Welcome to the Eighty-Seventh (87th) Windows 365 Community newsletter!
We highlight weekly Windows 365 news, free events, tips, and tricks from the world of the Cloud PC. 

Let’s have a look at what’s new this week.

Using alternate ANCs in your Windows 365 provisioning policy

Niall Brady has written added a new post about the ability to use alternate Azure Network Connections (ANC) when provisioning Cloud PCs. He also details the provisioning policy and usage.

Read the post by Niall here: Using alternate ANCs in your Windows 365 provisioning policy

Custom PowerShell Log Analytics for Windows 365 Monitoring Part 1

Maxton (Max) Allen has written a great series about Log Analytics for Windows 365 Monitoring post about securing Windows 365 beyond passwords.

Discover the latest advancements in my PowerShell Log Analytics journey, as Max introduce a new series dedicated to Microsoft Windows 365 (Cloud PC) monitoring

Read the post by Max here: Custom PowerShell Log Analytics for Windows 365 Monitoring Part 1: Overview Introduction:

Custom name for Cloud PC

Ola Ström has written another great post, this time about Custom names for Cloud PCs

Looking to configure Cloud PC naming? Ola’s article has got you covered. Learn how to create a new provisioning policy or modify an existing one to manage your naming settings. Keep in mind that this feature is turned off by default in existing policies and requires manual activation for new ones.

Read the post by Ola here: Custom name for Cloud PC

Windows 365 Frontline available in public preview

Sam Tulimat from Microsoft has announced that Windows 365 Frontline is now in public preview
Learn how Windows 365 Frontline helps simplify provisioning for IT.

Read the post by Sam here: Windows 365 Frontline available in public preview

Windows in the Cloud
An insider’s look at Windows 365

Colby Hanley and Sam Tulimat will be hosting the next episode on the 12 of April

Expand Cloud PCs to new workers and new scenarios. Learn more about the newest Windows 365 solution for organizations of all sizes to help equip more employees with Cloud PCs for less.

Read more and signup here: Learn how Windows 365 is enabling new ways to work

That wraps up this week’s newsletter! We hope you found the content informative and engaging. If you’d like to have your blog post featured in an upcoming edition, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re always looking for valuable insights and perspectives to share with our readers. Until next week, stay tuned for more exciting updates, and happy reading!

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