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Microsoft EMS Usergroup Presentation: EMS - Everybody Together Now!

I love talking to the local cloud community. These guys are a good bunch of folks that put their own time and resources to bring innovative and up-to-date content for everyone to see for free! Big shout of to Aaron, from Microsoft for the support.

This week I presented to the Microsoft Cloud User Group in Brisbane, Australia. We talked about EMS in a demo-heavy session!

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For this session we set vert ambitious targets in terms of demos. My opinion is that EMS is a fantastic but only through hands-on experience is how people realise the value proposition of this product. We ended up doing 40 minutes of demos with Q&A as needed. Great engagement!

BYOD Device Management and ATA Advanced Threat Analytics 

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Where Can I Get the Presentation Slides ?

If you’re interested in the slides, they are here: EMS Everybody Together now! – Microsoft Brisbane Cloud Usergroup

As always, feel free to reach out if you would like to know more.

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InfoPath on SharePoint Online error: “This form cannot be opened in a web browser. To open this form, use InfoPath”

Here’s an annoying error you might experience when using InfoPath Forms with Office 365 (SharePoint Online).

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So to save your time, let’s go straight to the solution:

Enable Form Rendering in the Office 365 Admin Console

Go to your Office 365 Portal (http://portal.office.com) and choose Admin console.

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Then Enable Form Templates Rendering for Browsers

You will see a warning about InfoPath being discontinued in the future, don’t worry about it for the moment, this is another discussion. For now, you just want to get this done.

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Re-publish Your InfoPath Form Again

Now, what you have to do is to:

  1. Close your browser session
  2. Republish your InfoPath Form

Note that at the end you will see Security Level: Domain. If you see this, it means it worked. Previously you would see Security Level: Restricted.

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That’s it! I hope this was helpful to you and saved you a couple of hours banging your head against the Surface keyboard Smile