
Action; review and update impacted Windows Server 2008 R2 machines as appropriate.
Updated July 19, 2021; We apologize as this is a duplicate message of MC271072. This message will be removed. We apologize for any confusion.
The OneDrive team is committed to bringing you the best, most secure experience possible across your devices. As such, we are ending support for the OneDrive Desktop application (sync client) on Windows Server 2008 R2 and focusing our resources on new technologies and supported operating systems.
Note; Extended support for Windows Server 2008 R2 ended in January 2020.
If you are not using the OneDrive sync client with https://docs.microsoft.com/lifecycle/products/windows-server-2008-r2 Windows Server 2008 R2 you can safely ignore this message.
[Key points;]
Timing; August 20th, 2021
Action; review and update impacted Windows Server 2008 R2 machines as appropriate.
08/20/2021
MC271073(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryFollowing the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
Updated July 19, 2021; We apologize as this is a duplicate message of MC271079. This message will be removed. We apologize for any confusion.
Following the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
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MC271074(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryFollowing the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
Updated July 19, 2021; We apologize as this is a duplicate message of MC271079. This message will be removed. We apologize for any confusion.
Following the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
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MC271076(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryFollowing the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
Updated July 19, 2021; We apologize as this is a duplicate message of MC271079. This message will be removed. We apologize for any confusion.
Following the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
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MC271077(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryFollowing the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
Updated July 19, 2021; We apologize as this is a duplicate message of MC271079. This message will be removed. We apologize for any confusion.
Following the release of the modern experience to manage SharePoint enterprise content types, this release will update the experience to manage site content types as well. This update includes a new sync mechanism for content types that moves from a ?push everywhere? model to a ?pull as needed? model, making it faster and more reliable.
Once Standard Release rollout is complete, the gradual phasing out (retirement) of the old sync mechanism for content types will take place through September.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70795 Roadmap ID 70795.
[When this will happen;]
Targeted Release (entire org); rolling out from late July to early August.
Standard Release; rolling out from early August to late August.
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MC257026(Updated) Follow up to IT257168 ? Users unable to view passcode setup screen when enrolling devices through ADEUpdated May 19, 2021; We have updated this post for accuracy and to provide additional clarity. Thank you for your patience.
We recently posted IT257168 on your service health dashboard. Customers enrolling devices through Apple Device Enrollment (ADE) discovered that they couldn?t view the passcode screen and therefore setup a passcode during enrollment. Upon investigation with Apple, this is a known issue in the iOS/iPadOS release 14.5 and 14.5.1. There is a workaround, described below.
Updated July 21, 2021; Apple has resolved this issue in iOS/iPadOS 14.7 and higher, which is now available to update the device. Please move to iOS/iPadOS 14.7 and higher to avoid this known issue. Thank you for your patience.
We recently posted IT257168 on your service health dashboard. Customers enrolling devices through Apple Device Enrollment (ADE) discovered that they couldn?t view the passcode screen and therefore setup a passcode during enrollment. Upon investigation with Apple, this is a known issue in the iOS/iPadOS release 14.5 and 14.5.1. There is a workaround, described below.
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MC264092(Updated) Teams Follows Office PreviewWe are rolling out a new Teams policy that will allow users to automatically be in the Public Preview channel of Teams if they are in Current Channel Preview for the Office 365 Client.

IT admins can modify this policy for end users such that if Office is getting updates from Current Channel (Preview), Teams will receive updates via Public Preview.

This feature will be ON by default for all tenants with users in the Teams Current Channel.
[Key points]

Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=81704 Roadmap ID; 81704.

Timing; rollout will begin in mid-July and be complete by early August.The end users in your organization who are previewing on Office through Current Channel Preview, will start getting Teams Public Preview features if they are existing Teams users.

Roll-out; tenant level

Control type; admin control

Action; review, assess and disable if desired by July 24th.

Updated July 21, 2021; We have updated the content below to provide additional clarity. Thank you for your patience.
We are rolling out a new Teams policy that will allow users to automatically be in the Public Preview channel of Teams if they are in Current Channel Preview for the Office 365 Client.

