Hi! It’s a day ending in “y,” which means it’s a good day to update a script!
Today, we’re going to explore two relatively new sharing controls in SharePoint Online (and, by extension, OneDrive for Business). The two options we’re going to look at are located inside the SharePoint Admin Center (https://<tenant>-admin.sharepoint.com)… [ Continue reading ]
Today, I got it in my head that I wanted to create a script that would accept CSV input. In so doing, I wanted to make sure the CSV passed some sort of validation so that I didn’t end flooding a screen with errors, because nobody likes that.… [ Continue reading ]
While working on my last mini-series, I utilized my Create-LabUsers tool to automate the creation of a few thousand objects. When I was synchronizing my AD users to another directory, I noticed that I didn’t have mailNickname populated and had to add a quick script to fill that value in. … [ Continue reading ]
During a conversation with my peers, the discussion came up on how to determine what environment a tenant is located in (usually between Commercial and Government). Typically, the easiest way to determine this is to look at your account SKUs. … [ Continue reading ]
This week, I was working on a project that spawned a lot of ideas for posts. The project involves creating a wrapper for a number of cmdlets and being able to pass any / all of the parameters to the actual cmdlet being performed. … [ Continue reading ]
I was shocked to discover that I hadn’t updated the OneDrive for Business Admin Tool since January. Shocked that I hadn’t had any good ideas for it. Shocked, I tell you.
And then, a requirement presented itself for a tenant-to-tenant migration: how big are all of the OneDrive sites?… [ Continue reading ]
Just a quick note: I’ve updated the AAD Connect Network Test Tool to now query Windows Product Edition data to provide a little more system configuration prerequisite testing information, based on the OperatingSystemSKU data listed at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/CIMWin32Prov/win32-operatingsystem… [ Continue reading ]
A few weeks ago, I put out a series of posts on creating and using custom sensitive information types (https://www.undocumented-features.com/tag/sensitive-information-types/). The blog, posts, however, focus on using the DLP configuration options available in the Security & Compliance Center.… [ Continue reading ]
Over the course of your Office 365 administration duties, you may be called to locate data matching particular data patterns (such as matching a particular regular expression or a Sensitive Information Type), either for eDiscovery or data classification purposes. … [ Continue reading ]
So, this is an entry that has been long in the making. I have had several customers over the last few years give feedback about our Data Loss Prevention’s (DLP) matching requirements, mostly around how they require too much corroborating evidence (in the form of patterns or keywords) to meet their organization’s very restrictive policies.… [ Continue reading ]
This week, while contributing code to a collaborative project, I wanted to up my game. A lot of my tools over the years have used parameters and validation, but one of the more elusive things is creating parameters that have parameter validation criteria set at run-time. … [ Continue reading ]
Update (7/24): I updated this since the last revision, so if you downloaded it prior to 7/24/2018, get the newest version.
I began working with the product group on rolling in some of the network connectivity and testing checks available in the AAD Connect Network Test tool into the actual AAD Connect product. … [ Continue reading ]