This article was originally published on January 12, 2018.
It was updated on March 4, 2018 to reflect recent updates to the Microsoft Office 2016 platform.
Read more Microsoft’s Office 365 (O365) platform provides users with the ability to manage their Office 365 data across their devices, as well as sharing of Office 365 content to other Microsoft services such as SharePoint and Azure.
This article will cover how to configure Office 365 on a Windows Server 2016 Enterprise or Windows Server 2017 Enterprise server, and then how to use the features available in the latest Office 365 release to create a new Office 365 tenant.
To see how to create new Office365 tenants, visit the Microsoft portal, Office 365 Enterprise and Windows Server, or the Microsoft Help Center.
This guide will walk you through the steps necessary to configure your Office 365 database and data.
You can learn more about the changes Microsoft has made to the Office 365 platform over time by reading about the migration of Office.
Read on to learn how to manage and share your Office documents with Office 365.
The steps below are intended for those who have not installed Office for Windows Server 2012 and Office for Mac.
Before you start configuring your Office365 database and your Office files, you should verify that the database is fully operational and that the databases tables are set up properly.
Note If you have already completed the following steps to configure an Office 365 environment, you can skip to the next section.
You must perform the following to complete the following procedures: To verify that your database is operational.
To validate that the data is available to the users of the database.
To verify the configuration settings for your database.
When you have verified that the configuration is correct, you will be prompted to confirm the changes that you want to make to the database settings.
After you complete this initial step, you’ll see the following screen.
This screen is designed to assist you in understanding the changes you will need to make, and in selecting the most appropriate configuration for your Office databases.
In the previous screen, you were able to choose the options that best meet your requirements for your particular scenario.
In this screen, click Next to continue.
You’ll see an optional message asking if you would like to configure the database for Office 365 for Business.
This option will allow you to configure that the Office365 databases table will be named for the user that created the database and the database schema.
If you select this option, you also will see the option to configure how the database table will look.
In order to do this, you need to create two tables: a primary table that stores all of the data that is in the database, and a secondary table that holds only data that matches a given set of criteria.
To create the database tables, follow the steps below.
In Office 365 Settings, navigate to the Data tab.
You will see a list of tables.
Click the name of the primary table.
This will bring up the table with the name primary.
This table will hold all of your data in one place.
Click Create to create the tables.
On the Create table screen, select the database that you created.
If prompted, enter the data you want in the primary tables database.
If not, click Create again.
To configure the secondary tables, in the following screens, choose a different primary table from the database you created, and the secondary table from that primary table (the other table is also called primary).
On the Primary table screen (see Step 1), choose a primary database and a second table.
Click Add to create your new tables.
In that Add table screen click OK.
After the tables are created, click Finish to finish.
If all of these steps are completed correctly, you are ready to configure and start using the Office application.
To start using Office on a new, Windows Server environment, click Start to open the Windows Server Management Studio (WSMS) and connect to your new Office instance.
Click Windows PowerShell to open Windows PowerShell.
You should see the Office 2016 Management Console (MSM) window appear.
To open the MSM, click the MSI icon on the bottom right of the window.
On your screen, double-click PowerShell.exe to open PowerShell.
In PowerShell, navigate the Windows PowerShell menu, right-click the PowerShell icon, and select New PowerShell Script.
In New PowerShell script, type the following code.
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