If you'd like to learn how to use PowerShell to manage Office 365 users and Exchange Online services, watch the experts as they walk you through it. Although the Office 365 Portal is the primary administration tool for Exchange Online, there are a number of tasks which require PowerShell to perform. In addition, PowerShell scripts provide an easy way to automate many tasks, including creating and provisioning users. Instructor | Kamal Abburi – Microsoft Premier Field Engineer; Jason Helmick - Senior Technologist, Concentrated Technology
Get the details from the experts: Before managing and configuring Office 365, understand on-premises versus cloud, implementing Exchange Online, and graphical management tools.
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