IT admins can modify this policy for end users such that if Office is getting updates from Current Channel (Preview), Teams will receive updates via Public Preview.

This feature will be ON by default for all tenants with users in the Teams Current Channel.
[Key points]

Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=81704 Roadmap ID; 81704.

Timing; rollout will begin in mid-July and be complete by early August.The end users in your organization who are previewing on Office through Current Channel Preview, will start getting Teams Public Preview features if they are existing Teams users.

Roll-out; tenant level

Control type; admin control

Action; review, assess and disable if desired by July 24th.

07/24/2021
MC265763(Updated) Update Power BI Cmdlet module MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt to version 1.0.946Updated July 01, 2021; We have updated the content below for clarity. Thank you for your feedback.
On July 30, 2021you may encounter log-in issues if you haven't updated your Power BI cmdlets.
To avoid log-in failure, you will need to update Power BI Cmdlet module MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt to version 1.0.946 or greater prior to July 30, 2021.
We have made changes to the way the cmdlets talk to Azure Active Directory. As a result, MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt versions older than 1.0946 will error out during the login flow.
Updated July 21, 2021; We have updated the PowerShell content below to provide additional clarity. Thank you for your feedback.

On July 30, 2021you may encounter log-in issues if you haven't updated your Power BI cmdlets.
To avoid log-in failure, you will need to update Power BI Cmdlet module MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt to version 1.0.946 or greater prior to July 30, 2021.
We have made changes to the way the cmdlets talk to Azure Active Directory. As a result, MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt versions older than 1.0946 will error out during the login flow.

07/30/2021
MC268726(Updated) Real-time messaging protocol (RTMP) Streaming Support to Custom EndpointsMicrosoft Teams will support the ability for your users to stream their Teams meetings and webinars to large audiences through real-time messaging protocol (RTMP) including endpoints outside your organization.
This feature will rollout on desktop and Mac.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=83562 target=_blank style=background-color; rgb(255, 255, 255); font-family; sans-serif; font-weight; 400;;Roadmap ID 83562.
[When this will happen;]

Standard; We will begin rolling this out in mid-July and expect to complete rollout by late August.
Government; We will begin rolling this out in early September and expect to complete rollout by early October.

Updated July 21, 2021; We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.
Microsoft Teams will support the ability for your users to stream their Teams meetings and webinars to large audiences through real-time messaging protocol (RTMP) including endpoints outside your organization.
This feature will rollout on desktop and Mac.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=83562 Roadmap ID 83562.
[When this will happen;]

Standard; We will begin rolling this out in late August (previously mid-July) and expect to complete rollout by mid-October (previously late August).
Government; We will begin rolling this out in early September and expect to complete rollout by early October.

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MC270671(Updated) We're updating the Hybrid federated searchWe're making some changes to the Hybrid federated search. As part of search modernization in Microsoft 365 we?re updating the infrastructure used by SharePoint Server?s Hybrid federated search. As part of the process, customers who are using the Hybrid federated search with hybrid SharePoint deployments will need to update their configuration to continue using hybrid search with SharePoint Server and SharePoint Online.
If you are not actively using or have implemented the Hybrid federated search with on-premises SharePoint, you can safely ignore this communication.
[Key points]

Timing; By October 1, 2021 customers using the Hybrid federated search with SharePoint Server will need to update their configuration to continue using hybrid search features with SharePoint Online.

Roll-out; tenant level

Control type; admin control

Action; review, assess, and apply configuration change by October 1, 2021

Updated July 21, 2021; We have updated the content below to provided additional clarity. Thank you for your patience.
We're making some changes to the Hybrid federated search. As part of search modernization in Microsoft 365 we?re updating the infrastructure used by SharePoint Server?s Hybrid federated search. As part of the process, customers who are using the Hybrid federated search with hybrid SharePoint deployments will need to update their configuration to continue using hybrid search with SharePoint Server and SharePoint Online.
If you are not actively using or have implemented the Hybrid federated search with on-premises SharePoint, you can safely ignore this communication.
[Key points]

Timing; By October 1, 2021 customers using the Hybrid federated search with SharePoint Server will need to update their configuration to continue using hybrid search features with SharePoint Online.

