Copy Sharepoint list items to another list with Powershell and PnP

You can easily copy Sharepoint list items to another list with Powershell and PnP. First connect to the source Sharepoint site. You can use one of mine connector scripts for it here at Technet. Or connect to Sharepoint with: #Create credential object $cred = Get-Credential #Import … Read moreCopy Sharepoint list items to another list with Powershell and PnP

Share Sharepoint files and folders from an Office365 Group

Sharing files in Sharepoint, that shouldn’t be that hard right? Well if you are using Office 365 Groups you might have noticed that you are not able the share a file or folder from the Groups Sharepoint site to external users. When you try to … Read moreShare Sharepoint files and folders from an Office365 Group

Using Microsoft Graph API with Powershell

Microsoft Graph API gives you the ability to interact with the continually evolving Azure services through a single endpoint: https://graph.microsoft.com. We are going to connect to Graph with Powershell, OAuth 2.0 and REST. Registering your App To interact with Graph we need to register our … Read moreUsing Microsoft Graph API with Powershell

Enabling in-place archive for all users with PowerShell

The In-Place Archive that you get with Exchange Online, provides your users with additional storage space. With PowerShell we can enable the archive mailboxes quickly for all users. Connect to Exchange Online First we need to connect to Exchange Online, you can use this connector script or run … Read moreEnabling in-place archive for all users with PowerShell

Setting up Single Sign On (SSO) with Azure AD Connect

With the new version of Azure AD Connect you can enable the Single Sign-On option in combination with either Password synchronization or Pass-through Authentication. When enabled with Modern Authentication for Office 2016 users only have to type their username and do not need to type … Read moreSetting up Single Sign On (SSO) with Azure AD Connect

Error 0xFFFD0000 after running Powershell Scheduled task

I use a lot of scheduled Powershell tasks to make my life as SysAdmin a bit easier. Recently one of the scripts returns error 0xFFFD0000 as the last result.  The task used to work, so I started checking the script, run it step by step … Read moreError 0xFFFD0000 after running Powershell Scheduled task