Outlook 2016 has a profile creation changes we know about. Specifically, manual profile creation for an Exchange mailbox is no longer available. You must use Auto Discover to create the profile. All previous versions of Outlook using Auto Discover (2007, 2010, and 2013) had manual profile creation as an option if Auto Discover failed. There seems to be another change we weren’t told about.
As the rule base generated by AADConnect has gotten larger and larger and a simple configuration setting change can generate multiple rules, it has become a challenge to keep track of what is going on. So when the configuration changes or there is a version upgrade, how does one tell what changed? This is not as important in a “standard” configuration but if the “standard” rules are changed by disabling rules, copying and modifying rules, or adding new rules, it is important to be aware how an upgrade handles those modifications.
This is very strange. The install is clearly CU22. The setup file says it is version ‘15.0.1473.3’. The GUI says the it’s CU22:
There have been a number of changes to the security certificate world lately. Validity periods have shrunk from 5 years to 3 years and now to 2 years. SHA256 has taken over the world. Wildcard certificates have gone from risky to accepted and supported in many scenarios. All this means we are all rekeying and deploying certificate’s a lot more. Just to make it more fun, there are more options involved. So, it is best to make the task as error free and quick as possible.