Roll-out; tenant level

Control type; admin control

Action; review, assess, and apply configuration change by October 1, 2021

10/01/2021
MC222640(Updated) Microsoft Teams: meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePointUpdated May 26, 2021; To ensure the best possible experience for our users, we are delaying the mandatory move of Teams meeting recordings on OneDrive and SharePoint from July 7th to August 16th in order to ensure availability of transcript driven captions and the ability to block downloads. Please see the updated timeline below.
We?re changing the storage for new Teams meeting recordings to be stored on, and served from, OneDrive and SharePoint (ODSP) - instead of Microsoft Stream (Classic). Customers are able to opt in, opt out, or take no action with regard to these changes.
This change will apply to customers who either opt in or take no action following this announcement.
Key points;
Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID; https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=featureid=67138 67138
Timing;
October 19, 2020 (Complete) ? You can enable the Teams Meeting policy to have meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePoint instead of Microsoft Stream (Classic)
Rolling out starting January 7th, 2021 (Complete) ? All new Teams meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint unless you delay this change by modifying your organization?s Teams Meeting policies and explicitly setting them to ?Stream?. Seeing the policy reporting as Stream is not enough. You need to explicitly set the policy value to ?Stream?.
Rolling out incrementally starting August 16th, 2021 (previously July 7th) ? No new meeting recordings can be saved to Microsoft Stream (Classic); all customers (Enterprise and Education) will automatically have meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePoint even if they?ve changed their Teams meeting policies to ?Stream?. We recommend that customers roll this feature out before this date so that they can control the timing of the release.
Rollout; Tenant level
Control; https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/MicrosoftTeams/tmr-meeting-recording-change Admin via PowerShell
Updated July 22, 2021; This post has been updated with new information regarding the move of Teams meeting recordings being saved to OneDrive and SharePoint, which is on track starting August 16th, 2021.
We?re changing the storage for new Teams meeting recordings to be stored on, and served from, OneDrive and SharePoint (ODSP) - instead of Microsoft Stream (Classic).
[Key points;]
Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID; https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=featureid=67138 67138
Timing;
October 19, 2020 (Complete) ? You can enable the Teams Meeting policy to have meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePoint instead of Microsoft Stream (Classic)
Rolling out starting January 7th, 2021 (Complete) ? All new Teams meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint unless you delay this change by modifying your organization?s Teams Meeting policies and explicitly setting them to ?Stream?.
Rolling out incrementally starting August 16th, 2021 (previously July 7th) ? No new meeting recordings can be saved to Microsoft Stream (Classic); all customers (Enterprise and Education) will automatically have meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePoint even if they?ve changed their Teams meeting policies to ?Stream?. We recommend that customers roll this feature out before this date so that they can control the timing of the release.
Rollout; Tenant level
Control; https://docs.microsoft.com/MicrosoftTeams/tmr-meeting-recording-change Admin via PowerShell
08/16/2021
MC249248(Updated) SharePoint site templatesUpdated June 03, 2021; We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

This new SharePoint release of scenario-based site templates will help you expand what?s possible with content, pages, and web parts while helping you quickly get started building your own site. Each template contains pre-populated content and web parts that are fully customizable to meet the needs of your organization. This is rolling out on SharePoint Online and mobile.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70574 Roadmap ID 70574.
[When this will happen]
We will begin rolling out for Targeted Releases (selected users and organizations) in late June (previously May) and will complete for Standard Release in late July (previously late June).

Updated July 22, 2021; We have updated the rollout timeline below. Thank you for your patience.

This new SharePoint release of scenario-based site templates will help you expand what?s possible with content, pages, and web parts while helping you quickly get started building your own site. Each template contains pre-populated content and web parts that are fully customizable to meet the needs of your organization. This is rolling out on SharePoint Online and mobile.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=70574 Roadmap ID 70574.
[When this will happen]
We will begin rolling out for Targeted Releases (selected users and organizations) in late June (previously May) and will complete for Standard Release in late August (previously late July).

