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Manage Office 365 Group Members and Owners with PowerShell

With PowerShell UnifiedGrouplinks cmdlet we can easily manage the Office 365 Group member- and ownerships. The UnifiedGroupLinks cmdlet is part of the Exchange Online PowerShell session. So before we can start adding Office 365 Group Members or change them to Owner we first need to connect to Exchange Online. Connecting to Exchange Online First we need to connect to Exchange Online, you…

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Disable AutoSave for Office 365

This article describes how you can disable autosave in Office 365 for every file with the use of PowerShell. Some background info on the Autosave feature If you are using Office 365 and your store your files on OneDrive, OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online you will see that the new Autosave feature is enabled by default. This options will…

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Archive users Mailbox in Office 365 with Retention Policies

When users are leaving you want to preserve there mail or mailbox. Exporting it to pst files is not the way to do it, but keeping there mailbox with an expensive Office 365 license neither. What we want to do is archive the mail so it’s easily accessible later to other users. With Office 365 you can add retention policies…

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Fix error code 17006 when adding product to existing Office 365 ProPlus install

When you want to add a Office program to an existing Office 365 ProPlus installation with PDQ Deploy or SCCM it’s necessary to add the FORCEAPPSHUTDOWN property to the xml file. If you don’t do that, you will probably get error code 17006. If you already have a deployment setup you might have an config.xml file similar to this:

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Wipe Mobile Device with Powershell

When you need to remotely wipe a Mobile Device that’s connected to Exchange Online, you can use Powershell to perform the task quickly. With Clear-Mobile device cmdlet you will remove all data on the device, so this will also delete any photo’s, apps or other personal data on it. To do this we need to connect to Exchange Online, we…

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