Set Passwords to Never Expire in Office 365 Using PowerShell
Aug17

Set Passwords to Never Expire in Office 365 Using PowerShell

Just don’t do it! However, there may be some cases where you are asked to break company policies and set an account to never expire. In smaller organizations this usually comes from the business owners or managers but try and resist for their own good and explain the security risks involved. When ever possible, compromise and come up with a suitable password policy for the business to use. You could set the following password...

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How to List Users in Office 365 Using PowerShell
Aug09
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How to List Office 365 Subscriptions Using PowerShell
Aug05

How to List Office 365 Subscriptions Using PowerShell

Subscriptions in Office 365 define the features and services available and how many licenses you have available to issue to user accounts. Each subscription has its own Account SKU ID such as ENTERPRISEPREMIUM for E3 subscriptions. When you reference a subscription ID in PowerShell you will need to prefix it with your 365 tenant name. This is the part before your onmicrosoft.com address you chose when creating your account. Our test...

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How to Connect PowerShell to Office 365
Aug03

How to Connect PowerShell to Office 365

Required Tools In order for you to manage your Office 365 account, you will need to download and install a few tools. You can manage your account from any Windows PC, you don't need to install them to a server so can manage accounts directly from your PC or laptop. Download and install each of the following tools: Microsoft Online Services Sign-in Assistant http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=41950 Azure Active...

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