N/A
MC259925(Updated) Power Platform performance and diagnostics monitoring with Azure Application InsightsThis new feature enables organizations using model-driven apps and Microsoft Dataverse to monitor, diagnose, and troubleshoot errors and performance issues for Unified Interface form-loads, plug-ins, and platform API calls based off Dataverse telemetry made available in customer's own instance of Azure Application Insights.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82011 Roadmap ID 82011.
[When this will happen;]
We will begin rolling this out in late June.
Updated July 22, 2021; Power Platform performance and diagnostics monitoring with Azure Application Insights preview is available. Please review; https://docs.microsoft.com/power-platform/admin/analyze-telemetry Preview; Analyze model-driven apps and Microsoft Dataverse telemetry with Application Insights.

This new feature enables organizations using model-driven apps and Microsoft Dataverse to monitor, diagnose, and troubleshoot errors and performance issues for Unified Interface form-loads, plug-ins, and platform API calls based off Dataverse telemetry made available in customer's own instance of Azure Application Insights.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82011 Roadmap ID 82011.
[When this will happen;]
We will begin rolling this out in late June.

N/A
MC264090(Updated) Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge recommendationUpdated July 01, 2021; We have updated the content below to provide additional clarity. Thank you for your feedback.

This new release will enable some Windows 10 users, who are using Outlook on the web or Outlook for Windows, to see a clickable recommendation to visit the https://microsoftedge.microsoft.com/addons/detail/microsoft-outlook/kkpalkknhlklpbflpcpkepmmbnmfailf browser extension page for Outlook in Edge where they can choose to install the extension. This notification will be displayed in any Windows browser (i.e., Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.) and in Outlook for Windows.
Note; If you do not want your users to see the recommendations for the new Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge, you can opt-out of these for your organization.
Note; The recommendations for the new Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge will not be available to Microsoft 365 Government customers (GCC) at this time.
[Key points]

Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID; https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82036 82036.
Timing; Targeted release (entire org.) will begin and complete rollout in late July.
Standard release will begin and complete rollout in early August.

Roll-out; tenant level

Control type; Group Policy/Cloud Policy

Action; review, assess and take action to manage the recommendation as appropriate for your organization between now and July 30, 2021 if you don't want the banner to be visible in your organization.

Updated July 22, 2021; To those of you who provided feedback, thank you for taking the time to share your opinions! Based on your input, we are adjusting our approach to address the concerns.
Please note the following changes to the plan;
We will not be releasing the promotion of the Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge to our commercial customers.
The extension remains https://microsoftedgewelcome.microsoft.com/launch?url=https%3A%2F%2Faka.ms%2FOutlookExtension8 available in the Edge Add On store for those who choose to install it. We encourage you to recommend the extension to your users if you believe they will find productivity value in its use.The Microsoft Outlook browser extension brings you the power of mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks using an icon in Microsoft Edge. Quickly access your Outlook work account or your Outlook.com or Hotmail account without switching to another tab or app.
We recognize the feedback that most admins would like any promotion of the Outlook Extension to be ?opt-in.? We will consider such an approach for the future.
In the meantime, you do not need to take any action. The previously planned promotion will not be shown to your users at this time.

***Original Message center post below for reference***

This new release will enable some Windows 10 users, who are using Outlook on the web or Outlook for Windows, to see a clickable recommendation to visit the https://microsoftedge.microsoft.com/addons/detail/microsoft-outlook/kkpalkknhlklpbflpcpkepmmbnmfailf browser extension page for Outlook in Edge where they can choose to install the extension. This notification will be displayed in any Windows browser (i.e., Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.) and in Outlook for Windows.
Note; If you do not want your users to see the recommendations for the new Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge, you can opt-out of these for your organization.
Note; The recommendations for the new Microsoft Outlook Extension for Edge will not be available to Microsoft 365 Government customers (GCC) at this time.
[Key points]

Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID; https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=searchterms=82036 82036.
Timing; Targeted release (entire org.) will begin and complete rollout in late July.
Standard release will begin and complete rollout in early August.

Roll-out; tenant level

Control type; Group Policy/Cloud Policy

Action; review, assess and take action to manage the recommendation as appropriate for your organization between now and July 30, 2021 if you don't want the banner to be visible in your organization.

