This article serves as a step by step guide on how to build an Azure function to retrieve mailbox permissions for Exchange Online.
Microsoft Entra administrative units are gaining in popularity. Restricted administrative units are now available and many Purview solutions support administrative units. In this article, we explain how to use Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK cmdlets to create a report about administrative units, role assignments for their management, and their membership.
Maintaining accurate Azure AD User Account manager links is important because many Microsoft 365 features like the Organization chart in Teams, the user profile card, and Outlook's Org Explorer depend on the information. This article covers how to use PowerShell to maintain the manager-employee links.
Creating a Planner plan from a template allows a team working on a project to start working with the plan without creating a new plan from scratch. This is particularly useful when the same basic plan is used on multiple occasions. In this article, Sean Mcavinue shows you how to do this with some PowerShell Automation!
With a relatively small amount of effort, the provisioning of Teams in an organization can be automated to cater to the requirements of the business, as well as IT. In this article, Sean McAvinue goes over keep your Teams tidy through some useful tips and PowerShell code.
The arrival of application permissions for the Planner Graph API makes it much easier to write PowerShell scripts to automate administrative operations like reporting Planner data. This article describes a example script that uses the Planner APIs to gather and report information about the plans belonging to Microsoft 365 Groups.
Microsoft has long been asked to support guest account expiration, just like the functionality available for on-premises Active Directory accounts. Engineering priorities have not allowed the developers to work on the feature, but it's possible to do the job with PowerShell as we explain here.
A Graph API is available to extract details of the sensitivity labels assigned to SharePoint Online documents. This article explores how to extract the information from files in a document library and use it to create a report. The nice thing is that once you have the data, you can slice and dice it any way you wish in Excel, Power BI, or whatever tool you prefer.
PowerShell is an important tool for any Microsoft 365 Admin – particularly in larger environments. In this article, Sean McAvinue outlines some key tools and concepts to help tenant admins build a ‘toolbox’ for PowerShell to make almost any scripting task easier and more robust.
Many Microsoft 365 and Exchange Server logs contain IP addresses. To find out where the IP addresses come from and if they are internal or external, PowerShell developers can use online web-based geolocation services. It's important not to overuse the services because you could be throttled.