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Exchange Online – Retirement of Exchange Online PowerShell v1

If you are managing Exchange Online environment, chances are you are also using Exchange Online PowerShell. As you may be aware, since 2020, there is 2 different Exchange Online PowerShell modules: v1, so called Exchange Online PowerShell v2, so called Exchange Online PowerShell v2 Well, Exchange Online PowerShell module v1 is going to be retired …

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Azure – A new PowerShell module – Az Predictor – is in preview

If you work with workloads running on Azure you probably also work with the Azure PowerShell modules. If you work with Azure PowerShell modules you also know there is a lot of commands and parameters available (about 4 000 commands and an average of 10 parameters per command). This make it difficult to always have …

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Teams – Teams PowerShell module version older than 4.x will be retired

As you know working with PowerShell modules for cloud services can be challenging as you need to keep up with the version. Well, now it is a good time to ensure you are working with the latest version of Teams PowerShell module as any version older than 4.x will be retired by June 15 2022. …

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Exchange Online – A new Exchange Online PowerShell module v2 is now available in preview

For those working with Office 365 and Exchange Online, you already know that the Exchange Online PowerShell modules have been evolving and is now existing with a ‘version 2’ (see https://t.co/EdWQQr2g8U). Well, the version 2 of Exchange Online PowerShell module is being updated again (currently available in preview) to remove the need for enabling WinRM …

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Teams – The new Teams PowerShell module 2.0 is now available

As you know, the Teams PowerShell module is helping managing Teams and Skype for Business Online. Well, the new 2.0 version is now available. With this version you no longer need to connect to both Teams and Skype for Business Online; you can just connect to both administration back-end with a single command Connect-MicrosoftTeams The …

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Exchange Online – Exchange Online PowerShell module v2 is now available on Linux and MacOS

Good news for Exchange Online administrators. If you are using a Linux of MacOS device, you can now install the ExO v2 PowerShell module on your device. MacOS versions supported are: Mojave Catalina Big Sur Linux distributions supported are: Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04 (including ARM64) Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10, 19.10 (via Snap package), 20.04, 20.10 Debian …

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Azure – A new PowerShell module is available to manage Azure Sentinel

You may now know Azure Sentinel, the cloud native SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) solution from Microsoft. Well, if you are using and managing Azure Sentinel you will be happy to know that a PowerShell module is now available to manage Azure Sentinel, in addition of the Azure portal. Before you deploy this module, …

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Azure – Migrate your AzureRM scripts to Az PowerShell

As you know, you have multiple ways to manage your Azure environment; through the portal (https://portal.azure.com), Cloud Shell (https://shell.azure.com/), Azure Cli, PowerShell modules… Talking about the PowerShell module, you are probably aware that the AzureRM PowerShell modules are outdated (but still supported – for now) and have been replaced by the Az PowerShell modules. That …

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Teams – The Skype for Business PowerShell is no longer required

As an Office 365/Teams administrator, you know you need both the Skype for Business Online and Teams PowerShell modules. Well, good news this is no longer the case as the Skype for Business Online commands have been merged with the Teams PowerShell module (with the version 1.1.6) You can install the Teams PowerShell module using …

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Exchange Online – New version of the Exchange Online PowerShell (aka v2) is now available

As you know, managing Exchange and Exchange Online can be done from either the Exchange Administration Center (EAC) or with PowerShell modules. In the case of Exchange Online PowerSHell module, there has been already 2 major version; the first one with the initial release of Exchange Online years ago (which did not supported MFA) and …

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