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MC MessageTagNames changes

MC IDMC TitleOld ValueNew ValueMC Action required by
MC256841(Updated) Updates to U.S. Social Security Number sensitive information type definition for improved accuracyAdmin impact,Updated message,User impactN/A
MC259924(Updated) Power Platform admin center cross-tenant analyticsAdmin impact,User impactAdmin impact,Updated message,User impactN/A
MC259926(Updated) Power Platform admin center Data Export to Azure Data Lake ServicesNew feature,User impactNew feature,Updated message,User impactN/A
MC260561(Updated) Admin notifications for Custom app submissionsAdmin impact,Feature updateAdmin impact,Feature update,Updated messageN/A
MC267584(Updated) Microsoft Exchange Online - Configuration Change for online meetings by defaultAdmin impact,New feature,User impactAdmin impact,New feature,Updated message,User impactN/A
MC271070(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2Admin impact,Retirement,User impactAdmin impact,Retirement,Updated message,User impact08/20/2021
MC271073(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryAdmin impact,New feature,RetirementAdmin impact,New feature,Retirement,Updated messageN/A
MC271074(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryAdmin impact,New feature,RetirementAdmin impact,New feature,Retirement,Updated messageN/A
MC271076(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryAdmin impact,New feature,RetirementAdmin impact,New feature,Retirement,Updated messageN/A
MC271077(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryAdmin impact,New feature,RetirementAdmin impact,New feature,Retirement,Updated messageN/A
MC264092(Updated) Teams Follows Office PreviewAdmin impact,Feature updateAdmin impact,Feature update,Updated message07/24/2021
MC268726(Updated) Real-time messaging protocol (RTMP) Streaming Support to Custom EndpointsAdmin impact,New feature,User impactAdmin impact,New feature,Updated message,User impactN/A
MC270671(Updated) We're updating the Hybrid federated searchAdmin impact,User impactAdmin impact,Updated message,User impact10/01/2021
MC259925(Updated) Power Platform performance and diagnostics monitoring with Azure Application InsightsNew feature,User impactNew feature,Updated message,User impactN/A

MC prepare changes

MC IDMC TitleOld ValueNew ValueMC Action required by
MC267584(Updated) Microsoft Exchange Online - Configuration Change for online meetings by defaultIf you want all the meetings in your organization to be online by default, there is nothing you need to do. You might want to notify your users about this new capability and update your training and documentation as appropriate.
If you don't want all the meetings in your organization to be online by default, you will need to disable this feature using PowerShell and set the OnlineMeetingsByDefaultEnabled parameter to $false. If you want your organization to have online meetings by default except for a few individual users, you can also disable this feature per mailbox using the Set-MailboxCalendarConfiguration cmdlet.
Please click Additional Information for a link to the Set-OrganizationConfig cmdlet.
If you want all the meetings in your organization to be online by default, there is nothing you need to do. You might want to notify your users about this new capability and update your training and documentation as appropriate.
If you don't want all the meetings in your organization to be online by default, you will need to disable this feature using PowerShell. If you check your current organization settings, you?ll notice that PowerShell returns the organization?s effective setting value. The current default ? if the organization has never explicitly configured this setting ? is $false. Thus, if you run the cmdlet today, you will see $false unless you had explicitly changed the value to $true.
This update will change the default value to $true. So, if you have explicitly configured this to $false in the past, that value is locked in and will continue to be $false even after this update. If you have never explicitly configured this setting, you will see $false currently and that will change to $true with this update. However, if you explicitly set the value to $false before this update, it will remain as $false even after the update. To summarize, this change only changes the default value for organizations that have never explicitly changed this setting. If you have already configured this setting in the past, its value will not change with this update.
You can also disable this feature per mailbox using the Set-MailboxCalendarConfiguration cmdlet, which has similar default value logic. Please click Additional Information for a link to the Set-OrganizationConfig cmdlet.
N/A
MC264092(Updated) Teams Follows Office PreviewThis policy can be managed via the Teams Admin Center ; Teams ; Update Policies. You can also use PowerShell to update this setting (CsTeamsUpdateManagementPolicy).

