Welcome to the Forty-Nine (49th) 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.
Senior Program Manager Jake Stoker is sharing the experience of how to deprovisioning a Cloud PC.
There are a couple of ways that you can deprovision a Cloud PC. One of which is to remove the Windows 365 license from the user which you want to deprovision the Cloud PC for. This will then place the Cloud PC into a state of “Grace Period” for 7 days.
Read the full post here: Deprovisioning Cloud PCs in Windows 365
The result of more than two years of joint development and co-engineering between IGEL and Microsoft, this solution provides high-performance Teams capabilities that enable employees to work and collaborate from anywhere utilizing the secure Linux-based IGEL OS.
Read the full article here: IGEL Adds support for Teams optimization on Linux
Location redirection to Cloud PC is not generally available
Location redirection from a local device to a Cloud PC is now generally available.
This will give an even more local experience to the end user.
Check out the announcement here from Sandeep Patnaik: Location redirection to Cloud PC is now generally available