Report Old Guest Accounts and Their Membership of Office 365 Groups

Office 365 applications create lots of Azure Active Directory guest accounts. Here’s how to find old accounts and check their Office 365 group membership. If you know the accounts that are old and stale and aren’t members of any Office 365 group, you can consider removing them from your tenant.

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Finding Azure Active Directory with Admin Roles Not Protected with MFA

Microsoft makes a strong case that all Azure Active Directory accounts should be protected with multi-factor authentication (MFA). That’s a great aspiration, but the immediate priority is to check accounts holding admin roles. This post explains how to use a PowerShell script to find and report those accounts.

Creating a Dynamic Office 365 Group for Global Administrators

A reader asks if it’s possible to create a dynamic Office 365 group for global administrators. Well, it is and it isn’t. Azure Active Directory doesn’t give us the ability to execute the right kind of query to find global administrators, but with some out-of-the-box thinking, we can find a way to accomplish the task.

Office 365 Groups Naming Policy Now Configurable in Azure Active Directory Portal

The Groups section of the Azure Active Directory portal now includes a preview of a feature to configure the Office 365 Groups naming policy without going near PowerShell. Although those proficient with scripts and GUIDs will lament this sad reduction in standards, the normal administrator will welcome the chance to forget some obscure syntax.