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Author: Kang Arman

Setup Office365, Exchange Public Folder

In Office 365 the Default permission has been given to all Users. So you need to remove it. 5 Steps total Step 1: Connect your PowerShell to Exchange Online $UserCredential = Get-Credential $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/ -Credential $UserCredential -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $Session -DisableNameChecking Step 2: Remove rights for group ALL Remove-PublicFolderClientPermission -Identity “\PF” -User Default Step 3: Give rights “Editor permission for the users to read and write” Add-PublicFolderClientPermission “\PF” -User Default -AccessRights Editor Step 4: Confirm rights for public folder Get-PublicFolderClientPermission -Identity “\PF” Step 5: Disconnect from Exchange PS online Remove-PSSession $Session References Public folder permission example Connect to exchange PS...

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Now You Can Fix The Problem ‘Outlook does not close’

Summary: When you’ve worked with an application for years, you start becoming dependent on it. Then, when it starts throwing unexpected errors, everything seems unsettling. Something similar happens when users start facing small yet troubling errors with MS Outlook like, for instance, Outlook does not close. Why errors like this occur and what a user should do in such situations is the focus of this article. While using Microsoft Outlook, you might have come across numerous kinds of errors which prohibit you from accessing it completely. And one of the most encountered errors is ‘Outlook is not closing’, even after clicking the exit button multiple times. The error doesn’t seem to budge even after you’re trying to go to the ‘File’ option and then clicking on ‘Exit’. In such a case, the first thing that you need to know is the reason why this is happening. 6 Steps total Step 1: Reasons for ‘Outlook does not close’ issue It can happen due to different reasons. Here are some: • The primary cause is third-party add-ins and plug-ins installed in Outlook. • Outlook is still running in Task manager with the name Outlook.exe • It might be caused by programs that are integrated or connected to Outlook. Some of these might be Skype, anti-virus scanners and synchronization software like iTunes and ActiveSync. • In some cases, the sidebar gadgets of...

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Change the Windows User Password via Command Line

Untuk melakukan perubahan password, bisa dikatakan cukup banyak sekali cara yang dapat digunakan oleh, namun dari sekian cara, ada cara yang sangat praktis dan mudah sekali dilakukan, Hanya 2 langkah yang dibutuhkan; Step 1: Run CMD as Administrator net user USERNAME NEWPASS Step 2: Example Jika kamu ingin merubah password pastikan sebelumnya user yang kamu gunakan memiliki akses administrator ya, Ok setelah user yang digunakan adalah user dengan akses administrator, dengan ketikkan command useryangdigunakan P@ssw0rd007 misalkan kangarman P@ssword007 Dan cara ini bisa juga untuk user lainnya, Oke selamat mencoba have a great...

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Sharepoint Online – Maximum number of subsites within single site collection

According to our project requirements, We need to create more than 2000 subsites under single site collection in SharePoint online (Office 365). MSDN article says that you can create Up to 2,000 subsites per site collection.https://support.office.com/en-us/article/SharePoint-Online-software-boundaries-and-limits-8f34ff47-b749-408b-abc0-b605e1f6d498 While this article says that you can create Up to 100,000 subsites per site collection.http://geekswithblogs.net/ThorvaldBoe/archive/2015/12/18/finding-the-maximum-number-of-sub-sites-in-sharepoint-online.aspx   I think 2000 subsite per site collection is just a threshold value. There will be impact on performance if your subsite count is more than 2000. Thats why Microsoft recommends upto 2000 subsites per site collection. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/SharePoint-Online-software-boundaries-and-limits-8f34ff47-b749-408b-abc0-b605e1f6d498   I tried contacting Microsoft for the same requirement but I found this question is already answered by Microsoft support team. The reply from Microsoft Team was like Currently, the sub site limit is 2,000 for Office 365 subscriptions. We can see the limit here: SharePoint Online software boundaries and limits. For any changes, we will update the News in our Office 365 roadmap. You can find this thread here. Now the actual point. The article which says that the sub site limit is 100,000 is written on Sep 17,2014 and they say that Microsoft has increased the limit in last 6 month while the Microsoft says its still 2000 on November 20,2015. So we can’t say anything until we personally don’t try. The procedure used in this can be used to try and find actual limit. The variation may be due to subscription plan or available storage.   There...

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How to export Office 365 mailboxes to PST using eDiscovery

In this article, I am going to show you how to export Office 365 mailboxes to PST files using an Office 365’s native in-place eDiscovery mechanism as a workaround. The reason why you may need to use it is that Microsoft doesn’t provide any tools dedicated specifically for this purpose (like the New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet in on-premises Exchange). In fact, if you want to export mailboxes to PST files to e.g. add a layer of extra protection to your Office 365 data or migrate away from Office 365, the eDiscovery mechanism is your only option, other than opening the mailboxes in...

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