Welcome to the one-hundred-and-forty-first (141st) edition of the Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight weekly Windows 365 news, free events, tips, and tricks from the world of the Cloud PC.

Within the Windows 365 Frontline service, there is a feature called “Concurrency buffer” which Dominiek Verham have spent some time on digging into and explaning a bit more in detail.

This means that 5 users can connect simultaneously to their Frontline Cloud PCs. But what would happen during a shift change and more users would need to sign into their Frontline Cloud PC? In this case the 6th connection would be denied. One of the active connections would have to sign out to free up a connection before another user can sign in to their personal Frontline Cloud PC.”

Check out Dominieks post here: The Frontline concurrency buffer explained – techlab.blog

Microsoft has put out a skills survey regarding Windows 365 and the skills IT professionals wish users knew.

Check out the survey here and add your thought: Windows 365 Skills Survey (office.com)

The May service update for Windows 365 was one of the more bigger updates in a while Krishna R have made a great summary of all the updates released as part of this service release.

Check out the full post here: Windows 365 Cloud PC 2405 May Update Service Release HTMD Blog (anoopcnair.com)

It’s great to see all the community content being produced! Make sure to use the #CloudPC and/or #Windows365 hashtag for us to easier find your post to include it in the newsletter!

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