Understanding Office 365 Customer Lockbox

What is Office 365 Customer Lockbox? In the Office 365 service, no one at Microsoft has access to customer’s data. In the extremely rare event that there is a problem that requires Microsoft Support engineer to access your data for troubleshooting, Microsoft have a highly supervised process called LockBox comprised of elevated permissions to allow for just-in time access to fix the issue. With Office 365 Customer Lockbox feature, you have the ability to approve or deny access by a

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Microsoft Office Servers and Services MVP 2017

This month I’ve received this great email that I’ve been awarded the 2016 Microsoft MVP Award in Office Server and Services (contribution area Exchange, Skype for Business, SharePoint and Office 365). Many of you have already seen this news either on Twitter, Linkedin or Facebook but i thought to have a small post on my blog. I’m extremely honored and exited of receiving my second MVP award. I’m thankful to everyone who contributed and supported me throughout the journey without

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Connecting Exchange online PowerShell with MFA enabled Admin Account

Introduction Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) help safeguard application and data access via a range verification methods that includes phone call, text, app verification etc. Microsoft introduced MFA for Office 365 in 2014 that help administrators to secure corporate information in Office 365 by enforcing a second factor authentication. Connecting with Exchange online PowerShell with MFA enabled admin account is not supported with standard PowerShell module. It’s highly recommended to configure Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) for all users and admin accounts

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Step by Step Skype for Business Installation Part 2

Introduction In Part 1 of this step by step Skype for Business installation blog series, we have performed the Skype for Business preparation, Installed server admin tools, prepared active directory for Skype for business installation. In Step by Step skype for business installation Part 2 of this blog series, we will create network share, DNS records, prepare first skype for business server, create and publish Skype for business topology. Note: This blog series is not focused on Skype for Business

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Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 Migration

Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 Migration

Introduction In this blog series of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 migration, we have worked on Exchange 2010 to 2016 migration planning, installed Exchange 2016 server and in previous article of this blog series, we have performed post installation tasks of Exchange 2016 Server and moved our mail flow and HTTPS traffic to Exchange 2016 server. In this part of the series we will move users mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016. We will not be working on decommissioning Exchange 2010

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