In order to use the Office 365 services, such as Exchange Online and Skype for Business, with your own domain you need to add it to Office 365. This is done by creating DNS records for your domain and verifying them in Office 365. The process is quite easy and well explained in Office 365, but if you feel like you need some more guidance – check out this post.
In this post I will explain how to establish a connection to Exchange Online, Skype for Business Online and SharePoint Online in PowerShell. It’s pretty straight forward but you need to have the right pre-requisites installed.
Have you encountered an error message saying “File cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system” when trying to run a PowerShell script? Here’s how to fix it.
PowerShell is something you will need to get familiar with in order to be an efficient Office 365 administrator. In fact some tasks can only be done through PowerShell and a lot of bulk tasks are just a pain in the ass to do manually. This post will guide you through the installation of the prerequisites and how to connect to the Office 365 tenant.