PowerShell: Connect to the Security & Compliance Center

I had to recently do some eDiscovery work in the Security and Compliance Center (I'll post about that next, there was some cool PowerShell in there too 🙂 ), and as I often do, I turn to PowerShell to automate the process - or at least make it easier for me to do more things … Continue reading PowerShell: Connect to the Security & Compliance Center

PowerShell: Reset WAP Configuration

I was working on a project where we were both upgrading ADFS and migrating it from Azure to AWS - it was way more difficult than it should have been, and ADFS sure did not play nicely on AWS. Maybe it's gotten better now, but it was overall quite the headache - the WAP servers … Continue reading PowerShell: Reset WAP Configuration

Prevent users from creating OneDrive sites

Something I run into quite frequently on projects is the need (or desire) to control the rollout of OneDrive - I've had to come up with creative ways to block OneDrive access multiple times over the years. However, this time around, we don't want to block access to OneDrive completely - we just want to … Continue reading Prevent users from creating OneDrive sites

CASL Blacklist – Transport Rule Management

One of the things I love about my job is working with really smart people, and my good buddy Chris Rockwell is no exception! We were working on a project together and needed to come up with a way to blacklist outgoing email in order to keep up with Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) compliance. Basically, … Continue reading CASL Blacklist – Transport Rule Management

Thunderbird to Office 365 Migration

Every now and again I come across some oddball migration scenarios that require some out-of-the-box thinking. It's been a long time since I had to do a POP3 migration, but I ended up finding myself needing to come up with a solution to migrate a small number of users (around 50) who currently used Thunderbird, … Continue reading Thunderbird to Office 365 Migration

Outlook Autodiscover Weirdness

Office 365 Autodiscover to… Gmail?? I ran into an issue recently while performing a G Suite to Office 365 migration where my Outlook 2016 clients would begin to Autodiscover as normal, but rather than redirecting to Office 365 as I expected, they would actually present me with a Gmail IMAP login prompt. The oddest part … Continue reading Outlook Autodiscover Weirdness