There are situations where you would like to enforce an update of the Exchange Global Address list (GAL) in Office 365. With a few steps this can easily be done!
STEP 1: First we will need to make sure that our admin account has the correct permissions. Go to the Exchange Online Admin center, and then to permissions – admin roles and click on the + sign to add a new role
We will now create a new role group. Give it the name Address List Management and assign the role Address lists, and make sure to add the administrator account as a member. Click Save when ready.
When you create a new Office 365 tenant, all user mailboxes will have the default timezone and language. In my case, I work in the Netherlands, the preference for most companies is to set the Time zone to Central European Time (GMT +1) and the language of the users default folders to Dutch.
You can either ask the users to logon to webmail using https://outlook.office.com and fill in the first time question to set the time zone and default language. But how cool would it be to do this for all your users using PowerShell?
With the Azure AD Premium P2 license you are entitled for Azure AD Identity Protection. You will get the option in Conditional Access to assign risk level based options to your policies. Azure AD Identity Protection can detect six different types of suspicious sign-in activities with 3 different levels of risks.
With the riks levels combined with conditional access policies we can protect sensitive application and data access. With this article I am going to show you how to create risk-based conditional access policies
So let’s create a Policy and get Conditional Access applied with risk levels