Part One | Part Two In Part One we learnt: Install and update Windows Server with Active Directory Federation Services version 2.0 (AD FS 2.0) with update Rollup 2, KB2681584. Set-up AD FS for Office 365 for Single Sign-On. To continue . . . Add five claim rules to the Active Directory Claims Provider trust. Use the following procedure to […]
PowerShell is a task automation and configuration management framework from Microsoft, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language built on the .NET Framework.
Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0 provides a way to configure access restriction policies. Office 365 & Exchange Online customers using Single Sign-On (SSO) who require these policies can now use Client Access Policy rules to restrict access based on the location of the computer or device that is making the request and prevent access […]
The Admin Centres for Office 365 and for Exchange Online are great for simple and singular tasks regarding password management and policy, however, if you wish to carry wider tasks or bulk user management PowerShell is the best option. You can manage multiple domains simultaneously, or script the commands to include a CSV file of as […]
In Office 365 and Exchange Online the simplest and easiest place to change the expiry term for passwords is in the Admin Centre. The expiry term is set at 90 days by default, with a default 14 day notice prior to the expiry. You can also disable password expiry, however as always, this is not […]
Open Office 365 reports from directly in Excel and get your Exchange Online reporting! Predefined reports in the Office 365 Admin Portal are fine for overview, however, if you require more granularity then Office 365 reporting has to be performed via PowerShell or some other development language to access the Office 365 Exchange Online reporting […]
We get asked this particularly irksome issue by clients from time to time. It’s almost always described as “all of the emails from our most important client are going into Spam” or perhaps “the world is about to end and I’ve found the most important email ever in my Junk Folder”. Ordinarily this can be […]