Microsoft has released the ownerless groups policy, aka the Microsoft 365 Group Ownership Governance policy. We explain how the policy works.
%%excerpt%% Create your Office 365 migration plan by first assessing your environment with these PowerShell scripts.
Many have scripts to manage Microsoft 365 licenses built using the old MSOL and Azure AD modules. We show how to manage licenses using Graph SDK cmdlets
%%excerpt%% Exchange Server on-premises organizations need somewhere to test scenarios for updating, testing configurations, and running occasional “what-if” testing. This article provides guidance on notable alternatives for delivering suitable Exchange 2019 lab environments - without breaking the bank.
In this article, we explain how to create new Microsoft 365 accounts with PowerShell using the Azure AD and Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK.
In this article, we describe how to create files in SharePoint Online using PowerShell running in an Azure Automation runbook.
Over the years, the Microsoft security stack has become very feature rich and offers many ways to customize the configuration. Third-party products are available with similar features, but lack the integration capability of the Microsoft stack. In the second part of the "Ten Ways to Harden the Security of Your Microsoft 365 Tenant" series, we look at five ways to secure your environment using controls that require a premium license such as Office E5 or Azure AD Premium.
With Azure Front Door, you can reduce the strain on Exchange through caching, content compression, and by filtering out malicious bots before traffic even hits the on-premises network. In this article, we demonstrate how you can use Front Door to reduce your Exchange Server load, increase OWA Client performance and provide Microsoft managed certificates.
The Microsoft Graph SDK for PowerShell is a good way to execute Microsoft Graph API queries from PowerShell scripts. In this article, we explain how to use the SDK with Azure Automation.