This follow Office preview setting is enabled by default for all users in your tenant. If you wish to disable this setting, please go to the Teams Admin Center to do so (or use PowerShell).
If you already have users who you have allowed to opt-in/opt-out of Public Preview and wish to maintain that setting in its current form, you will need to go to the Teams Admin Center to switch from the new default, ?FollowOfficePreview? to ?Enabled? (or use PowerShell).

This policy can be managed via the Teams Admin Center ; Teams ; Update Policies. (Note; If the setting was not available to you in Teams Admin Center before, it is available now)
You can also use PowerShell to update this setting (CsTeamsUpdateManagementPolicy).
Here is an example cmdlet to set the Teams global policy to follow the Office preview via PowerShell;
Set-CsTeamsUpdateManagementPolicy -Identity Global -AllowPublicPreview FollowOfficePreview

The policy is set to ?FollowOfficePreview? by default for all users in your tenant. If you wish to disable this setting, please go to the Teams Admin Center to do so (or use PowerShell).
If you already have users who you have allowed to opt-in/opt-out of Public Preview and wish to maintain that setting in its current form, you will need to go to the Teams Admin Center to switch from the new default, ?FollowOfficePreview? to ?Enabled? (or use PowerShell).

07/24/2021
MC265763(Updated) Update Power BI Cmdlet module MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt to version 1.0.946This change will start to roll out on July 30th, so please upgrade your MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt version before that date to avoid any disruptions.
To find out what version of the module you have, run this command in Windows PowerShell;
PS C;\windows\system32; Find-Module -Name MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt

VersionNameRepositoryDescription-----------------------------------------------1.2.0MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt PSGalleryMicrosoft Power BI PowerShell - All cmdlets for Microsoft Power BINote; If the version number is equal or greater than 1.0946, then no action is required or needed.
Before this change takes effect, you will need to update the module by simply opening the Windows PowerShell (admin), and executing the following command;
Update-Module -Name MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt.

This change will start to roll out on July 30th, so please upgrade your MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt version before that date to avoid any disruptions.
To find out what version of the module you have, run this command in Windows PowerShell;
PS C;\windows\system32; Get-InstalledModule -Name MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt

VersionNameRepositoryDescription-----------------------------------------------1.2.0MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt PSGalleryMicrosoft Power BI PowerShell - All cmdlets for Microsoft Power BINote; If the version number is equal or greater than 1.0946, then no action is required or needed.
Before this change takes effect, you will need to update the module by simply opening the Windows PowerShell (admin), and executing the following command;
Update-Module -Name MicrosoftPowerBIMgmt.

07/30/2021
MC270671(Updated) We're updating the Hybrid federated searchTo apply the configuration change, please download the https://www.microsoft.com/download/103240 configuration script.
From the directory where the script was downloaded, run Update-FederatedHybridSearchForM365.ps1 -HybridWebApp [YourHybridWebApplication] [-Force].

For more information on the parameter values please run the following command;

Get-Help .\Update-FederatedHybridSearchForM365.ps1

Please click Additional Information to learn more.

To apply the configuration change, please download the https://www.microsoft.com/download/103240 configuration script.
From the directory where the script was downloaded, run Update-FederatedHybridSearchForM365.ps1 -HybridWebApp [YourHybridWebApplication] [-Force].

For more information on the parameter values please run the following command;

Get-Help .\Update-FederatedHybridSearchForM365.ps1

Please click Additional Information to learn more.
Review; https://docs.microsoft.com/sharepoint/hybrid/plan-hybrid-federated-search Plan hybrid federated search for SharePoint Server

10/01/2021
MC222640(Updated) Microsoft Teams: meeting recordings saved to OneDrive and SharePointRolling out incrementally beginning August 16, 2021; All meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint. We recommend that customers roll out the feature https://docs.microsoft.com/MicrosoftTeams/tmr-meeting-recording-change#set-up-the-meeting-recording-option-for-onedrive-for-business-and-sharepoint via their Teams policy in PowerShell before this date to control the timing of the release.

