Welcome to the Sixty-five (65th) 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.
Windows 365 Cloud PC RDP device restrictions
In this post, Aresh Sarkari show us how easy it is to configure RDP device restrictions to Cloud PC with Microsoft Intune.
“The reason we apply these settings is to control peripherals like Camera, USB Drives Printers etc. We have a few settings which we can fine-tune to derive the best possible end-user and security outcome for the Cloud PC devices.”
Read the full post: Windows 365 Cloud PC RDP device restrictions
MultiMedia Redirection for AVD and Windows 365
In this post, MVP Dominiek Verham goes over what multimedia redirection(MMR) is and how it can help improve the user experience when watching videos on a Cloud PC.
“If you use the latest Remote Desktop application and the latest MMR extension for Edge or Chrome, you’ll get a better experience because the video will be offloaded to the local device for faster processing and rendering. Sounds good right?”
Read the full post: Multimedia Redirection for AVD and Windows 365
2 Best Methods to Access Windows 365 Cloud PC Audit Logs
Prajwal Desai demonstrates how to access Audit logs for Windows 365 events in this post. We both learn how to do it within the Microsoft Intune portal and with Microsoft Graph.
“For an Intune admin managing the cloud PCs, the Windows 365 audit logs are useful when you want to audit certain events on the cloud PCs. The audit logs are also useful when you would like to troubleshoot Cloud PC issues.”
Read the full post: 2 Best Methods to Access Windows 365 Cloud PC Audit Logs
UPCOMING: Windows in the Cloud episode
Windows in the Cloud has a new episode next week called Interviewing a Windows 365 MVP – Sharing experiences. Windows 365 MVP Ola Ström will join Christiaan Brinkhoff to discuss best practices, deployment tips, and tricks. make sure to reserve 9th November in your calendar.
Check it out here: Interviewing a Windows 365 MVP – Sharing experiences