Month: October 2018

Install Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module

Quick post this afternoon on how to install the Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module. The latest version in the PowerShell Gallery at the time of writing this post is 0.9.5. More info on this module can be found at https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/MicrosoftTeams/0.9.5  5 / 5 ( 1 vote )

Modify OneDrive Site Admins with PowerShell

In our previous post Office 365 – Access a Users OneDrive Folder we looked at giving an Admin access to a users OneDrive files. In this post we will focus on adding and removing Site Admins, on a users Personal SharePoint Site (OneDrive), using PowerShell. First we will need to connect to SharePoint Online (see an earlier …

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Connect to SharePoint Online using PowerShell

So you want to do some PowerShell stuff in SharePoint Online. You will need the “SharePoint Online Global Administrator” permission to perform the connection. Before we do that, lets check if we have the SharePoint Online Management Shell already installed. 1. Launch PowerShell in Administrative mode and run:-

2. If it is not listed, …

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Intune Conditional Access – Policy Documentation Template

Being able to document your configuration changes in Office 365 is just as important as documenting changes in your traditional on premises systems. The Azure blade layout brings a nice fluidity to making changes but it creates a real challenge for those of us seeking to document the changes we make. I have made available …

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