UPDATE: This tool has been updated to include implicit policies created in the Security and Compliance Center.
Last week, I was asked by a few people for information on displaying holds applied to mailboxes.
Holds come in several varieties:
- In-Place Holds created via the Exchange Admin Center or eDiscovery case
- Retention Policies (either as Retention or Label policies)
- Litigation Hold set as a mailbox property
- Legacy Exchange MRM policies
When viewed programmatically from PowerShell, you’ll notice that In-Place Holds and Retention Policies are somewhat inverse relationships like the legacy MRM policies–that is, the various policies in the Security & Compliance Center don’t have lists of objects applied to them. … [ Continue reading ]
While working with a partner this weekend on a tenant to tenant migration, we had the need to migrate Office 365 groups. There’s not really a lot of information around on recreating groups and memberships, so I decided to put together a tool to help the effort.… [ Continue reading ]
Earlier today, I was asked to make an update to my script to wipe Exchange Online mailboxes to include Archive Mailboxes. Fortunately, it ended up being much easier than I anticipated:
When I enumerated the mailbox originally, I used:
$Root = [Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.Folder]::Bind($service,
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Recently, I had a requirement come up to enable the bulk restore of content from a OneDrive for Business site in the event of a cryptoware or ransomware attack. OneDrive has versioning turned on, so I figured this would be an “easy” add. … [ Continue reading ]
Since it’s initial creation, I’ve made a few updates to the Advanced AAD Connect permissions tool. The most recent updates:
- 2017-10-11 – delegating write permissions to the CN=adminSDHolder,CN=System container
- 2017-10-05 – delegating write permissions to the ms-DS-ConsistencyGuid property
These two updates should allow for a more complete AAD Connect permissions delegation experience. … [ Continue reading ]
In light of the discovery that a recent comprise involved administrator credentials that were not protected with multi-factor authentication, I thought revisiting http://securescore.office.com might be a good idea.
For the uninitiated, Secure Score is a tool that we provide to examine some configuration items and give guidance on others in respect to creating a more secure operating environment for your Office 365 tenant. … [ Continue reading ]