Category Archives: Office 365

Additional Azure AD app management policy controls introduced

In a previous article, we introduced the concept of Azure AD application management policies, a configuration object that allows tenants to control the type and lifetime of credentials used across Azure AD integrated applications and service principals. Said article was … Continue reading

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Script to remove mailbox permissions for a user, in bulk

I’ve seen few request for addressing the “remove all permissions a given user has across mailboxes” scenario, so I decided to give it a go. Here we’re talking about mailbox level permissions, and specifically Full Access. A script like that … Continue reading

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Querying the B2BManagementPolicy settings via (legacy) Graph API

Here’s another one in the series “I blog so I don’t forget about this”, this time related to the B2BManagementPolicy in Azure AD. For whatever reason, Microsoft is still to provide us with a Graph API endpoints for this, and … Continue reading

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Additional data exposed for Email detections events in the Unified audit log

As part of Roadmap item #70744, Microsoft has enriched the Email detections event data ingested to the Unified audit log with additional details. Those include the following new properties: AdditionalActionsAndResults – The additional actions that were taken on the email, … Continue reading

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OneDrive for Business “deleted a large number of files” email notification

Hey folks, look at what landed in my Inbox yesterday: This is not a spam or a clever phishing message, it’s a legitimate email notification sent from SharePoint Online, as one can verify by looking at the headers. So why … Continue reading

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