Adjust Maximum booking lead time with Powershell and Exchange Admin Center

When you’re working with Room and Equipment mailboxes, you may have noticed the Maximum booking lead time is set to 180 days by default. As a user, you will receive a notification like Your meeting request was declined. This resource can only be scheduled up to 180 days in advance. Your meeting request was declined. …

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Open URL with Microsoft Edge (shortcut and GPO forced)

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In certain circumstances you as an administrator need to force to open URL with Microsoft Edge or another specific browser. When that browser needs to be Internet Explorer or Chrome, it’s an easy job. Just call the executable and send the URL as argument. But in case you need to open the URL with Microsoft …

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Power BI Service Administrators list with Powershell – quick and easy wrap up to get going

How to list all Power BI Service Administrators in Azure with Powershell? Just a small reminder for myself (and you :) ): Someone is Power BI Service Administrator when she has one of the following roles: Power BI Service Administrator Global Administrator List¬†Power BI Service Administrators with Powershell The following command lists all members Power …

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Access files and revoke “Access Files” for OneDrive in Office 365 portal

As an administrator you may need to access someone’s OneDrive in your company. Under special circumstances. Gain access to OneDrive To gain access to those files, this should be one of the easiest ways: Go to the Office 365 portal (https://portal.office.com/adminportal), Search for the user, and click on it Scroll down to OneDrive Settings for …

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Check whether mailbox is active in Exchange 2013

A reasonably reliable method to find out whether a mailbox is used for mail-activities, is to use the MessageTrackingLog. i used the following comdlets to find out whether a mailaccount was used.¬† The cmdlets work for both Exchange 2013 and Exchange 2016 $emailaddress = “admin@itexperience.net” Get-TransportService | Get-MessageTrackingLog -Recipients $emailaddress -ResultSize unlimited # -Start (Get-Date).AddHours(-168) …

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