Microsoft Roadmap, messagecenter en blogs updates van 29-03-2024

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29-March-2024 Below you will find a collection of news published yesterday. This news consists of Microsoft’s Roadmap when it is updated it will be below with items. Then there will be a section with the message center, if there is anything new there, this will be automatically included. And it contains a piece from blogs that I follow myself and would like to share with you. If I miss something in the blogs that do have an RSS feed, please let me know.

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The blogs of this day are:

Maximize Security with Copilot: Is Your Tenant Ready?van IT_Integral
Maximize Insights: Optimize Power BI Reports with Dynamic Subscriptionsvan IT_Integral
New! Windows Autopilot Public Preview for Teams Roomsvan IT_Integral
New SharePoint Update: Get Column Prompts – Must-See!van IT_Integral
Public preview of SharePoint Framework 1.19 – First release of upcoming featuresvan @Microsoft365Dev
Maximize Microsoft 365 with Copilot: Essential Tipsvan IT_Integral
Prompt of the week #1 – Catch up on the day and prepare for tomorrowvan IT_Integral
Search-Mailbox is no longer available in Exchange Onlinevan  Vasil Michev
Streamlining User Management with the EntraExternalToInternalSwitch PowerShell Scriptvan @ShaunHardneck
How to invite users to the SharePoint Site without making them a member of the Team or Groupvan @gregoryzelfond
I LOVE Loop: Organize Projects, Tasks and Planningvan IT_Integral
It’s SharePoint’s Birthday Today!van @VeroniquePalmer
Power BI Update: Expand and Collapse Visual Calculationsvan IT_Integral
How to Convert External Users to Internal Microsoft Entra Users: A Step-by-Step Guidevan @ShaunHardneck
Step-by-Step Guide: Newsletter App Creation in Power Appsvan IT_Integral
Create AI-Driven Actions with Power Automate Desktopvan IT_Integral
Cross-Tenant Access Settings – Unable to find Tenantvan @thomaspoett
Bot Powered Viva Connections extensibility supported for Teams Solutionsvan @Microsoft365Dev
Developing custom plugins for the Microsoft’s Dev Proxyvan @eliostruyf
All About Microsoft 365 Tenant Identifiersvan @12Knocksinna
Managing Exclusions for Microsoft Security Solutionsvan @practical365
{Customer Insights} Personalize experiences without code using Optimizely customer insights datavan @UK365GUY
Modern, refreshed look and feel for model-driven apps on by defaultvan @MSPowerApps
Caching Dev Proxy in your GitHub Actions workflowsvan @eliostruyf
Master Copilot: Tips for Fetching Links from Tablesvan IT_Integral
Dev Proxy v0.16 with simulated handling Teams Admin Center notifications for Microsoft Graph connectorsvan @Microsoft365Dev
Streamlining User Management with the EntraExternalToInternalSwitch PowerShell Scriptvan @ShaunHardneck
It’s SharePoint’s Birthday Today!van @VeroniquePalmer

Office 365 Roadmap Updated: 2024-03-28

Additions : 0
Updates : 2

More Details At:

Updated FeaturesCurrent StatusUpdate Type
Microsoft Viva: New app called Microsoft Viva SalesCancelledStatus, Description
Skype for Business: Microsoft Teams Skype to Teams Call Queue callingCancelledStatus, Description

Office 365 Roadmap Updated: 2024-03-29

Items from the MessageCenter in Microsoft 365

(Updated) Remove Custom Script setting in OneDrive and SharePoint
Category:SharePoint Online OneDrive for Business

Updated March 28, 2024: Setting Custom scripts setting for a site in SharePoint tenant admin center will be fully available by early-April (Previously March).

PowerShell command (DelayDenyAddAndCustomizePagesEnforcement) to delay the change will be fully available by mid- April (Previously March).

The enforcement to set NoScriptSite to True for all existing SharePoint sites and OneDrive sites if DelayDenyAddAndCustomizePagesEnforcement is not set to True will start late-April and be completed by early-May (Previously March)

There are changes happening to Custom script settings between April and May 2024 (Previously March).

  • The Custom Script setting, which determines if users can execute custom scripts on personal sites and self-service created sites will be removed by early-May (Previously March).

    This setting is currently located in the SharePoint Admin Center, under Settings -> Classic Settings.

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  • A new PowerShell command, “DelayDenyAddAndCustomizePagesEnforcement”, has been introduced. This command is available in the SharePoint Online Management Shell version 16.0.24524.12000, or above which allows delay of the change to custom script set on the Tenant until mid-November 2024 (previously May).

    Note: that while this cmdlet is available in the latest management shell, running the cmdlet will result in an error (The requested operation is part of an experimental feature that is not supported in the current environment) until Mid-April 2024 (Previously March) when the settings are shipped.

    * False (default) – for site collections where administrators enabled the ability to add custom script, SharePoint will revoke that ability within 24 hours from the last time this setting was changed.

    * True – All changes performed by administrators to custom script settings are preserved. When the value is set to true, a banner shows in the active sites list of the SharePoint admin center informing that changes to custom scripts are permanent.

    Set-SPOTenant -DelayDenyAddAndCustomizePagesEnforcement $True

    Please be aware that the new PowerShell command will only be accessible until mid-November 2024 (previously May). Post that period, on SharePoint sites if administrators wish to continue using features that are only available when unmanaged custom scripts are permitted to run, they will need to re-enable the running of custom scripts every 24 hours. This option does not impact existing custom scripts.

