Tag Archives: Office 365

Upgrading AD FS to Windows Server 2016 FBL

This article will describe how to install new ADFS 2016 farm or upgrade existing AD FS Windows Server 2012 R2 farm to AD FS in Windows Server 2016. Prerequisites: ADFS Role in Windows Server 2016 Administrative privilege in both ADFS … Continue reading

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Login to Exchange Online PowerShell using MFA

Once you enable MFA on Admin account, you will be denied access to EXO using PowerShell until you update Azure PowerShell version to latest. Download and install Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant and Azure Active Directory Connection preview Use Connect-MsOlService … Continue reading

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Exchange 2010/2013 to Exchange 2016 Migration Step by Step

Deployment Location: On-premises Target Environment: Exchange Server 2016 CU4 Current Environment: Exchange Server 2010 or Exchange Server 2013 or mixed Public Folder Location: Exchange Server 2013 Understanding of Exchange Server 2016: Exchange Server 2016 wraps up in two Exchange roles … Continue reading

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Enable multi-factor authentication for office 365 users using PowerShell

The script enables strong authentication for Office 365 users from a CSV input. Before you turn on strong auth or multi-factor auth, take necessary measure to communicate with users to notify them that they will have to register their mobile … Continue reading

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Add multiple users to Office 365 security groups using PowerShell Scripts

Step1:  Connect MSOL Services Connect-MsolService Step2: Find out ObjectID of the Security Group you would like add members to Get-MsolGroup –Maxresults 100000 | Where-Object {$_.DisplayName -eq “Test Security Group”} Get-MsolGroup –ObjectId “af407072-7ae1-4b07-a0ca-6634b7396054” OR Sign-in to Portal.Azure.Com and Select Azure Active … Continue reading

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Configuring Retention Policies in Office 365

Retention policies are used to manage email lifecycle. Retention policies are applied by creating retention tags, adding them to a retention policy, and applying the policies to mailboxes. To Create various retention policies in Office 365 using simple PowerShell. Connect … Continue reading

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Office 365: Configuring catch-all mailbox during migration

Step1: Create Catch-All Mailbox 1. Sign in to portal.office.com>Active Users 2. Create a new user named “Catch-All-Mailbox” and assign licenses either E1 or E3. Step2: Create exception Security Group (Optional Step) 1. Log onto Office 365 admin portal 2. Go … Continue reading

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