Category Archives: Skype for Business Online

Teams Remote PowerShell updates and new API endpoints

With the deadline for Basic authentication deprecation rapidly approaching, Microsoft is busy updating various endpoints and tools to properly support OAuth. Remote PowerShell connectivity is one such example, and important one, as for many admins PowerShell remains the preferred method … Continue reading

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Skype for Business Online PowerShell finally supports Modern authentication!

Short, but important – a new version of the Skype for Business PowerShell module has been released, which brings support for ADAL. Finally! Connecting to SfB Online PowerShell works as before, you need to use the New-CsOnlineSession to create a … Continue reading

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We can now create custom policies in Skype for Business Online

Half an year ago, I wrote about the possibility to edit the default policy in SfB Online here. Then Ignite happened, and among the myriad of other good news, we saw for the first time the ability to create custom … Continue reading

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Control the default policies in Skype for Business Online

In case you were unaware, we can now use the Set-CsClientPolicy cmdlet in Skype for Business Online. The cmdlet allows us to control features such as disabling the conversation history, contact photos, HTML or RTF in IMs, file transfer encryption, … Continue reading

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Controlling External Communications per user in Skype for Business Online with PowerShell

Controlling the external communications feature for Skype for Business Online (SfB) is hardly something new, the option has been available for years now. Recently, a question popped up on the Yammer Office 365 Network as to how can one bulk … Continue reading

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