Additionally, customers who wish to have closed captions for Teams meeting recordings will need to https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/meeting-policies-in-teams#allow-transcription turn on the Live Transcription policy.
Learn more; https://docs.microsoft.com/MicrosoftTeams/tmr-meeting-recording-change Use OneDrive for Business and SharePoint or Stream for meeting recordings

Rolling out incrementally beginning August 16, 2021; All meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint. We recommend that customers roll out the feature https://docs.microsoft.com/MicrosoftTeams/tmr-meeting-recording-change#set-up-the-meeting-recording-option-for-onedrive-for-business-and-sharepoint via their Teams policy in PowerShell before this date to control the timing of the release.

Customers who wish to have closed captions for Teams meeting recordings will need to https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/meeting-policies-in-teams#allow-transcription turn on the Live Transcription policy.
Customers who wish to have block downloads of channel meeting recordings will need to https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/cloud-recording#bd-channel turn on the ChannelRecordingDownload policy.
Learn more; https://docs.microsoft.com/MicrosoftTeams/tmr-meeting-recording-change Use OneDrive for Business and SharePoint or Stream for meeting recordings

08/16/2021

MC Title changes

MC IDMC TitleOld ValueNew ValueMC Action required by
MC256841(Updated) Updates to U.S. Social Security Number sensitive information type definition for improved accuracyUpdates to U.S. Social Security Number sensitive information type definition for improved accuracy(Updated) Updates to U.S. Social Security Number sensitive information type definition for improved accuracyN/A
MC259924(Updated) Power Platform admin center cross-tenant analyticsPower Platform admin center cross-tenant analytics(Updated) Power Platform admin center cross-tenant analyticsN/A
MC259926(Updated) Power Platform admin center Data Export to Azure Data Lake ServicesPower Platform admin center Data Export to Azure Data Lake Services(Updated) Power Platform admin center Data Export to Azure Data Lake ServicesN/A
MC260561(Updated) Admin notifications for Custom app submissionsAdmin notifications for Custom app submissions(Updated) Admin notifications for Custom app submissionsN/A
MC267584(Updated) Microsoft Exchange Online - Configuration Change for online meetings by defaultMicrosoft Exchange Online - Configuration Change for online meetings by default(Updated) Microsoft Exchange Online - Configuration Change for online meetings by defaultN/A
MC271070(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R208/20/2021
MC271071(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2(Updated) OneDrive sync client will no longer be supported on Windows Server 2008 R208/20/2021
MC271073(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryContent type sync enhancements and site gallery(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryN/A
MC271074(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryContent type sync enhancements and site gallery(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryN/A
MC271076(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryContent type sync enhancements and site gallery(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryN/A
MC271077(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryContent type sync enhancements and site gallery(Updated) Content type sync enhancements and site galleryN/A
MC264092(Updated) Teams Follows Office PreviewTeams Follows Office Preview(Updated) Teams Follows Office Preview07/24/2021
MC268726(Updated) Real-time messaging protocol (RTMP) Streaming Support to Custom EndpointsReal-time messaging protocol (RTMP) Streaming Support to Custom Endpoints(Updated) Real-time messaging protocol (RTMP) Streaming Support to Custom EndpointsN/A
MC270671(Updated) We're updating the Hybrid federated searchWe're updating the Hybrid federated search(Updated) We're updating the Hybrid federated search10/01/2021
MC259925(Updated) Power Platform performance and diagnostics monitoring with Azure Application InsightsPower Platform performance and diagnostics monitoring with Azure Application Insights(Updated) Power Platform performance and diagnostics monitoring with Azure Application InsightsN/A

