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How to Turn Off Cortana Daily Briefing Emails

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Understanding Character Encoding in PowerShell

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How to Import and Export Delimited Files, like CSV, in PowerShell

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Outlook Mobile Ceasing Support for iOS 12 Soon

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Consolidating File Servers with PowerShell and Robocopy

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Office 365

Microsoft Launches Preview PowerShell Module for Graph

Microsoft has made a preview PowerShell module for the Graph available for developers to play with. Being able to use PowerShell with the Graph exposes a lot of data to play with, so it's a great addition to the administrator toolkit. To see how things worked in practice,, I convert a script to report Teams channels that are email-enabled to use the Graph module. Things worked out pretty well, but as you'd expect, some rough edges exist that need to be smoothed.

Feb 4, 2020|Tony Redmond

Office 365

Identifying Obsolete Guest User Accounts in an Office 365 Tenant

Many Office 365 applications now create Azure Active Directory guest accounts. What's the best way to discover if the accounts are active and in use? This PowerShell script uses the Office 365 audit log and message trace data to figure out what guest accounts are active and outputs a CSV file for your review and analysis. Like any other PowerShell script, it can be adapted to suit your purposes.

Dec 23, 2019|Tony Redmond

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