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This method supports the $count, $expand, $filter, $orderBy, $search, $select, and $top OData query parameters to help customize the response. $skip isn't supported. The default and maximum page sizes are 100 and 999 user objects respectively. Some queries are supported only when you use the ConsistencyLevel header set to eventual and $count. For more information, see Advanced query capabilities on Azure AD directory objects. The $count and $search parameters are currently not available in Azure AD B2C tenants.
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When you log in with just your NetID and password, you will be logged into SUFS. As it is a separate tenant from which you have regularly been using, your forms in other tenants still exist, but will not appear here. The forms that exist in your other tenant(s) will still function. You will still be able to login and manage those forms in your other tenant(s) until further notified.
First released beginning of 2018, the Operator SDK marked the beginning of the Operator Framework. In the same year, the Operator Lifecycle Manager was open-sourced. Both projects build on top of the Operator concept, first laid out by CoreOS almost two years earlier. The framework aims to bring the Operator concept into mainstream Kubernetes and caters to both, developers of Operators as well as cluster administrators and tenants, discovering and using Operators.
The latest version of NAKIVO Backup & Replication 10.8 is now available for download! The latest release introduces a comprehensive MSP console for managing standalone solution instances as remote tenants, full vSphere 8 GA support, and support of S3-compatible object storage. Version 10.8 also includes numerous usability and management improvements aimed at streamlining data protection and reducing management complexity.
Previously, you could create new tenants in the dashboard of your own multi-tenant deployment to manage and monitor their data protection infrastructure. Now you can also add standalone instances of NAKIVO Backup & Replication to your multi-tenant instance as remote tenants.
Using V1 Auth, Alice (or a tool she uses) must manually examine the returnedstorage URL, remove her account's name, and append the name of the accountshe wants to access. (This tends to work in practice, but it is notguaranteed -- the other account might be accessed via a different server,for instance!) However, V2 Auth allows her to get the correct storageURL directly, by providing as input the tenant (account) that she isinterested in accessing. Typical tenants might include AUTH_alice (toaccess her own account) or AUTH_shared (to access a shared account) orLDAP_bob (to access Bob's account, which is authenticated via LDAP).
As noted in June, Microsoft is moving the focus for Azure AD to the Microsoft Graph API away from the Azure AD Graph API. This is an example of consolidating older first-generation REST APIs built for Microsoft Cloud Services into the Microsoft Graph. Another example is the transition of the Office 365 Service Communications API to the Graph (MC257688, updated June 24). A beta version of the Graph-based API for Service Communications is now available in public preview (Microsoft 365 Roadmap item 67820). Eventually, the Graph-based API will take over from the earlier version and tenants will have to upgrade scripts and other tools constructed using the older API.
On the show this week, we talk about a new report from Goldman Sachs on how Generative AI could affect 300 million jobs - and with Microsoft 365 Copilot on the front line, we consider how likely this is. And finally - Microsoft Teams "V2" - the new Teams has began appearing in Microsoft 365 tenants. Plus, you can replace your face with an Avatar, use the preview of the Loop App - and Windows 11 might be appearing on your Teams Rooms devices very soon.
Service providers can allow tenants to log on to Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager REST API and perform operations with resources available to a specific tenant. To create a new logon session for the tenant, you need to provide tenant credentials in the body of the POST HTTP request to the URL of the /sessionMngr/ resource.
Multitenant analytics refers to an analytics platform built on a multitenant architecture, which sets it apart from other analytics solutions. Multi-tenant analytics delivers dashboards and reporting capabilities to multiple end users, also known as tenants.
It is recommended to specify an audience, as many tenants, and the applications deployed in them will have guest users. If your application will have external users, the endpoints of common and organization are best avoided. If you don't specify an audience, your app will target Azure AD and personal Microsoft accounts as an audience and will behave as though common were specified. 041b061a72