ABSTRACT: Microsoft Office 365 Groups helps you collaborate by easily bringing together your colleagues and the applications you need to get work done. Office 365 Groups leverages a standard definition for team membership and permissions across Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, and later Skype for Business, Yammer, and the rest of Office 365, managed through Microsoft Azure Active Directory. This session covers the following topics: architecture, administration, security and compliance, moving from DLs to Groups and extensibility.
@Christophe Fiessinger or @Eric Zenz, Slide 8 of this presentation mentioned that a new AD policy for naming Unified Groups would be out in the Fall of 2016. I can't find this anywhere. Can you point me in the right direction or has it been delayed? If so, is there a new date?
Thanks for the update. That was what was mentioned at IGNITE. If I may ask a high level question: I recall that there whould be a mechanism that would allow a user to create a group but instead of the group being provisioned it would be put in a pending create state.
Groups in this state could be enumerated with a Rest Call and then Approved or Rejected with another rest call.
Am I recalling correctly?
I know I am REALLY !!!! looking forward to both the naming prefix and approval capabilities.