Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell implicit remoting to manage Exchange Online users.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. This afternoon I am looking over my presentations for the PowerShell Summit in Bellevue, Washington. It will be April 28 – 30, 2014, and I am making three presentations. So I need to prepare. There will be a bunch of really cool Windows PowerShell people speaking and attending. This is the stuff that geeks dream about. The Scripting Wife will also be there. Don’t miss out.
Note This is the fourth in a series of Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog posts where I talk about using Windows PowerShell
with Office 365.
- In Getting Started with Office 365 and PowerShell, I talked about setting up a demo environment and installing the prerequisite software to enable Windows PowerShell management of the demo environment. I also walked through the installation of the management module.
- In Use PowerShell to Explore Office 365 Installation, I talked about using Windows PowerShell to explore the settings and the capabilities of my Office 365 tenant installation.
- In Use PowerShell to Manage Office 365 Users, I talk about finding unlicensed users, removing users, and modifying users.
- Today, I talk about using implicit remoting to work with Exchange Online users.