MC Workload Display Names changes

MC IDMC TitleOld ValueNew ValueMC Action required by
MC267954New Microsoft Defender for Endpoint recommendations in Microsoft Secure ScoreMicrosoft 365 suite,Microsoft Defender for EndpointMicrosoft 365 suiteN/A
MC271769Power Platform data loss prevention policies ? New capabilities announcedDynamics 365 Apps,Microsoft Power Automate,Power AppsDynamics 365 Apps,Microsoft Power AutomateN/A
MC271769Power Platform data loss prevention policies ? New capabilities announcedDynamics 365 Apps,Microsoft Power AutomateDynamics 365 Apps,Microsoft Power Automate,Power AppsN/A
MC266261SharePoint Syntex site template for model evaluationSharePoint OnlineSharePoint Online,SharePoint SyntexN/A
MC260554The device code flow user experience will now include an app confirmation promptIdentity Service,Microsoft Intune,Mobile Device Management for Office 365Identity Service,Mobile Device Management for Office 365N/A
MC266261SharePoint Syntex site template for model evaluationSharePoint Online,SharePoint SyntexSharePoint OnlineN/A
MC260554The device code flow user experience will now include an app confirmation promptIdentity Service,Mobile Device Management for Office 365Identity Service,Microsoft Intune,Mobile Device Management for Office 365N/A
MC267954New Microsoft Defender for Endpoint recommendations in Microsoft Secure ScoreMicrosoft 365 suiteMicrosoft 365 suite,Microsoft Defender for EndpointN/A
MC271769Power Platform data loss prevention policies ? New capabilities announcedDynamics 365 Apps,Microsoft Power Automate,Power AppsDynamics 365 Apps,Microsoft Power AutomateN/A

CW30 New Office 365 Message Center items

MC IDMC TitleMC CategoryMC WorkloadMC Major ChangeMC Action required by
MC271481(Updated) Announcing self-service purchase capabilities for Windows 365Plan For ChangeMicrosoft 365 suiteTrueN/A
MC271482(Updated) Announcing self-service purchase capabilities for Windows 365Plan For ChangeMicrosoft 365 suiteTrueN/A
MC271483Announcing self-service purchase capabilities for Windows 365Plan For ChangeMicrosoft 365 suiteTrueN/A
MC271629Outlook on the web - Project Moca migrating to Outlook board viewPlan For ChangeExchange OnlineFalseN/A
MC271632Registration available for View Only AttendeesPlan For ChangeMicrosoft TeamsFalseN/A
MC271769Power Platform data loss prevention policies ? New capabilities announcedStay InformedDynamics 365 Apps, Microsoft Power AutomateFalseN/A
MC271857Dynamics 365 ? Service Update 21073 for EURStay InformedDynamics 365 AppsFalseN/A
MC271891Known Issue: Blank screen on launch of Android LOB apps using Intune App SDK Xamarin BindingsPrevent or Fix IssuesMicrosoft IntuneFalseN/A
MC271911Variable playback speed for Teams meeting recordingsStay InformedOneDrive for BusinessFalseN/A
MC271919New default native notification setting for new Teams usersPlan For ChangeMicrosoft TeamsFalseN/A
MC272078Evolving the Microsoft Store for Business and EducationPlan For ChangeMicrosoft 365 suiteFalseN/A
MC272080Reminder: Microsoft 365 apps and services ending support on IE11 beginning August 17, 2021Plan For ChangeMicrosoft 365 Apps, Microsoft 365 suiteFalseN/A
MC272106Updates available for Microsoft 365 Apps for Current ChannelStay InformedMicrosoft 365 AppsFalseN/A
MC272167Pin a chat messageStay InformedMicrosoft TeamsFalseN/A
MC272169Download quarantined files now availablePlan For ChangeMicrosoft Defender for EndpointTrueN/A
MC272171PSTN Service Desk email support transitionPlan For ChangeMicrosoft TeamsFalseN/A
MC272174Plan for Change: Temporarily disabling in-app feedback from Company Portal and Intune appStay InformedMicrosoft IntuneFalseN/A
MC272176Plan for Change: Removing Threat agent status report from UIPlan For ChangeMicrosoft IntuneFalseN/A
MC272323Introducing Performance Insights (preview) for Model-driven appsStay InformedPower AppsFalseN/A
MC272447New Side-by-side and Reporter Presenter modes with desktop and window sharingStay InformedMicrosoft TeamsFalseN/A
MC272450Sender-recipient pair receiving limits in Microsoft Office 365Plan For ChangeExchange OnlineTrueN/A
MC272451Image Tags in SharePointPlan For ChangeSharePoint OnlineFalseN/A
MC272885Attachments for messages with Data Privacy TagStay InformedMicrosoft 365 suiteFalseN/A

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