Retrieving Office 365 roadmap information with PowerShell

Here’s a small cmdlet I wrote today to pull the Office 365 roadmap information with PowerShell.


Office 365 Centralized Deployment service

Just recently Microsoft announced the general availability of the Office 365 centralized deployment service. I have tested it and it really makes deploying Office Add-ins super easy. The add-in configuration and deployment can be managed through the Office 365 portal or using PowerShell. For a quick overview watch the video “How to Deploy Office Add-ins within Your Organization”. Now since I like using PowerShell, here’s a quick example how to enable and deploy an Office Read More …

PowerShell Script – Get-MsolUserInformation

The Get-MsolUserInformation cmdlet provides an easy way to retrieve all users that are a member or guest and/or are registered in Azure Directory or Active Directory.


PowerShell Script – Get-MsolRoleMemberDetails

To get a list of all users that belong to a given role, the Microsoft Azure Active Directory module has a cmdlet Get-MsolRoleMember, however to run the cmdlet you must use the RoleObjectId parameter and provide a value.  The possible values for RoleObjectId can be retrieved by running the Get-MsolRole cmdlet. To simplify this, I wrote the Get-MsolRoleMemberDetails cmdlet.  As you can see from the below screenshot, the list of available roles is dynamically populated. Read More …

Office 365 PowerShell script to retrieve AccountSku license information

A small PowerShell script that lists all users that have the specified Office 365 AccountSkuid enabled on their account.

PowerShell Script to remove Office 365 Service Plans from a user

When assigning an Office 365 license to a user, by default several service plans are enabled. When assigning an Office 365 E3 license to a user, the following service plans are enabled by default: Azure Rights Management Office 365 Pro Plus Skype for Business Online (Plan 2) Office Online SharePoint Online (Plan 2) Exchange Online (Plan 2) From an end user perspective the user will see the following options when logging on to Office 365. Read More …

New Group Policy Settings for Office 365

On April 28th 2014 Microsoft finally released an fix for the Office 2013 SP1 Office customization tool as the version released with SP1 caused some issues with Lync 2013 and OneDrive for Business. But there’s more in this update.A few new Group Policy settings for Office 365 are included as well. Important. These new Group Policy settings only apply to Office 365 (click to run installations) and not to Office 2013 MSI based installations. The Read More …