How to get all O365 groups with members in Office 365 or Exchange Online with PowerShell

This post is Part 1/3 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 or Exchange Online? What’s the difference? It is possible that the number of groups in … Continue reading How to get all O365 groups with members in Office 365 or Exchange Online with PowerShell

Get default calendar name for Mailbox Folder Permisssions Exchange PowerShell

Set-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity info@baswijdenes.com:\calendar -AccessRights FullAccess At work I have a customer who is spread out over 30 different countries. This also causes some fun issues, such as the time zones, language barrier, or very specifically the calendar folder name in the mailbox has the default language name. In this blog post I will tell you … Continue reading Get default calendar name for Mailbox Folder Permisssions Exchange PowerShell

FIX: The current subscription type is not permitted to perform operations on any provider namespace

Please use a different subscription? One of my automated scripts suddenly stopped working. I saw the following error message in Azure Automation: Get-AzureRmStorageAccount : The current subscription type is not permitted to perform operations on any provider namespace. Please use a different subscription. I was surprised because this script has been running daily for more … Continue reading FIX: The current subscription type is not permitted to perform operations on any provider namespace

Is it listed? From Domain, to email, and even IP addresses including the ranges Exchange Online

Is what listed? With the PowerShell script on Technet Script Center you can find a domain name, email address, and IP address in Exchange Online that is located in one of the following places: Transport rules Anti Spam Policies Anti-Phishing Policies Inbound Connectors Outbound Connectors Connection Filter Policies NEW: Inbox Rules (Briefly explained in Various … Continue reading Is it listed? From Domain, to email, and even IP addresses including the ranges Exchange Online

Disable PowerShell for users in Exchange by Bas Wijdenes

Yeah, normal users can run PowerShell commands on their own Mailbox. I recently found out that PowerShell is enabled by default for all users in Exchange Online including the normal user mailbox. There was a user who had been hacked, and the hacker had placed a forward in the mailbox via PowerShell, but well about … Continue reading Disable PowerShell for users in Exchange by Bas Wijdenes