Topics include Exchange Migrations, APIs, PrintNightmare and more…
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux.
by Damian Scoles on 6th July
In the first part of this series, Migrating Mailboxes to Exchange Online with PowerShell – Part 1, we covered how to prepare for a mailbox migration, which included a series of preflight checks for mailbox moves. Now we move on to the PowerShell code for moving mailboxes from Exchange Server to Exchange Online. We will walk through the various Move Request cmdlets and how we can use these to perform our main migration tasks. On to the code!
by Josh Duffney on 6th July
In this blog post, you’ll learn how to add credential parameters to PowerShell functions.
by Francois LEON on 7th July
cross platforms Powershell module to help you to create websites, schedulers API and more…
by Tony Redmond on 8th July
Microsoft 365 Groups created for new teams were hidden from Exchange clients (like OWA) and Exchange address lists (like the GAL). This was accomplished by setting the HiddenFromExchangeClientsEnabled and HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled properties of the groups to False using PowerShell.
Redditor shares his extension called Blockman, check it out as it is a great way to help organize your code blocks.
Andi Li shares some information on the Printer Nightmare Vulnerability along with a temporary fix using PowerShell.