Do I need an extra license to control access to Sharepoint Online from unmanaged devices?

We have a Office 365 for business Sharepoint Online environment and struggle to control access from unmanaged devices. Users use family laptops without logging to the local OS. When a authorised user opens a document in Sharepoint with a local App (Word) the service and credentials are cached and the next user of the laptop has onautorized access to Sharepoint. I think this is the same issue with internet cafe devices. How can I control access of Sharepoint Online from unmaged devices? Do I need an additional license to configure this? Pleas help Jan

Passing Array into Unmanaged Code for Modification

I have an array allocated in C# which I am passing into unmanaged code to be modified. The following code works, but I am not sure if there are any other more ‘correct’ or ‘efficient’ methods that I am not aware of.

Code.c

extern "C" {     class MyObject     {     public:         int32_t X;     };      __declspec(dllexport) void ArrayTest(MyObject* a, int length);      void ArrayTest(MyObject* a, int length)     {         for (int i = 0; i < length; i++)         {             a[i].X = i + 1;         }     } } 

Code.cs

class Program {     [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential)]     public struct MyObject     {         public Int32 X;     }      [DllImport(@"MyDll.dll", CallingConvention = CallingConvention.Cdecl)]     public extern static void ArrayTest(IntPtr objects, int length);      static void Main(string[] args)     {         var objects = new MyObject[3];          var handle = GCHandle.Alloc(objects, GCHandleType.Pinned);         var ptr = GCHandle.ToIntPtr(handle);          ArrayTest(ptr, objects.Length);          for (int i = 0; i < objects.Length; i++)         {             var offset = Marshal.SizeOf<MyObject>() * i;              objects[i] = Marshal.PtrToStructure<MyObject>(IntPtr.Add(ptr, offset));         }     } } 

Ubuntu Server 18.04 Unmanaged Wifi

I’m working on Ubuntu Server 18.04 and I’m trying to setup the Wifi.

I’ve tried many ways to setup the wifi but I didn’t found any working solution. I’m now trying nmcli tool.

When I do nmcli d to have the list of available network interfaces, I have the following output:

DEVICE    TYPE    STATE        CONNECTION wlan0     wifi    unmanaged    -- 

On the other hand, the command nmcli general shows me:

STATE        CONNECTIVITY    WIFI-HW    WIFI connected    full            enabled    enable 

What does it mean and how to solve it ?

I tried to set managed=true in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf.

Also, when I check if my hardware is working, I have no result:

$   lspci | grep -i wlan $    

And if I do sudo lshw -class network :

*-network     description: Wireless interface     physical id:1     logical name: wlan0     serial: 00:23:a7:fe:e4:dc     capabilities: ethernet physical wireless     configuration: broadcast=yes driver=RSI-SDIO WLAN driverversion=4.15.0-1038-oem firmware=N/A link=no multicast=yes wireless=IEEE 802.11 

I also tried to edit wpa_supplicant.conf and also tried to use netplan, without success.

I don’t have any other wired connection so the wifi it’s my only solution to have internet on my device. Thus, I cannot install any new package to solve my problem.

Thanks

Wanted Unmanaged VPS

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Network manager applet shows ‘not connected’, and one unmanaged Wired connection, internet working

I have no experience configuring network manager by text configs, used only GUI. When moving mouse over NM tray icon there are tooltip “Not connected”, however I see one connection then clicking it – “Wired unmanaged”. Internet working fine.
I make new ethernet connection with priority 10 but it not appear in NM applet menu. plugin menu enter image description here

I have change NM config, as suggested in other questions:

[ifupdown] managed=true 

Question is: how to connect by new created ethernet connection, or at least make “wired” connection managed?
Ubuntu 18.04 cinnamon

Unmanaged vps

Hi there

Would like to know if someone has a good read about how to setup and maintain an unmanaged vps?

Kind Regards
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