Powershell Enable Login Exchange
Exchange Server PowerShell (Exchange Management Shell) 10/30/2019; 4 minutes to read; In this article. The Exchange Management Shell is built on Windows PowerShell technology and provides a powerful command-line interface that enables the automation of Exchange administration tasks.
Exchange Online PowerShell enables you to manage your Exchange Online organization from the command line. By default, all accounts you create in Office 365 are allowed to use Exchange Online PowerShell. Administrators can use Exchange Online PowerShell to enable or disable a user's ability to connect to Exchange Online PowerShell.
You can Enable an AD Account by using the Active Directory powershell cmdlet Enable-ADAccount. The Enable-ADAccount cmdlet enables an Active Directory user, computer, or service account. The Identity parameter specifies the Active Directory user, computer service account, or other service account which you want to enable.
Move or Copy the PowerShell script into this folder. Start PowerShell using Run as Administrator. Type EXO and press Enter. Login and wait for the session to load. Type or paste the cmdlets you need to use.
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 in Office 365.
Manage Mailbox Audit using PowerShell Office 365 5 / 5 (7) 17 min read. Using the information stored in the Exchange Audit log will enable us to see what are the exact actions that performed when the above actions are carried out and by whom.