Category Archives: PowerShell

Microsoft is deprecating Search-Mailbox and the legacy eDiscovery experience in July 2020

Happy new year 🙂 Some of you might already be aware of the plans to deprecate the old, Exchange-only eDiscovery experience that is still available as part of the Exchange Admin Center, as well as the underlying PowerShell cmdlets. In … Continue reading

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What’s new from the last few version updates of the Azure AD and Azure AD Preview modules

It has been a while since I covered AzureAD and AzureADPreview module updates, so I figure it’s time for another article. Note that some of these might not be all that new, since my last article on the subject was … Continue reading

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Running Office 365 eDiscovery/Content search by using GUIDs

With the move to “unified” compliance features across the Office 365 suite, we have gained a lot of utility, while on the other hand some useful functionalities are no longer available. A common example is the simplicity of the Search-Mailbox … Continue reading

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Azure Cloud Shell is now integrated with the Office 365 Admin Center

Over an year ago, at last Ignite conference, Microsoft previewed an early version of Azure Cloud Shell integrated modules that will make it easier for Office 365 admins to connect to and manage their environments. Now, an year later, this … Continue reading

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Managing folder-level permissions for Office 365 Groups

In a recent article, we discussed some recent improvements for managing Office 365 Group mailboxes via PowerShell. No, we will focus specifically on the management of folder-level permissions, but first, some history. Back when Office 365 Group first launched, the … Continue reading

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