Every user in your Office 365 is able to access Office 365 via PowerShell. Some of you think that this is a security gap. Actually, it is not. Although users are able to access to Office 365 via PowerShell, that doesn’t mean that they have Administrative rights to perform administrator tasks.
When you work for large Office 365 project with different licensing models, it is good to have additional custom user view to filter users.
There are many filtering options that you can apply. I will create a new one below and you can see how to do it. After that you can create your own view.
We have a customer who bought Office 365 E1 last year. All users are currently using this E1 license to access to Office 365 products.
The organization wanted to buy E3 license from us this year and we have added the new E3 license to Office 365 and before old license is expired, we need to switch all users to new license
We have a customer who bought Office 365 licenses from a vendor for a long time ago. The license is Exchange Online Plan 1. There multiple users in the organization using this license to access to Office 365 products.
The organization wanted to buy license from us and we have sold Enterprise E1 license instead of Plan 1. There are few difference between this licensing types.
“ESRV.EXE – Application Error”
“The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000142). Click OK to close the application”
Microsoft expanding Office 365 features everyday. That is why it is the best platform in the market.
Right now, you can search multiple mailboxes and you can export the result that could be thousands of items – up to 100GB to a single PST.
In order to do it, log in to Office 365 admin center and go to Security & Compliance
I have a federated domain in Office 365 and I would like to disable federation configuration on Office 365 and make my domain standard domain again with password hash sync.
The AAD Connect is already installed and configured syncing my password. I have also ADFS servers. So, when I remove federation configuration on my domain in Office 365, my AD password should work and I will be able to connect to Office 365. That is not quiet true statement. You need to be very careful. Because converting Domain means that you are converting users identity too.
You may know that there are two type command you can use, Azcopy and Azurecopy. Both can do similar things.
First of all, I would like to start minor example in this article to show you what to do with azcopy.