Welcome to the hundred-and-first (101st) 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.
Windows in the Cloud: What’s next in end user experiences for Windows 365
When it comes to using Windows 365 Cloud PCs, our engineering teams strive to deliver new features that bring the power of cloud to the familiarity of the local Windows experience. Let’s walk through the latest enhancements for Cloud PCs and showcase the work our engineering teams have been doing “under the hood” to enhance productivity no matter where people work.
Join us here: What’s next in end user experiences for Windows 365
Windows 365 web client can now use the local PC’s web camera
Niall C. Brady is an Enterprise Mobility MVP. He’s written a great blog post about the new Windows 365 web client camera support.
“In the latest Windows 365 update from Microsoft, they’ve added a long-awaited and desired feature, the ability to use the local PC’s web camera in your Cloud PC via the web client.“
Read the post by Niall here: Windows 365 web client can now use the local PC’s web camera
Allow Camera Access on Windows 365 Cloud PC
Do you want to know how to allow camera access on your Windows 365 Cloud PC? No worries, the HTMD Community got you covered with a blog post.
“This post walks you through the newly added feature Camera Access on Windows 365 Cloud PC. Camera access is an important feature for many users, especially in remote work, virtual meetings, and video conferencing.“
Read more here: Allow Camera Access on Windows 365 Cloud PC
Windows 365 2307 New Features and Updates | Cloud PC
The HTMD Community has written an article about the latest Windows 365 Cloud PC features.
“Let’s look at the latest service release of Windows 365 2307. This is the July update for Windows 365 Cloud PC service from Microsoft. Windows 365 is the SaaS solution from Microsoft, providing Desktops in the Cloud (aka DaaS – Desktop as a Service).“
Read more here: Windows 365 2307 New Features and Updates | Cloud PC
Windows 365 – Moving a Cloud PC
Paul Winstanley is an Enterprise Mobility MVP. He’s written a great blog post about how to move your Cloud PC to the France Central region. – ah oui, des croissants! 🥐
“As part of the 2307 service release of Windows 365, moving a Cloud PC has moved from preview into general availability.
By making changes to a Windows 365 provisioning policy, you have the ability to relocate existing Cloud PCs from their current region or Azure network connection (ANC) to a different one.“
Read the post by Paul here: Windows 365 – Moving a Cloud PC
MS Docs: What’s new in Windows 365 Enterprise
Two big Windows 365 feature updates from Microsoft this week. – Cloud PC move goes GA, and user-driven Cloud PC reset is now available.
Get more details and learn about other Windows 365 updates here: What’s new in Windows 365 Enterprise
Using Screen Capture Protection and Watermarking in AVD and W365
Dominiek Verham is a Windows and Devices for IT MVP. He’s written an excellent blog post about Screen Capture Protection and Watermarking.
“Watermarking is a feature that can help to prevent data leakage by displaying QR codes, which act like a watermark, in the desktop of the user. There’s also a screen capture protection feature that admins can use alongside or separately from the watermarking feature which prevents user from taking a screenshot of the desktop.“
Read the post by Dominiek here: Using Screen Capture Protection and Watermarking in AVD and W365