If a Global Admin wants to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to connect to Exchange Online PowerShell, you can’t use the instructions at Connect to Exchange Online PowerShell. MFA requires you to install the Exchange Online Remote PowerShell Module, and use the Connect-EXOPSSession cmdlet to connect. From a long time, an Office 365 Global Admin’s favorite
Why do we use MFA? If by any chance a corporate user’s credentials are compromised, login to his account will become impossible until that user approves it from his phone. Hence Microsoft recommends that it should be used in the corporate world for enhanced security. It safeguards corporate data & applications. Short Steps (takes a
Contd… from the previous blog “Why only 5% users fully secure their Gmail Account?“. It’s important to secure Emails & cloud storage in today’s world. Microsoft offers three ways to set up two-step verification (MFA). You can use a secondary email address, phone number or you can also opt to configure an authenticator app. Once
Part 1: Recently, close to 300 million online accounts were compromised. 24+ million of those accounts were Gmail, spreading a mass epidemic of fear among internet users everywhere. In today’s world where most of the important stuff is kept safe on the cloud storage (emails, documents, pictures in google drive). What all can you do
Microsoft is working on the milestone project named Natick. It’s a research project to build an underwater datacenter. Microsoft is looking forward to various benefits that a deployable undersea datacenter could provide to cloud users all over the world. I hope Microsoft would get success in such projects and will serve the whole world in
Microsoft Exchange is the most popular E-Mail Messaging Server that runs on Microsoft Servers. It enables an organization to configure and host email and collaboration services with their own domain (e.g., xyz.com i.e., [email protected]). It is installed on a Windows Server Platform and provides the server-side services and features. Microsoft Outlook is the client used by an end-user on a domain-joined machine or workstation that takes services from Exchange Server.
Labels & Retention Policies are quite similar. Let’s find out the main difference between them. a) Labels: In Labels, the retention period starts from that date from which the label was applied to the document. Retention Policy (in itself) says to delete content after a certain period, however, while creating Labels (using Retention Policy) provides an additional option Trigger the
Hello Friends, This is my first post. I will share my hands on experience working with Microsoft Exchange On-Premise Server professionally. I will try to post as many issues I encounter in day to day life for your help. I only need your Comments & Suggestions for improving my posts. Thanks a ton for reading