Updated: March 4, 2020 | | Tags: ATP, Code, Exchange Online, Office 365, PowerShell, Reports, Safe Attachments
Recently the Helpdesk have been getting cases about slow delivery times due to Office 365 ATP Safe Attachments. We have created a script to retrieve the data from Exchange Online, and then used Power BI to visualize it.
Posted: August 26, 2015 | | Tags: Active Directory, Azure, Cloud, DirSync, Office 365
Depending upon the version of the sync solution that you are using to replicate directory data from on-premises Active Directory to Office 365 there are different commands that you will need to use.
Updated: May 17, 2016 | | Tags: AAD, Active Directory, ADSync, Azure, Cloud, Office 365, Troubleshoot, Windows Server 2012
While doing a regular maintenance check on my customers servers when I came across a new event in the log.
I’ve previously wrote about changing the sync schedule on this server.
But today I noticed two event errors, ADSync event 6127 and 6127.
Updated: March 5, 2016 | | Tags: AAD, Active Directory, ADSync, Azure, Cloud, DirSync, Office 365
I finally I got some time to play with the new Azure Active Directory Sync tool and its configuration.
The installation was very straight forward. The step-by-step instruction are provided on MSDN. The administration tools and scripts are located in difference places compared to DirSync which was little confusing in the beginning.
Updated: November 26, 2014 | | Tags: Active Directory, Azure, Cloud, Code, DirSync, Office 365, PowerShell, Troubleshoot
By default DirSync runs every three hours; which for some environments or during testing may not be frequent enough…
Updated: October 21, 2014 | | Tags: Calendar, Cloud, Code, Office 365, Outlook, PowerShell, Script, Security
Per default the calendars of shared mailboxes in Office 364 have “FreeBusyTimeOnly” permissions applied.
You could create a new sharing policy and change the applied policy on those accounts.
I however chose to just change the sharing permissions on the shared calendar.
Updated: December 13, 2018 | | Tags: Cloud, Office 365, PowerShell, Troubleshoot
The GUI at Microsoft is great but sometimes we need to dig a bit deeper.
I ran into some issues with a Resource mailbox and had to do some troubleshooting in the Office 365 service.