What's new in Office 365 ProPlus for admins and first look at shared computer support

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This week Jeremy is joined again by Curtis Sawin to demonstrate the latest admin features in Office 365 ProPlus and Click-to-Run. If you've wanted to install the entire Office suite without InfoPath or Access apps, its now possible and they'll walk you through the new admin processes to do so. They also go under the hood to show how the Click-to-Run software update process works and even give a first look of the upcoming Shared Computer Activation capability.

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    Mike Dittmer

    Does this apply to office365 business premium?

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    Jeremy_​Chapman

    Everything except shared computer activation applies to Office 365 Business Premium. You can exclude apps via ODT, binary delta compression for updates is the same, ect.

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    Niner110519

    Thanks - are there any plans to allow users to activate Office via the portal but block access to CRM, Email and other services?  We wish to allow iPads, and home PC's, Macs, etc to activate Office and block corp services?

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    Jeremy_​Chapman

    We'll activate Office without the user needing to hit the portal itself, but he or she will be able to log in via the browser to access other services. There are means to lock that down via ADFS restrictions to known computer objects in your AD.

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