As an Office 365 administrator, you can use PowerShell to automate many common tasks and manage your tenant more efficiently. Here are some common daily tasks that can be performed using Office 365 PowerShell:
- User management: You can use PowerShell to create, update, and delete users, as well as assign licenses, manage passwords, and set up multi-factor authentication.
- Mailbox management: You can use PowerShell to manage Exchange Online mailboxes, such as creating and configuring mailboxes, setting mailbox permissions, and managing mailbox size.
- Group management: You can use PowerShell to manage Office 365 groups, such as creating and managing distribution lists, managing group memberships, and setting up group policies.
- Reporting: You can use PowerShell to run reports on usage and activity in your Office 365 tenant, such as mailbox size reports, user activity reports, and license usage reports.
- Compliance: You can use PowerShell to manage compliance features in Office 365, such as retention policies, eDiscovery searches, and data loss prevention.
- Service management: You can use PowerShell to manage and configure Office 365 services, such as Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Skype for Business Online.
By using PowerShell to automate these common tasks, you can save time and ensure consistency in your Office 365 environment.