Microsoft has changed the way that the Search-UnifiedAuditLog cmdlet works without saying anything to Microsoft 365 customers. The results is that some scripts don't work and others won't return the expected results. This article explains what's happened and offers a workaround. Microsoft's actions are unexplainable, but it's the norm in this area where audit log changes happen without communication all the time.
A reader asked how to use a CSV file for bulk license assignment with the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK. We didn't have one to hand, so we wrote a new script to illustrate the principles of how to process license assignments for a set of user accounts (which don't necessarily have to come from a CSV file). We even included some error handling!
The multi-tenant organization (MTO) is a Microsoft 365 solution built on top of Entra ID cross-tenant synchronization. An MTO can span up to five tenants each with up to 100,000 synchronized users. It's an interesting solution that should be of interest to many large enterprises.
In this blog, James Yip reviews Microsoft's Entra ID Cross-Tenant Sync feature, and how it can make things a lot easier when deploying a M&A project.
The Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK uses a default enterprise app to hold its permissions. Over time, the SDK can accrue many permissions, so it's important to control interactive access to it. In this article, we review how to lock down the SDK app and how to create new registered apps for use with the Graph SDK.