Solving your printing problems with Windows Server and Microsoft Azure

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Description

In this session, learn about the new Hybrid Cloud Print feature added to Windows Server 2016 to support printing to corporate printers when using an Azure Active Directory joined or managed BYOD device. The core of this session is a step-by-step walk-through of how to deploy/configure the solution in the company’s network environment. We also explain the scenario this solution is targeting and how the feature can address your company's printing needs as the company transitions towards adopting more cloud services and supporting non-domain joined devices.

Day:

5

Level:

0

Track:

CE

Session Type:

Breakout: 45 minute

Code:

BRK2136

Room:

OCCC W314

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    Oscar

    Hi,

    Is it possible to receive setup documentation or information when it will be available? We really need this solution. For a moment we using server in Azure as print server, then we use IIS on this server and via AzureAppProxy redirecting as passthrough tool and enabled Windows authentication on IIS, which is good, but then users should have some doc with all URL's :) This will fix all this to nice way :p

    Best regards,
    Oscar

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    dereksonthe​job

    What about FAx services?

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