Configuration

Manual OAuth Configuration for Microsoft Teams in a Hybrid Scenario

There are times when your organization (or a customer’s organization) just can’t run the Exchange Hybrid Configuration Wizard.  If you’re embarking on one of our strategies to take advantage of Microsoft Teams while your mailboxes are still on-premises, the Exchange Hybrid configuration is the go-to way to get there, since it sets all this stuff up automatically. … [ Continue reading ]

Requiring multifactor authentication for all Teams users not on trusted networks
Configuration

Requiring multifactor authentication for all Teams users not on trusted networks

 

This week, I’m exploring some of the basics of Conditional Access and using it with Microsoft Teams.

In the “legacy” world (the term we attach to most things that aren’t bleeding edge these days), we typically saw organizations build the high, high walls and dig the deep, deep moats (and occasionally fill them with alligators) to keep the bad guys out.… [ Continue reading ]

Building a SharePoint Video Portal - Approval Processing with Power Automate
Configuration

Building a SharePoint Video Portal – Approval Processing with Power Automate

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Building a SharePoint Video Portal

Finally–we’re to the good stuff!

In the first part of this series, we talked about setting the stage with the requirements, and then went on to create the basic staging and production sites, update the retention policies to exclude the staging site, and configure the taxonomy.… [ Continue reading ]

Wipe-ExchangeOnlineMailbox has moved!
Configuration

Wipe-ExchangeOnlineMailbox has moved!

Just a quick post today–I’ve re-published my Wipe-ExchangeOnlineMailbox script to the PowerShell gallery.

Hopefully, this helps everyone who continues to want to use this script.  Good luck!

And, if you accidentally delete too much stuff, be sure to check out my post about recovering from self-inflicted wounds: Using Restore-RecoverableItems, or “how I saved my own bacon”

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