How to Disable MFA in Office 365 Quickly with PowerShell

There are different reasons why you might want to disable MFA in Office 365. A user may have lost their phone or you want to migrate to a different MFA system. No matter what the reason is, we can quickly disable MFA for single or … Read moreHow to Disable MFA in Office 365 Quickly with PowerShell

Get-MgUser: How to Get and Export Azure AD users with PowerShell

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Starting from Dec 2022 we will need to use the Get MgUser cmdlet to get and export our Azure AD users. Get-MgUser is part of the Microsoft Graph SDK for PowerShell. It allows us to interact with all Microsoft Services through a single endpoint. All … Read moreGet-MgUser: How to Get and Export Azure AD users with PowerShell

How to Install Microsoft Graph Module in PowerShell

The Microsoft Graph API allows us to interact with all Microsoft services through a single source. To do this from PowerShell, we always had to install different modules and make different connections. This is no longer necessary with the Microsoft Graph SDK Module for PowerShell. … Read moreHow to Install Microsoft Graph Module in PowerShell

How to Install Azure AD module in PowerShell

When you want to use PowerShell to interact with your Azure AD environment you will need to install the Azure AD Module. This module allows you to manage your whole Azure Active Directory with PowerShell. Good to know up front is that the Azure AD … Read moreHow to Install Azure AD module in PowerShell

Get AzureADUser – How to Find and Export Azure AD Users with PowerShell

Just like with the on-premise Active Directory can we manage our users in Azure AD with PowerShell. For this, we will need to use the Get AzureADUser cmdlet in Powershell. This cmdlet is part of the PowerShell AzureAD Module. When using Microsoft 365 your users … Read moreGet AzureADUser – How to Find and Export Azure AD Users with PowerShell

Get-ADUser – How to Find and Export AD Users with PowerShell

The Active Directory is our main source when it comes to managing user accounts. The management console is great for looking up a single user, but when we need more, then the Get-ADUser cmdlet in PowerShell is much more powerful. It allows us to quickly … Read moreGet-ADUser – How to Find and Export AD Users with PowerShell