February 25, 2019
Once in a while you may get an E-mail notification from SharePoint that a user has nearly reached the storage limits.
Which is set at 1 Terrbyte ?
In our case there was something weird going on… We had a user that reported a Mail Archive file (PST) of 278 Gb large ?
While the maximum size of a PST is 50 GB…
After deleting it and removing it from the Recycle Bin, the problem was solved
How to check the storage size on OneDrive4Business
Go to the storman.aspx page :
July 3, 2018
Now that we have PowerShell running on Windows 10… let’s see if we can get use it to get access to O365 Exchange Online.
First you need to load the MSOnline Windows PowerShell Modules in PowerShell Core.
This is done using these 3 Lines :
Install-Module WindowsPSModulePath -Force -Scope CurrentUser
If you don’t use the first 2 lines you will get an error. Because PS Core doesn’t have the MSOline Module available.
So we grab it from the Windows PowerShell.
let’s set the credentials
$UserCredential = Get-Credential
Next create the remote session to load the module
$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid -Credential $UserCredential -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection
Test it using some commands
For Mac see here :
For the other O365 Services see here :
April 27, 2018
When using a Powershell Script to connect to SharePoint Online I got this error…
msoidcliL.dll : System.IO.FileNotFoundException – SharePointOnlineCredentials
Update your SP client side Assemblies, which does not rely anymore on Msoidclil.dll
Once updated the error was gone