  • The NoScriptSite setting will be configured to True for all existing SharePoint sites and OneDrive sites except for below mentioned sites templates.

    BLANKINTERNETCONTAINER#0 = Classic Publishing Portal site

    CMSPUBLISHING#0 = Publishing Site

    BLANKINTERNET#0 = Publishing Site

    GROUP#0 = Team site

    APPCATALOG#0 = App Catalog

    CSPCONTAINER#0 = CSP Container

  • The execution of existing scripts in OneDrive and SharePoint sites will remain unaffected.
  • There will not be an option to enable custom script on OneDrive sites once the delay set using DelayDenyAddAndCustomizePagesEnforcement ends in mid-November 2024 (previously May).
  • Customers will retain the ability to permit the execution of custom scripts on specific SharePoint sites using the Set-SPOSite <SiteURL> -DenyAddAndCustomizePages PowerShell command or from the Active sites page in the SharePoint Admin Center.

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    Any modifications made to a site will be automatically reverted to False status within 24 hours, unless the new PowerShell command “DelayDenyAddAndCustomizePagesEnforcement” is used prior to mid-November 2024 (previously May). After mid-November, the 24 hour reversion will occur regardless of this setting. 

[When this will happen:]

The Custom Script setting from SharePoint admin center will be removed early-May (Previously March).

The new PowerShell command will be available by mid-April (Previously March).

[How this will affect your organization:]

When this Custom Script setting is removed, you will no longer be able to add, modify or remove scripts within OneDrive and SharePoint sites unless administrators temporarily allow that by turning the setting on specific sites. This will not impact the ability to execute existing scripts in OneDrive and SharePoint sites. 

[What you need to do to prepare:]

No extensions will be granted beyond the mentioned period.

It may be beneficial to inform all site owners about this modification and make necessary updates to your training materials and documentation accordingly.

Review the following for additional information: Allow or prevent custom script

Microsoft Clipchamp: Remove pauses and silences in your videos
Category:Microsoft 365 for the web Microsoft 365 apps

Coming soon: Automatically find and delete unwanted silences and pauses longer than 3 seconds in video and audio with silence removal, a new smart AI-powered feature in Microsoft Clipchamp. Silence removal is currently free to use in preview. After the preview, silence removal may be available as part of a premium subscription.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 383137.

[When this will happen:]

Public Preview: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 and expect to complete by early July 2024.

General Availability (Worldwide): We will begin rolling out early July 2024 and expect to complete by mid-July 2024.

[How this will affect your organization:]

Silence removal is part of the Clipchamp editor. Silence removal eliminates pauses in speech that are longer than 3 seconds. Users can remove all pauses at once with a single click or review each pause and decide which to remove.

[What you need to do to prepare:]

This rollout will happen automatically by the specified date with no admin action required. You may want to notify your users about this change and update any relevant documentation as appropriate.

For users: How to use silence removal – Microsoft Support

Microsoft Purview Communication Compliance – Enhanced investigation and remediation experience
Category:Microsoft 365 suite

Introducing enhancements to the Microsoft Purview Communication Compliance investigation and remediation workflows to facilitate better-informed actions on policy matches. Enhancements include bulk policy exports, interactive how-to demos, and banners displaying the keywords/conditions flagged in a policy match.

Microsoft Purview Communication Compliance provides the tools to help organizations detect regulatory compliance violations, e.g. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), such as sensitive or confidential information, harassing or threatening language, and sharing of adult content. Built with privacy by design, usernames are pseudonymized by default, role-based access controls are built in, investigators are opted in by an admin, and audit logs are in place to help ensure user-level privacy.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap IDs 124929, 124976

[When this will happen:] 

Worldwide, GCC, GCC High, DoD: We will begin rolling out late March 2024 and expect to complete by early April 2024.

[How this will affect your organization:]

These enhancements will be available to designated Communication Compliance admins and investigators with the appropriate role-based access control permissions. Investigators and admins can experience a more efficient and informative policy triage experience with these upcoming enhancements. The screenshots below indicate how features will appear in product.

Banner showing which trainable classifiers or sensitive information types flagged a message

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Exporting policy matches

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[What you need to do to prepare:]

Enhancements to investigation and remediation workflows will be visible in all policies when this new feature is rolled out to a tenant. You may want to update any relevant documentation as appropriate.

Updates available for Microsoft 365 Apps for Current Channel
Category:Microsoft 365 apps

We've released updates to the following update channel for Microsoft 365 Apps:

  • Current Channel

[When this will happen:]

We'll be gradually rolling out this update of Microsoft 365 Apps to users on that update channel starting March 28th, 2024 (PST).

[How this will affect your organization:]

If your Microsoft 365 Apps clients are configured to automatically update from the Office Content Delivery Network (CDN), then no action is required.

If you manage updates directly you can now download this latest update and begin deployment.

[What you need to do to prepare:]

To get more details about this update view the following release notes:

Dynamics 365 Customer Voice – Customer Voice surveys domain update
Category:Dynamics 365 Apps
Starting on May 1, 2024, the short URL domain used to send Customer Voice surveys will be updated from ‘https://[region][10-digit code]’ to ‘https://[region][10-digit code]’.

How does this affect me?
This update will cause all newly generated URLs made after May 1, 2024, to use the new domain. All existing Customer Voice survey short URLs using the current domain will continue to function until June 30, 2024.

What do I need to do to prepare?
If your network firewall or email security requires you to allow the listing of new URLS, please update your allowlist to include the new domain before May 1, 2024.

Please contact Microsoft Support and reference ICM487267238 if you need further assistance.

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