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    1. Connect To Office 365 Using PowerShell - Cloudiffic

      • 6. Change the PowerShell execution policy to RemoteSigned. 7. Connect to Office 365 by typing in Connect-MsolService. A new window will popup, enter the username and password for the global administrator account for your tenant.

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    2. Easily Connect to Office 365 with PowerShell - SuperTekBoy

      • Connect PowerShell to Office 365. After your install completes you should have an icon on your desktop named Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell.

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    3. Creating an Inbound Connector for Office 365 to Symantec Cloud IP ranges CIDR – Mohammed Wasay

      • To allow connections only from Symantec Cloud IPs within Office 365 – Exchange Online you will need to create an Inbound Connector that is restricted to Symantec.Cloud IPs (http
      • The below PowerShell script can be used if you do not want to manually enter all these IPs.

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    4. Connect to Office 365 Using PowerShell

      • Click Finish to complete the procedure. Connect to Office 365 Using PowerShell. To connect to your Office 365 subscription, you need to enter your administrative credentials. Switch to the Start menu and type powershell.

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    5. May | 2014 | Tailspintoys – 365lab.net | Setting up an Inbound Connector

      • Luckily Office 365 can help you. The solution is to set up an inbound connector in Exchange Online Protection.
      • An Inbound Connector is easily set up with just a few lines of PowerShell code.

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    6. How to handle SMTP Relay after migrating to Exchange Online | Tailspintoys – 365lab.net

      • Luckily Office 365 can help you. The solution is to set up an inbound connector in Exchange Online Protection.
      • An Inbound Connector is easily set up with just a few lines of PowerShell code. First we have to connect to Exchange Online.

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    7. Easily Connect to Exchange Online with PowerShell

      • In a previous article I explained how to connect to Office 365 with PowerShell. In this article we explore how to use PowerShell to connect to Exchange Online. We will also look at the differences if you have ADFS deployed and, how to create a script to simplify the connection process.

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    8. LazyWinAdmin: PowerShell - Handy function to connect to Office365 services

      • PowerShell Function Connect-Office365.
      • This will prompt for your credentials and connect to the Office365 services. Additionally you will see verbose messages on the screen to follow what is happening in the background .NOTES Francois-Xavier Cat lazywinadmin.com @lazywinadm #>.

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    9. Configure Force TLS in Exchange Online environment | Settings of inbound connector | Part 7#12 - o365info.com

      • The Force TLS configuration setting will be applied to the inbound connector.
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    10. IT: How to configure rerouting using PowerShell (Office 365) : Help Desk and Knowledge Base

      • How to configure rerouting for Office 365 using PowerShell. First download Xink PowerShell script and save it to the Downloads folder of the logged-on user.
      • Remove. This command removes previously created inbound/outbound connectors and transport rule from Office 365.

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