The Office 365 Service Communications API allows tenant access to service update message data, just like you see in the Microsoft 365 admin center. This article explores how to use the API to fetch service messages and report them in different formats, including HTML and even as a Word document.
Within large organizations utilizing Teams, generating reports on channel storage and then migrating this data is extremely difficult. To help map out how Teams uses SharePoint, this article introduces a simple Graph API/PowerShell script to report Teams channels and their SharePoint locations and walks you through the steps so you can run the report yourself.
Microsoft has announced that they won’t support the Azure AD Graph after June 30, 2022. This means that the Azure AD PowerShell module won’t be supported either. With that in mind, it’s probably a good idea to think about how to upgrade scripts to use Graph API calls instead of Azure AD cmdlets. In this article, we take a script created to count members in distribution lists and convert it to use the Graph. As it turns out, the Graph bit is easy. It’s all the housekeeping beforehand that takes the time.
The fifth and final article in a continuation of our weekly series celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Office 365, Microsoft MVP Vasil Michev shares how the Exchange Online Remote PowerShell experience proved to be limitless for his career.