Category Archives: PowerShell

Filtering users and groups with the Azure AD (Graph) ODATA syntax

Regardless of the fact that the Azure AD PowerShell module hasn’t gotten any love from Microsoft in the past few months, Office 365 administrators should start embracing it and replacing their old MSOL-based scripts. It is the only module Microsoft … Continue reading

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Client Access Rules for Exchange Online

The wait is over – one of the most requested features has finally hit my tenant. Namely, Client Access Rules, or the functionality that allows us to control access to Exchange Online based on location, protocol and authentication type. Sadly … Continue reading

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First version of Microsoft Teams PowerShell module is now available

Today, the good folks at Microsoft released (an early preview version of) the Teams PowerShell module. The module has been one of the common asks from Office 365 admins, as PowerShell is the tool of choice when it comes to automation. Do … Continue reading

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Connecting to both ExO and SCC using the MFA-enabled PowerShell module

There seems to be an unfortunate issue with the recently updated Exchange Online PowerShell module that brings support for Modern authentication for the Security and Compliance Center cmdlets. Namely, the script’s Connect-EXOPSSession function, used to establish the connectivity for both the … Continue reading

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Enforcing idle session timeout restrictions in SharePoint Online

So Ignite is over and now it’s time to catch up on all the cool new Office 365 and Azure AD features announced or showcased. One such cool feature is the ability to configure custom idle timeout window for SharePoint … Continue reading

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