Connect to Exchange Online with PowerShell (MFA Support)

In this guide, you will learn how to connect to exchange online with PowerShell. These steps will work MFA or non enable MFA accounts. I will also show you some useful commands for getting mailbox details and reports. Let’s jump right in. Step 1: Install Exchange Online PowerShell Module To manage exchange online with PowerShell … Read more

How To List Installed PowerShell Modules

Do you need to get all installed PowerShell Modules? No problem. You can easily find all installed modules using the Get-Module cmdlet. Let’s check out some examples. List all installed PowerShell modules on your computer The below command will list all installed modules. This does not mean they are loaded into your PowerShell session but … Read more

Check Office 365 Mailbox Size

Find office 365 mailbox size

Do you need to check the mailbox size in office 365? In this guide, I’ll show you two methods to find the office 365 mailbox size. Method 1: Find Office 365 Mailbox Size Using PowerShell You need to have the Exchange Online PowerShell V2 Module installed. You can install this module with the command below. … Read more

Easily Find Local Administrators on all Computers

In this article, I’ll show you how to get the local administrators on all computers in your network. Users that have local administrator rights give have full control over the local computer. Administrator accounts are what attackers search for. This allows them to have full control of the computer, install malicious software and seek to … Read more

How to Find Inactive User Accounts in Active Directory

How to find inactive user accounts in active directory

Did you know inactive user accounts can lead to major security risks? Center for Internet Security says “it is easier for a threat actor to gain unauthorized access through valid user credentials than through hacking accounts”. This is just one reason why you should be searching Active Directory for inactive user accounts and disabling them … Read more