UPDATE as of October 31, 2019: Over the past week, we’ve been listening to your feedback regarding the rollout of our self-service purchase capabilities for Power Platform products. To those of you who provided your input, thank you! Based on your feedback, we’ve adjusted our approach to better address the needs of both IT admins and end users within organizations. Please check MC193609 in your Message center to see the details.
Personally, I prefer Off-by-default. However Microsoft is infamous for taking an Off-By-Default feature and suddenly switching it ON for all tenants who haven't yet turned it on. As long as we have a way to turn it off and keep it off before the self-service feature is released, We'll be OK. I set an appointment on my calendar for November 19.
This "feature" that has been "based by customer demand" is an obvious money-grab. It is feature put in place to cater to the individual's desire for instant gratification by giving them the ability to bypass the company's procurement and compliance policies.
The article states that this new feature will allow organizations to rely on our own internal policies to make sure that people making purchases are complying with company policy. Our policy is that NO INDIVIDUALS MAY PURCHASE IT-RELATED PRODUCTS (PERIOD). All IT-Related purchases have to be cleared by management and the IT Leadership. In the end the IT department is responsible for support, maintenance, compliance and governance of the IT systems and data, NOT THE END-USER!
This just creates more stuff that we now have to babysit on a weekly basis to make sure that end users aren't violating company policies and buying their own licenses!
Disable this immediately!
Yes, this is a major issue for my company as we have several high-profile customers that expect this Unlimited Archive storage and they expect it to work seamlessly. Since several of them have been auto-expanded, they are now complaining that their searches are not showing the results they expect. A search that should have taken the end-user 5 minutes, ends up taking the end-user plus an administrator several hours of searching using various methods, sometimes even have to open an eDiscovery Case just to perform a simple search.
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I would further suggest that we have the option to Unlink the OneDrive URL from the UPN. We are about to start a project where 1000+ users UPNs are going to change and that is going to cause a severe user inconvenience.
Thanks for your feedback. We are currently thinking about this. Can you please let us know what scenarios your organization uses shared mailboxes for and what options do you use. This will help us.