Category Archives: PowerShell

More on entries from other tenants visible in the Unified Audit log

An year ago, I blogged about some suspicious events in the Office 365 Unified Audit log, that seemed to correspond to some “Unknown” principal. The culprit turned out to be users clicking on sample links to files/sites hosted in my … Continue reading

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PowerShell script to remove (reset) folder-level Exchange permissions, in bulk

Few weeks back, a question on the TechNet forums caught my attention and got me thinking of what’s the proper way to “reset” folder-level permissions in a mailbox. My initial thoughts on the subject resulted in the outlining of some … Continue reading

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How to reset mailbox folder permissions

A thread over at the TechNet forums got me thinking about what is the best (or at least a proper) way to “reset” folder level permissions, with the added challenge of doing it in bulk. Generally speaking, it’s a simple … Continue reading

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PowerShell Core and setting a working directory via profile script

PowerShell Core continues to irritate me, almost every time I decide to give it another chance it manages to get on my nerves in some new and ingenious way. Today’s rant is the story of me trying to bring the Profile … Continue reading

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New properties added to Get-MailboxStatistics output

It looks like the good folks at Microsoft have updated the output of the Get-MailboxStatistics cmdlet with few additional properties. Here’s the full list: Since there is no mention in the documentation for any of there, we can make some … Continue reading

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