Use Azure Automation and PowerShell to Automate Office 365 Tasks

Azure Automation is one of the most popular tools to run PowerShell scripts in the cloud. You can not only manage your Azure enviroment with the runbooks, but also you Microsoft Office 365 tenant, for example. Automation is a key part of IT, and as … Read moreUse Azure Automation and PowerShell to Automate Office 365 Tasks

PowerShell For Loop, ForEach, and Do While/Until Explained

One of the most fundamental functions in programming besides “If, Else” are loops. They allow you to process data or run a function until a certain condition is reached. In PowerShell, we can use different types of loops For loop, ForEach, Do While, and Do … Read morePowerShell For Loop, ForEach, and Do While/Until Explained

How to Increase Mailbox Size in Office 365

Have you reached your Office 365 mailbox size limit and want to know how to increase it? Then we first have to check if you can increase the mailbox within your current Office 365 plan. Depending on your Microsoft Office 365 plan you can have … Read moreHow to Increase Mailbox Size in Office 365

How-to use Test-NetConnection in PowerShell

Did you know that the ping command, with its 38 years, is older than the command prompt? You probably already have replaced the command prompt from your daily toolset with PowerShell. So it’s now time to replace the ping command with PowerShell Test-NetConnection. The advantage … Read moreHow-to use Test-NetConnection in PowerShell

How to use GPUpdate /Force Command to update your Group Policies

The command gpupdate /force is used to force the update of group policies that are applied by your company. Changes made in the Group Policy are not applied immediately but after 90 mins by default (with a ~30 min offset to spread the load). By … Read moreHow to use GPUpdate /Force Command to update your Group Policies

How to use Try, Catch, Finally in PowerShell

Errors in your PowerShell script can stop the execution of your script, but sometimes that is completely unnecessary. Try Catch blocks in PowerShell help you to handle those errors properly. Take the following example; You need to update the job titles of 20 employees. The … Read moreHow to use Try, Catch, Finally in PowerShell

Get MFA Status of Office 365 users with PowerShell

One of the reports that I really miss in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center is a clear overview of the MFA status of each user. MFA is a really important security measure to protect your tenant. To make sure that our users have configured MFA … Read moreGet MFA Status of Office 365 users with PowerShell