Author Archives: Vasil Michev

Office ProPlus application usage report is now available

While there are a number of reports readily available within the Office 365 Admin Center, getting useful data out of them is not always that easy. Take for example the “Office 365 activations” report, which is intended to give you … Continue reading

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Using Fiddler to examine remote PowerShell sessions

Most of you have probably used Fiddler to troubleshoot an issue or two, and thus are familiar with it capabilities to capture and decrypt HTTP(S) traffic. In the Office 365 world, it’s a commonly used tool to investigate issues with … Continue reading

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Unified audit log search available in the new Compliance center

The new “specialist” Compliance and (separate) Security consoles have been available for Microsoft/Office 365 customers for a while now, but even though they are in “GA” status, there’s a lot of functionality missing compared to the good old Security and … Continue reading

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Some thoughts around licensing for Microsoft’s cloud offerings

As Microsoft’s online services continue to expand in reach and branch in more and more areas, it has become increasingly difficult to keep track of just how many different SKUs, service plans, features and so on exist. Even within Microsoft, … Continue reading

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Microsoft to retire New-MoveRequest for local mailbox moves in Office 365

In a short announcement posted over at the MTC, Microsoft announced plans to retire the self-service mailbox move functionality in Exchange Online. Said feature, made available via the New-MoveRequest cmdlet few years back, was initially launched as a tool to … Continue reading

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