How to get all Groups with Members in Office 365 PowerShell

This post is Part 3/3 of Office 365 groups VS Exchange Online groups. Part 1 – Intro Office 365 VS Exchange Online Part 2 – Exchange Online Groups with members Part 3 – Office 365 Groups with members Office 365 Msol Groups You need the Msol module for Office 365 in PowerShell. You can find … Continue reading How to get all Groups with Members in Office 365 PowerShell

FIX: Parameter Preview is not a valid URL option for cmdlet New-ComplianceSearchAction

Security and compliance center in Office 365. In my previous post I explain how to set the permissions for a content search in the Security and Compliance center in Office 365. Well, I got this error after setting my permissions. “Parameter Preview is not a valid URL option for cmdlet New-ComplianceSearchAction.” Have you just added … Continue reading FIX: Parameter Preview is not a valid URL option for cmdlet New-ComplianceSearchAction

FIX: To preview search results, please ask your Compliance Admin to grant you Preview permission

Security and compliance center in Office 365. A short recap with the error message, you try to run a content search within the Office 365 Security and Compliance Center (or you have done this) but you cannot see the results and you get the following error message: “To preview search results, please ask your Compliance … Continue reading FIX: To preview search results, please ask your Compliance Admin to grant you Preview permission

See if users have set a profile Picture in Office 365 with PowerShell by Bas Wijdenes

Microsoft office 365 and the user profile picture. Within Microsoft Office 365 users can set up a Profile picture themselves. This is then synchronized to Skype for Business, Outlook, Yammer, Delve, and so on. The advantage of this is that users can recognize each other more easily and that the e-mails and Skype messages become … Continue reading See if users have set a profile Picture in Office 365 with PowerShell by Bas Wijdenes