Category Archives: Office 365

Checking Microsoft 365 Group resources via the Graph API

Ever since the release of Office 365 Groups (now Microsoft 365 Groups), the marketing and product folks at Microsoft have been nagging customers to switch to them, while blissfully ignoring most feedback about potential issues and concerns customers had. In … Continue reading

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Did you know: Search-Mailbox adjusting permissions on target folder

While browsing the Unified audit log in search for events related to some tests I performed the other day, I noticed something interesting. Namely, the “copy search results” workflow initiated by good old Search-Mailbox cmdlet took care of stripping folder-level … Continue reading

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Unable to reset the password for a disabled account?!

So apparently, when using the recently introduced /resetPassword endpoint from the Authentication methods Graph API branch, we cannot reset the password for any user whose account is currently disabled (as in BlockCredential is set to True/AccountEnabled is set to False). … Continue reading

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ExchangeOnlineManagement version 2.0.5 released

In case you missed it, a new version of the ExchangeOnlineManagement PowerShell module was released over the weekend, namely 2.0.5. The changelog for this version is rather short and only lists four new added cmdlets: Get-OwnerlessGroupPolicy and Set-OwnerlessGroupPolicy, used to … Continue reading

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Limiting access to SharePoint Online resources via the Graph API

Just as I was finishing up my article on support for EWS in application access policies, Microsoft announced the first iteration of a similar functionality for restricting Graph API access in SharePoint Online. While still in early stages, the feature … Continue reading

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