I really enjoyed my time at the Dogfood Conference in Columbus on Friday. The attendees were great and my talk on OneDrive Sync was well attended. There were lots of questions, but I was still able to power through my slides and the demos. I want to express my thanks to the conference organizers and the attendees for the wonderful conference. I really enjoyed myself and I hope to be invited back to speak again next year.
I promised attendees that I would post the slides, so I’ve uploaded them here. If you didn’t get a chance to respond to the survey I posted you can also find a link to that here:
My wife and I really enjoyed our visit to Denver last week. The conference attendees were great and asked a lot of good questions at both of my sessions. It was a pleasure to feel that I was sharing information that people really wanted to learn about. It was even more exciting because this was my first chance to present under the logo of my own company. As you’ve probably seen on my web site I’ve left Blue Chip Consulting and launched my own one man firm under then name Don’t Pa..Panic Consulting. The Denver conference was just two weeks after deciding to go independent. So everything looked bright and shiny and new, to go with my new business cards.
The one thing that didn’t go well were the demos in my DLP talk. Despite checking them the night before, the SharePoint sites I was using for demos refused to load during my talk. I also tried demoing creating a new custom DLP policy and although that worked perfectly at 6:30 AM, when trying it for my talk PowerShell threw an error saying it couldn’t find the Exchange endpoint on the server. So I promised to spend some time this week recording the demos and making them available here. Note: I’m still working on the recordings, but they will be up soon.
I also promised to make my slides available, so I’ve uploaded them here. They are also available on the SharePoint Fest Denver site for attendees. If you have any follow-up questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can download a copy of the slides from each talk using the links below:
Demo1: Creating Compliance Policy & eDiscovery Centers
More Soon !
I really enjoyed my time at the Dogfood Conference in Columbus yesterday. The attendees were great and both of my talks were well received. I want to express my thanks to the conference organizers and the attendees for the wonderful conference. I really enjoyed myself this year and I hope to be invited back to speak again next year.
I had lots of attendees at both sessions who asked for the slides so I’ve uploaded them here. I’ve also sent them to the conference organizers. If you have any follow-up questions please email me at email@example.com. You can download a PDF of the slides from each talk using the links below:
I really enjoyed my time at the Dogfood Conference in Columbus last week. The attendees were great and all three of my talks were well received. I want to express my thanks to the conference organizers and the attendees for the wonderful conference. I really enjoyed myself this year and I hope to be invited back to speak again next year.
I had lots of attendees at both sessions who asked for the slides so I’ve uploaded them here. You can also get them from the conference. You can download a PDF of the slides from each talk using the links below:
This is the second in a series of posts that is reviewing details about how to manage External Sharing in Office 365. This post will cover the process of what happens from the time you fill in the sharing dialog to share a site or document with another user until that user accesses the site. For the purpose of this overview we won’t get into the specifics of how this process differs for an external user. We’ll cover that in the third installment of this series. If you haven’t read the first post in the series you can access it through the links below:
- Part 1 – A high level walk-through of how to configure external sharing starting with your O365 tenant and going down to an individual site collection.
- Part 2 – (This Post) How the process flow of sharing differs between sharing a site versus sharing a document and how Office 365 adjusts this experience
- Part 3 – How external sharing depends on the site collection access request list to manage permissions for an external sharing invitation
- Part 4 – How to use PowerShell to manage external users
How Sharing Works
To understand how external sharing works you first need to understand what happens when a user shares a document or site. In this post we’ll trace the process that SharePoint goes through whenever something is shared. We’ll take a look at what permissions are required to share a site or document and explain what the user experience is for a user who receives a sharing request. Along the way we’ll discover that there is a significant difference between the experience of the recipient when receiving an invitation to share a site versus share a specific document. We’ll also point out a potential difference in the experience between sharing in Office 365 versus an On-premises SharePoint environment. Note: we’ll dig more into the differences between SharePoint On-line and SharePoint On-premises in Part 3 of this series.
Sharing a Site
If you are the Site Collection Administrator (SCA) or Site Owner (SO) the process for sharing a site or a document is the same.